The Ferrari Grand Prix Polaroids
The Ferrari Grand Prix Polaroids celebrates the passion for the Prancing Horse of its curator, the former F1 supremo, Bernie Ecclestone. The strong friendship and admiration between Enzo Ferrari and Bernie Ecclestone is well documented and over the decades Mr Ecclestone has acquired landmark.
The spectacular Polaroid portraits are perfect to create a limited box set of photographic prints that celebrate Ferrari Grand Prix racing in a way never attempted before.
Polaroid built five of the giant cameras in 1976 at the height of instant film popularity. The worlds largest Polaroid cameras were built in the Polaroid workshop to showcase their latest film - the results were spectacular! Originally used to photograph the detail in oil paintings and tapestries, Polaroid then gave the camera to the most noted artists of the era in return for a print to live in the Polaroid archive. Andy Warhol was one such artist to use the camera and soon the camera itself was recognised as a landmark camera in the evolution of photography.
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