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Disposable Crisis Project & Zuid Magazine - the Sequel

Posted on November 14, 2013

Zuid Magazine interviewed us last year regarding this project. Here’s the pdf to this first article:
ZuidMagazine

As we're working on the book which is really getting in a good shape for the printing presses they decided to come back to us and make a sequel, right before the book comes out. We’d like to share that with you :-) Sorry, Dutch only, don’t have the time to translate it. Life is busy enough as it is and the book needs to be finished! We're really excited about it as it’s going to be great.

We're also still looking for people willing to support this project through a small (or big :-) ) donation so that I can pay for the printing of the book. Please feel free to contact me. The book is planned for the end of this year. Should it get too hectic, January 2014.

ZuidMagazine_Sequel

Once again, thanks to all the people who have made this real!

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Translation Piece "Het belang van Limburg"

Posted on June 20, 2013

Bart Lindeman was so kind as to translate the piece about the project published in "Het belang van Limburg" last year. Now everyone will be able to ready it, almost everyone then ;-)

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Cameras 36, 47, 52, 60, 92, 104, 162, 163, 171 & 172 Have been Added!

Posted on June 17, 2013

We finally came around to scanning all the films that have been eagerly waiting for us to find a little time for them. Under "Returned Footage" you can check them out yourself.

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One Year Anniversary!

Posted on January 4, 2013

Yesterday, the 3rd of January, it was exactly one year ago I started this project. So much has happened! Time has certainly not stood still; many cameras went out to meet participants and quite some made its way back to me (still more needed tho!).

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Camera No.27, 29 and 88 have been returned!

Posted on October 29, 2012

So happy!! They are all in the process of being developed right now so looking forward to the results!

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New Folder

Posted on October 13, 2012

We have been working on a folder to gather some more sponsors for this project. It's nearly finished and I'll soon post a teaser ;-)

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Some more cameras have returned home!

Posted on September 4, 2012

Camera #30, #57 and #152 returned home, have been processed and scanned. The website has been updated with these new images. They are absolutely worth a look! Countries represented by these are Aruba, Austria and Canada.

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Small Update

Posted on August 14, 2012

Just to let everyone know we're not sleeping (no of course we're not!). I've been in contact with another printing company for the book. Now waiting to see what they can offer and the specific details. First talk was really nice though. Good to see there are still small companies who actually love their clients and love what they do!

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Back this Project and Choose your Reward!

Posted on July 15, 2012

It is possible to make a donation to help supporting this project. The disposable cameras, the shipping cost and their development along with the making of the book will cost a lot of money so it would be great if you all would be able to donate some of your precious money and make this project happen!

You can now choose in which way you'd like to be rewarded for your donations. You can choose for:

a: Eternal Gratefulness starting from €1,-
b: Eternal Gratefulness, a postcard of one of the entered images and your name on the Sponsor Page in the book and website starting from €50,-
c: Eternal Gratefulness, a postcard, you name on the Sponsor Page AND a free copy of The Book starting from €100,- 

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New Sponsor!!

Posted on July 10, 2012

I'm most happy to say our project was able to welcome a new sponsor today: Pinky, the candy store in Maastricht (with the best waffels!) will support this project. A big thank you!

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