The five men above, in addition to seven others, have taken on the daunting task of producting instant film for use in Polaroid cameras as The Impossible Project. Many cameras have been sitting dormant since the instant camera giant ceased production of their film in June of last year. The mission of this brave group is “NOT to re-build Polaroid Integral film but (with the help of strategic partners) to develop a new product with new characteristics, consisting of new optimised components, produced with a streamlined modern setup.”  A noble pursuit.  View photos of the factory in the Netherlands (also above) and learn more about the project here.