Long LONG before digital cameras and iPhones there was the Eastman Kodak Brownie. When it was introduced in 1900 it sold for $1.00 and in its first year there were over 100,000 sold.
The camera has a really fantastic history and changed the way we experience the world. Check out some of the details by clicking here.
Purchase a 8.00″ x 10.00″ stretched canvas print of The Vintage Painter’s Brownie Box Camera for the promotional price of $49 through FineArtAmerica. The original 18″x18″ is mounted on a custom crafted 24″ x 24″ rustic style frame built for me by With August‘s Tim Ofstead. It is $400 plus insurance, shipping and handling.
Promotion ends Friday, 01/18/2013.
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- Kodak Collapses As Digital Era Takes Over, Reports Industry Watchdog 2U Limited (demandroid.info)
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- Photos stored in camera for 68 years – Pearl Harbor Bombing (RE-POST) (pumabydesign001.com)