CameraSelfie #97 - Limited Edition of 10 Photograph
Saatchi Art is pleased to offer the photograph, "CameraSelfie #97 - Limited Edition of 10," by Flynn Newton, available for purchase at $1,610 USD. Original Photography: Color, Ink on Paper. Size is 39.4 H x 39.4 W x 0 in.
Tower Camflash 127
I have to say, this was a really nice score. A mint/unused complete outfit for $1.25. $1.25 because the other bidder didn't want to spend more than a dollar! The Camflash 127 is a plastic camera that makes 4x4cm exposures on 127 film. I've seen it in black, red, and blue, but it may have been available in more than 3 colors. Made for Sears c1960. At some point I'll probably upload a picture of the boxed outfit.
Teddy Camera Model "A"
The Teddy Camera is a stamped-metal box camera, made c.1924 by the Teddy Camera Company of Newark, NJ. The camera came with a set of sensitized cards, and made 2" x 3½" prints, developed on-the-spot within a tubular developing tank which attached to the bottom. My example is a bit banged up, and doesn't have the developing tank, but as a collector, you take what you can get with a camera as hard-to-find as this one is. I figured I might have a better chance of finding one locally, since I…
Minolta Miniflex (4)
Picture taken by Stefano Montagna, used with permission. See also the Camera-wiki page about the Minolta Miniflex.
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Original Still Life Photography by Flynn Newton | Conceptual Art on Paper | CameraSelfie #83 Large Edition - Limited Edition of
Original Art Color/C-type Photography, measuring: 100W x 100H x 0D cm, by: Flynn Newton (Germany). Styles: Portraiture, Conceptual, Realism. Subject: Still Life. Keywords: Selfie, Vintage, Leica, Retro, Camera, Conceptual, Cameraselfies, Wallpaper. This Color/C-type Photography is one of a kind and once sold will no longer be available to purchase. Buy art at Saatchi Art.
If you have an interest in classic cameras, you're probably familiar with this one. Designed by Raymond Loewy and made of metal, the Anscoflex features a protective front panel which, when raised, opens the viewfinder cover at the top via a clever mechanical linkage. The difference between this model and the original Anscoflex is that this one has the addition of a close-up lens and yellow filter, which swing into place by turning the knobs beneath the lens. Made by Ansco (New York) c1954…