Instant film has been growing in popularity with systems like Fujifilm’s Instax being some of the most popular photography purchases on Amazon and other sites. But those still utilizing the older Polaroid style technology are finding less and less options, even with the likes of Impossible Project doing their damnedest to keep that system alive.
Polaroid Chocolate was one of the last Instant films that Polaroid actually produced in limited quantities. It is incredibly rare, and that is what makes this photobook on IndieGoGo so special. Photographer Brian Bruno is putting together a book of artistic nudes that were shot on this rare Polaroid Chocolate film, and he is seeking your support and taking pre-orders via his IndieGoGo campaign.
Those interested in supporting the project can find a variety of incentives over on the IndieGoGo campaign page, including pre-orders of the book ranging from $45 to $65 depending on which incentive you choose. If you want a signed copy of the book you can drop $100 on the most expensive incentive.
Bruno’s campaign is already over 100% funded, so the biggest reason to jump on this now beyond supporting the project is to get a better deal on the book than you would once it is printed.
You can get all of the details about the book, and support the project over on IndieGoGo, here.