No. 1044

Impossible Silver Shade Tour Launches at Coachella with Flaunt Magazine!

Lucile Le Doze, | Apr 23, 12:06 PM

Coachella girls enjoying the party in Silver Schade

Our Impossible Silver Shade Tour kicked off during the late night bash at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival hosted by Flaunt Magazine. The 1960’s custom­-designed vintage Airstream nicknamed Silver Shade, housed our photo booth and hundreds of beautiful people during the party.

In partnership with Flaunt Magazine, we had shared the Impossible mantra across the party as everyone who attended kept their images. Singer Kelis was barbecuing for everyone with her company Feast just in time for her new album Food, many cleansed their souls in the Baptismal pool, and we had special guests including Balthazar Getty, and rapper KO The Legend all in the Silver Shade photo booth.

The tour is in full swing and currently in Los Angeles. Our next stops include to Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Lollapalooza – Chicago, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, completing its journey at New York’s Photo Plus Expo 2014.

Check out images from the party! Follow the Silver Shade Tour on our website and on Twitter @ImpossibleTour.
More info on the event with Flaunt and photos here.

No. 1040

Impossible Hearts NYC Party

Lucile Le Doze, | Apr 19, 12:00 PM

Photo By Nick McManus

Impossible is embarking on a new retail strategy, opening several smaller, higher-profile stores around the world (including NYC) over the next 2 years. However, this means that the current NYC Space store closed on the 31st of March 2014.

To celebrate the last 4 years at this hub of all things Impossible, we hosted a huge party! Impossible NYC alum, Jon Campolo (aka JNCO JEANS) DJ’ed. We also provided snacks, beer from Brooklyn Brewery, a DANCE CONTEST, free photo booths, prizes, amazing deals, giveaways and SWAG.

In addition to celebrating the space itself, we celebrated the closing of our last exhibition in the space, Portroids by Rick DeMint. For more than 10 years, DeMint has been taking portroids (autographed Polaroid portraits) of friends, family, and notable people from the worlds of television, film, comedy, sports, politics, music, literature, dance, and theater.

Currently the space on 425 Broadway, 5th FL, New York, NY 10013, remains open as Impossible’s premiere repair/rental house and 8×10 portrait studio available by appointment.

Check out images from the party!

No. 1034


Lucile Le Doze, | Apr 11, 04:47 PM

Impossible has announced a tour across the US this summer doing demos and workshops in a custom­-designed vintage 1960’s Airstream nicknamed Silver Shade.

In partnership with Flaunt Magazine, Impossible will be launching its’ Silver Shade Tour today at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. From there, the Silver Shade Tour will be hitting the road to give analog enthusiasts across the country the chance to experience the Instant Lab camera as well as the creative techniques and films.

During the Flaunt Magazine event, the Impossible Airstream will be a hub of creative Impossible activity, with revelers being invited to sacrifice themselves to the ‘Chamber of Souls’: adding their Impossible portrait – and with it their soul ­to a real­time instant photography exhibition.

If you happen to be attending Coachella this year, you will have the chance to discover the newest generation of Impossible film including the innovative Impossible Gold, Silver, Black and Color Frame film, plus demo the Impossible Instant Lab firsthand.

Following Coachella, the Silver Shade Tour will continue on to Orange County, Pasadena, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Lollapalooza – Chicago, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, completing its journey at New York’s Photo Plus Expo 2014.

Follow the Silver Shade Tour on our website and on Twitter @ImpossibleTour.
More info on the event with Flaunt here.

No. 837

Rommel Pecson's Pictorialist Journey Through New York

Simon Byrne, | Jul 8, 04:53 PM

JUL 25 - SEP 20, 2013
Impossible Project Space New York
425 Broadway
5th Floor
New York
NY 10013

From July 25th, the Impossible Project Space New York will be host to a special solo exhibition from photographer Rommel Pecson. “New York: A Pictorialist Journey” is a year-long project in which Pecson captures the city that never sleeps exclusively with Polaroid cameras and analog instant film.

Shot entirely with Impossible Silver Shade Black and White instant film the exhibition sees Pecson embracing the past and attempting to return some of what’s been lost through the city’s rapid transformation. Carefully selected certain scenes and buildings, as well as deliberately shooting from particular angles, his timeless photographs present a nostalgic portrait of New York.

For several years Rommel has worked as a freelance photojournalist in and around New York, as well as in California. His editorial images have appeared in Time, U.S. News, World Report, the Village Voice and other publications in the States and abroad. After working for many years with digital photography, he has returned to analog photography – specifically shooting with instant and large format films.

The opening will take place on July 25th

Visit Rommel’s Website
Click here for more information

No. 816

Impossible NYC Summer Workshops

Michelle Casper, | May 31, 12:10 AM

Michelle Casper

Over the next few months, we have a great lineup of Impossible workshops at the NYC Space that are sure to keep your summer cool.

Start off by learning the basics at our 600 Workshop on June 16th. This class will teach you about our most popular camera model, and make sure you are ready to capture all of your summer memories on Impossible film.

Bring the special kid in your life to our Children’s Workshop on July 20th. This workshop is designed especially to teach the basics to our younger fans, while also giving them some fun techniques to take their creativity to a new level.

Whether you have already mastered the emulsion lift and transparency, or you are new to manipulation techniques, our Manipulations 2 Workshop on August 11th is a great way to expand your instant repertoire.

Private Workshops
Are you looking to go a step further with your Impossible shooting? Do you have a longtime question that you would like an answer to? Sign up for a one-on-one workshop with an expert member of the Impossible team. Tailored to your specific needs, we can go over the basics or talk about more advanced techniques. Whatever knowledge your instant analog heart desires, we can supply! You will have our full attention for sixty minutes, where we can stay in the space or take a walk and shoot on the scenic streets of SoHo. Let us help you get the most out of your camera and Impossible film. Private workshops are $60 for one hour and include one pack of film of your choosing.