The Disposable Diaries by Gordon Armstrong is a Film Photo Journal

By: Rebecca Byers - Published: Jan 29, 2012 • References: disposablediaries & leisureonly
The Disposable Diaries by Gordon Armstrong is a project he created with an aim to document a year in photographs using only disposable cameras. Armstrong carried around a disposable camera at all times for one year, taking at least one photo every day. The book, which is volume one, is an eclectic collection of moments over the year, which possess a grungy charm.

The Disposable Diaries by Gordon Armstrong is a compulsively captivating result of a simple idea, and includes 1,468 photos taken in four countries on 56 disposable cameras (with only one camera lost) and over 20 Domino's pizzas consumed. From party photos to shots of delicious carbohydrates, Armstrong's book is worth a look.

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