The Pinhole Hasselblad by Kelly Angood Can Actually Take Photographs

By: Francis Tiangson - Published: • References: kellyangood & gizmo.do
The Pinhole Hasselblad is a cardboard camera designed by Kelly Angood. What's so intriguing about this cardboard creation isn't just the fantastic retro detailing, it's also the fact that it can take actual photographs on 120mm film.

If you want to create your very own Pinhole Hasselblad, a screen printed corrugated cardboard set comes complete with hand processed pinhole prints and a book to take you through the building process. Kelly Angood is releasing a downloadable print out version that will function with 35mm film.

The Pinhole Hasselblad is definitely one of the coolest functioning cardboard crafts to ever come about. It looks completely rad and the images that are produced have a wonderfully distinct characteristics that make for really creative photographs. Stats for Vintage Cardboard Cameras Trending: Older & Warm
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