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The Impossible Project is a company that manufactures instant photographic materials.The Impossible Project was started in 2008 after Polaroid announced in February 2008 that it would stop producing instant film for Polaroid cameras.[1] The founders are Dr. Florian Kaps, André Bosman and Marwan Saba. In June 2008, Kaps and Bosman met at the Polaroid factory’s closing event and decided to found a company to produce materials for Polaroid cameras. In October 2008, Impossible bought the production machinery from Polaroid and leased a building, called Building Noord, which was formerly part of the Polaroid plant in EnschedeThe Netherlands. The company has offices in Vienna and New York. It leased the Polaroid production plant and developed new instant film products for use in existing Polaroid cameras. In 2010, the company began producing several types of instant film[2]
In January 2012, the company announced that it and Polaroid would launch a range of collectible products, called The Polaroid Classic range, that originate from different periods of Polaroid's history. Between six and ten products will be released each year.

The Impossible Integral Films

Impossible manufactures fresh instant film materials for traditional Polaroid cameras at the original production plant in Enschede (NL). Keeping variety, tangibility and creativity alive, Impossible prevents more than 300 million perfectly functioning cameras from becoming obsolete and thus changes the world of photography.

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