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A few years ago, Wallpaper remixed “Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell” to give us the ultimate party jam. Now Polaroid’s combined point & shoot size with instant print magic to create the ultimate party camera.
What we’ve got here is the Polaroid Z2300, a digital camera that makes sticky-backed instant prints at the push of a button.
The Polaroid Z2300 is the smallest digital camera we’ve seen that delivers instant prints. It uses Premium ZINK paper that can’t be accidentally exposed, costs less per shot than Polaroid film and has a peel-off sticky back . Print your favorite shots and save everything directly to the camera or your SD card.
Customize your 10-megapixel images: crop, add borders, or use the color filters for some serious par-tay. The Z2300 takes video too! All this comes in a sleek package the size of a point & shoot complete with the iconic Polaroid rainbow.
This tripod-mountable marvel is small enough to bring with you anywhere: wear it around your neck or toss it your tote bag and your party prep is complete. Just met a camera-loving cutie? Leave a photo to remember you by, and keep a digital one for yourself. Hide a LOL-worthy sticker in an unexpected place. Bring it with you to the dance floor to capture the ultimate party video.
The next time you’re reviewing your party photos mid-shindig and someone says “That would make a great print,” you can tell them “Just wait about thirty seconds.”
Last week, AM attended the much anticipated opening of Futura’s show presented in conjunction withValmorbida. Held at a sizable Meat Packing district cargo hold, the pop-up exhibition was the perfect location for one of the kings of the street to make a triumphant return to New York City. Boldly kicking off the art season and fashion week, the graffiti legend held nothing back as he presented a showing that was a true tour de force. As previewed in our exclusive behind the scenes look at the exhibition set-up, Futura took the audience on a surreal journey through four decades of urban artistry. From past styles to current techniques, this body of work entitledFuture-Shock cohesively binds together a continuing legacy for one Leonard McGurr.
Flickr photographer Patrícia Almeida recently shot these great photos of a wonderfully whimsical umbrella installation using her iPhone and camera. Like something out of a fairy tale, the umbrellas look almost like they’re magically floating in mid-air. As she writes, “In July in Águeda (a Portuguese town) some streets are decorated with colorful umbrellas. I felt like a kid, amazed by all that color!” Love this kind of outdoor art. (Bonus points that it provides nice shade for those strolling along the street!)
Perhaps the filter on these photos by Patrícia Almeida make these even more eye-catching, but we are showing you this because we think its a great idea for a public art project. In the town of Águeda, Portugal, colorful umbrellas are hung over promenades, giving your walk an interesting hue and something quite lovely to gaze up at. And look at how cool the shadow effect is on the ground!