the disposable memory project

the disposable memory project are leaving disposable cameras around the world, people are picking...


the disposable memory project are leaving disposable cameras around the world, people are picking them up, taking a few photos and passing them on, eventually returning home.

How fun would it be to find one?!

(found via Sara of tattie & co)

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32 comments

  1. agree with you. that's a brilliant idea. it's like passing everyone's own experience on and the camera is a tool for connecting all travellers. I wish i can part of it too. :)

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  2. I like those chairs in the third one. Dusty road-side cafe chic.

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  3. That would be so sweet to find one! I love disposable cameras!

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  4. i always thought www.lostphotos.com would be a nice idea

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  5. haha!! how creative and fun it must be!! ! i love ppl who come up with these ideas!

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  6. i agree, that sounds so fun! what a cool idea

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  7. How cool! I checked the map, and there are none close to me...ah well, it's still enjoyable to see the photos sent in. ;)

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  8. What a fantastic idea! Your blog is really wonderful by the way ^_^

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  9. i just discovered your blog a minute ago.
    i'm so in love with your pictures. beautiful.

    just the best from berlin, anne.

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  10. Hi there!
    Justed wanted to let you know that I tagged you on my blog :D

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  11. fun and WAH that's never going to happen to me!

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  12. xD I haven't found one yet!

    I'll definitely tell you if I do though xD ^___^

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  13. you have an excellent blog. i found u through mister twelve that you follow. good shit!!

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  14. How do you discover these fabulous art projects? Love it.

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  15. i've always wanted to start a disposable camera project but never got around to it, this sounds like a wonderful idea!

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  16. They had a similar thing at the Smirnoff Secret Party last year. We ended up getting our hands on one after a few people had had it before and finished off the roll, but we forgot to give it back, I still haven't developed it, mainly because I'm slightly worried what kind of pics are on there!

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  17. ummm ooohhh my goodness i love that first picture! And that sounds so fun. I wanna find one =]

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  18. hey - thanks for the link to our project. to the people who commented and don't have a camera in your area, you can create your own cameras and register them with the project. we have cameras in over 30 countries at the moment, trying to get one in every country in the world! :)

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  19. this sounds like a great idea! ive heard of people doing this with journals for a documentary theyre making..

    -kevin of basquiatthinksimcool.blogspot.com

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  20. That is a really cool experiment. I'd be interested to see how the pictures come out.

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  21. neat! Should start one up in townsville :)

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  22. This is such a sweet idea. I would love to stumble upon one of these...

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  23. these are so great!! you picked good ones (:

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  24. this is one amazing idea!
    i agree it would be amazing to stumble across one of these cameras
    but i'd rather look at everyone elses beautiful pictures
    xxxx

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  25. Wow I love things like this! I would love to find one... but wow... what would I take pictures of?!
    Those photos are beautiful.

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  26. I would love to find one. It's amazing how inspiring a cheap little camera can be.

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  27. What a cool project! I see there's a camera released in my city, I would love to find it!

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  28. great photos!
    love the third one.

    http://www.ineedaguide.blogspot.com

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  29. I came across the interview project today. It reminded me of this post.

    Have a look http://sweettypea101.blogspot.com/2009/06/recording-travel.html

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  30. a very cool project indeed! i think i found out about this from sophie takes pictures last time. i wish i find one of them! or maybe i should start one?

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