A Pinhole Camera Made of Recycled Materials Takes a DIY Approach to Vintage Photography

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A Pinhole Camera Made of Recycled Materials Takes a DIY Approach to Vintage Photography




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#pinhole camera

August 31, 2022

Grace Ebert

All images © Jollylook, shared with permission

A vintage-inspired design from the team at the Ukrainian company Jollylook is combining the immediate joy of instant cameras with handcrafted charm. Slightly larger than an iPhone box, the Jollylook Pinhole is a DIY model constructed with recycled and biodegradable wood. The analog design uses Fuji Instax film and is equipped with a small crank for quick development. A pinhole feature and accordion-like bellows emphasize the retro feel.

Previously based in Irpin, Ukraine, the Jollylook team relocated to Zvolen, Slovakia, during the first days of Russia’s invasion. The company is in the process of rebuilding and is crowdfunding this latest project on Kickstarter. Although it already met its goal, there’s just a week left to snag some of the rewards. Shop additional models on the company’s site.

 

#DIY
#pinhole camera

 

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