This Pint Glass Comes Embedded with a Real 35mm Film Canister
8 days ago - By Peta Pixel
Photogenic Supply is offering pint glasses that feature a genuine 35mm film canister permanently embedded into the glass. The company's founder Pano Kalo says he collects the discarded cassettes from local film labs and then recycles them into what he calls “beautiful, durable hand-made pint glasses that celebrate a passion for film photography.”
Photogenic Supply was formerly known as TogTees , but changed its name as the company started offering a wider range of photography-inspired products beyond the casual clothing that it started out with back in 2017 .
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