|Picture: Fomo Bohemia|
Black and white movie producer Foma Bohemia has introduced it will likely be wrapping up its 35mm movie in retro-inspired packaging for the corporate’s a hundredth anniversary, based on a report from Kosmo Foto.
Whereas Foma Bohemia confirmed off its similarly-designed retro packaging for its 120 movie shares again in 2019, because the firm technically celebrated its centennial birthday final yr, the discharge of the nostalgic 35mm movie shares had been delayed as a consequence of issues from the COVID-19 pandemic. They’re lastly right here although and searching retro as ever.
The Fomapan 100, 200 and 400 movie inside the brand new packaging stays unchanged from earlier formulations, however the easy, colourful packaging is a pleasant little aesthetic throwback to the extra mid-century designs of yesteryear. Foma Bohemia says these anniversary movie packs are limited-edition and as soon as the availability is gone, that’s it.
|Picture: Daniel Novak|
As famous by Kosmo Foto, photographer Daniel Novak managed to get his fingers on a brick of the retro packaged movie, displaying off the Fomapan 400 in its inexperienced, pink and white glory. In talking with Kosmo Foto, Novak mentioned ‘Opening the field was an excellent shock. Although it’s a retro packaging it introduced a breath of recent air and a smile. It’s a contented packaging! And even happier because it was a shock since their web site didn’t present any clues.’
Fomapan 100, 200 and 400 movies within the retro packaging needs to be obtainable from varied approved Foma retailers, together with B&H Photograph. It does not seem as if the brand new packaging is proven within the product photos although, so it is unclear whether or not new listings will probably be made with the brand new packaging or whether or not you may need to buy the present listings and hope you are greeted with the retro packaging.
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