From the Pont de l’Archevêché in Paris to the Rialto in Venice, there is hardly a famous bridge that hasn’t been claimed by couples eager to profess their love to the world. An old railway bridge in Cologne is no different.
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“We want to rediscover the magic of the instant camera.” Florian Kaps, founder of the Impossible Project Florian was upset we’d started serving the guests before his speech. He ran back into the kitchen, his face a little red and flustered, saying, “No, no, no. If they eat now, they will leave. They will not [...]
There was a small handwritten sign on the door of the Kölnischer Kunstverein. (Apparently, that’s German for the Art Association of Cologne–but not that I would know.) “Dear Impossible Volunteers!” it read, “Please ring the bell!” I was reassured to know they were expecting us. Someone came to let me and another volunteer in. We [...]
“Don’t undertake a project unless it is manifestly important and nearly impossible.” – Edwin Land, inventor of the Polaroid. “What is it you love about Polaroids so much?” a good friend asked me one night. I gave the question a minute to sink in. “I’ve always preferred film photography,” I told him, even after the [...]