The Polaroid Wall is a collection of 2,620 Polaroid pictures taken over an 18-year period at IPA, The Editing House in Chicago. It is an historic account of the writers, editors, producers, artists, and, thankfully, clients who hung out there from 1982 to 2000. You can swipe around the wall for a sense of the place, zoom in on individual photos, or search it name, year or themes.
- See how Polaroid pictures can be used to capture the spirit of a creative workplace.
- Follow the evolution of video from the first analog ¾” editing machines to digital editing, graphics, 3-D animation and sound design.
- Search by name for 380 people. What were they doing then and where are they now?