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With his Polaroid SX-70 (a used camera he picked up at a yard sale for 20 Dollars), William Miller churns out not photos, but amazingly abstract works of art. The camera, as it turns out, was broken. “It sometimes spills out two pictures at a time and the film often gets stuck in the gears, exposing and mangling them in unpredictable ways,” says William.

William Miller’s Ruined Polaroids

A Broken Polaroid Camera Spits Out Amazing Abstract Art - photographer William Miller William Miller’s Polaroid is broken in all the right places: It warps his film into something resembling abstract art.

'Polaroidismo' abstracto

'Polaroidismo' abstracto

Ruined Polaroids by William Miller. Who says broken cameras are worthless? I happen to think these are great little pieces of art.

Ruined Polaroids by William Miller. Who says broken cameras are worthless? I happen to think these are great little pieces of art.

Estética accidental: coquetas abstracciones emergen de una polaroid rota.

William Miller’s Polaroid is broken in all the right places: It warps his film into something resembling abstract art. Via Fast Co Design.

Belleza inusual de Nueva York

William Miller's photographs show sun reflected in the Gowanus’ horrendously polluted waters.

Cuatro formas de hacer arte destruyendo tus negativos | VICE | México

Cuatro formas de hacer arte destruyendo tus negativos

Chicago-based photographer Peter Hoffman, we must say, has a pretty cool Fox River Derivatives series, where he takes developed negatives of the river near

Teal and emerald greens show the layered depths of the ocean and its activity in this highly saturated watercolor and ink painting. The fluidity

Undercurrent Emerald Ink: Art Print, Ocean Art, Surf Watercolor, Abstract Watercolor by versoPRINTS on Etsy

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