The 100 – disposable cameras capturing 100 lives
From the people who created the Disposable Memory Project, a new challenge for 2012.
Handing out 100 cameras to 100 people, aged between 1 and 100, this disposable photography project aims to capture a week in the life of a wide range of people, and of course ages.
Whilst the project will take a year to unfold, you can already see some of the results, including images from a one year old, posted this morning.
The project team is still looking for people to be part of The 100 – if you know someone who would like a camera, or you’d like to take part yourself, visit http://the100.thinkplaymake.co/
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