If you’re into caffeine and vintage photography, or you happen to be Instagramming your coffee right now, we have just the mug for you. The Photomug, a retro-style camera coffee mug, will help show off your love of snapping pictures and the morning jitters.
For the coffee and old-school photography enthusiast, there’s The Dreamy Camera. Designed to look like a giant Rolleiflex Camera, the two-story building is part coffee shop and part miniature camera museum.
It was created by a former South Korean helicopter pilot, and is located in YangPyung, South Korea, about an hour east of Seoul.
Head over there to appreciate the art form of photography. Just make sure to use the correct Instagram filter.
Sure, your fancy DSLR has all the bells and whistles and takes the best pictures humanly possible… But it’s no cookie. The Biscuit Camera, brought to us by Fuuvi, is a fully-functional camera that takes stills and video.
Use one to take pictures of your cookie. Or, video of you eating a cookie. Just remember which one is your camera.
Once all of that hammy goodness is gone… What is one to do with the big empty Spam can? Well, one idea is to clean out the gelatinous remnants and create a pinhole camera. Created by Scott from F295, the Spamera has a 50mm focal length, .3mm EMS pinhole and a 6×6.5cm image area. Perfect for taking pictures of ham.
The actual construction of the camera is a bit crude, but then again, so is Spam. DIY instructions can be found here.
The Juice Box Camera is an adorable alternative to any standard picture-snapper or smartphone. The 35mm cameras — which means it uses something called ‘film’ — snaps a picture with the push of the straw.
And, it’s inconspicuous enough that no one will be any the wiser to your sneaky picture-taking. Even though you’re a grown adult holding a juice box.