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Mailable Pinhole Camera Fills The Void Left By Social Media [Pics]

Mailable Pinhole Camera Fills The Void Left By Social Media [Pics]
Design & Architecture

Pinpal is a mailer that can be sent to friends and family, and unfolds into a camera that takes a polaroid picture.

Emma Hutchings
  • 11 november 2013

Brooklyn-based graphic designer Dina Cheng developed a pinhole polaroid mailer that can be sent out to friends and family. Pinpal enables people to snail mail their loved ones a camera or polaroid to create a kind of bond that can no longer be found through social media.

Mailable Pinhole Camera Fills The Void Left By Social Media [Pics]

It unfolds into a pinhole camera that can take polaroid pictures. The project brings back the gratifying feeling of receiving something in the mail, opening up a letter and actually corresponding with someone. Click through to see images of Cheng’s Pinpal project:

Pinpal

Source: Behance

Images: Behance

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+Electronics & Gadgets
+graphic design
+Pinhole camera
+polaroid
+snail mail
+technology
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