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Polanoid Pararoid
Polanoid Pararoid
If you're crazy for those instant pictures, get yourself a paranoid t-shirt! The joke between Polaroid and paranoid is quite easy and has been done before. The first evidence for the record was a belgian pop band in the eighties whose name was Paranoid Polaroids. Too bad, they changed the name to Laroids after the first single. Six crazy colors available, in various sizes. Shake it, babe, shake it.
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FILM’S NOT DEAD
FILM’S NOT DEAD
This t-shirt is a tribute to the famous "Punk's Not Dead" first record by The Exploited. Those graphic and words went iconic in a moment when punk music was in its steady and unstoppable decline. m55oieS6XA-1nzSCJE_SWSA Fortunately, punk is still not dead. And the same thing must be said about film photography: with the advent of digital everybody was like "film photography will eventually disappear". As we all know, film is not going away anytime soon. This t-shirt is dedicated to those who still shoot film, and are not willing to stop.
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Rock’n’Rollei
Rock’n’Rollei
This t-shirt is for all the Rolleiflex fans out there. The graphic represents the famous Rolleiflex 2,8F, one of the most legendary TLR cameras in the history of photography. This camera was used by masters of photography like Richard Avedon, Robert Doisneau, Diane Arbus, Imogen Cunningham, Alfred Eisenstadt, Cecil Beaton, Vivian Maier, and also loved by amateurs like Paul McCartney, James Dean, Marilyn Monroe :) The Rolleiflex TLR film cameras were notable for their exceptional build quality, compact size, modest weight, superior optics, durable, simple, reliable mechanics and bright viewfinders. They were popular and widely imitated. The high-quality 8 cm focal length lenses, manufactured by Zeiss and Schneider, allowed for a smaller, lighter, more compact camera than their imitators. (via Wikipedia) The graphic design was made by sketching and tracing and and the making the lineout of the metal parts of the front elements of the camera: the two lens, levers, setting knobs, self timer button. The outcome is a geometric and abstract design that will trigger other’s curiosity.
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Lensflex
Lensflex
This t-shirt is for all the Rolleiflex fans out there. The graphic represents the two lens layout that is on the famous Rolleiflex 2,8F, one of the most legendary TLR cameras in the history of photography. This camera was used by masters of photography like Richard Avedon, Robert Doisneau, Diane Arbus, Imogen Cunningham, Alfred Eisenstadt, Cecil Beaton, Vivian Maier, and also loved by amateurs like Paul McCartney, James Dean, Marilyn Monroe :) The Rolleiflex TLR film cameras were notable for their exceptional build quality, compact size, modest weight, superior optics, durable, simple, reliable mechanics and bright viewfinders. They were popular and widely imitated. The high-quality 8 cm focal length lenses, manufactured by Zeiss and Schneider, allowed for a smaller, lighter, more compact camera than their imitators. (via Wikipedia) The graphic design was made by sketching and tracing and and the making the lineout of the metal parts of the front elements of the camera: the two lens, levers, setting knobs, self timer button. The outcome is a geometric and abstract design that will trigger other's curiosity.
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in film we trust
in film we trust
In Film We Trust mocks the words written on the us dollar "in god we trust", and mimics the massonic/christian iconography of the 'eye in the triangle' and the pyramid. The text in the ribbon is also a reference to the famous words by photographer Jilles Peress: "I don't trust words, I trust pictures". This graphic has many references to the film photography pantheon all mixed up:
  1. The eye has a six-blades diaphragm in place of the pupil
  2. The icons in the vertices of the triangle are the Lomo's focus area icons found in the LC-A, in the Smena Symbol and Smena 8M
  3. The numbers in the circles are the corresponding focus distances in meters
  4. The text SYMÉTRIQUE is from a very rare and mysterius lens produced in France, the A.F.R. Anastigmat Symétrique 11cm f/6.8
  5. The lens' design at the bottom is the 1896 version layout of the Carl Zeiss Planar f/4.5
Show your love for vintage film photography! This graphic has it all!
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