Over the past week or so, we’ve made made additions to nearly every section of the site. The contributions keep rolling in (thanks, dear readers) and we’ve also had a moment or two to delve into the vastness that is the “Photobooth.net To-Do” folder, shrinking it ever so slightly. Here’s a tally of what’s new:
Stinky Toys, by the French punk band Stinky Toys.
“Quints by Surprise,” in which the family squeeze into a photobooth at an Amy’s Ice Cream location in Austin, Texas.
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A JCPenney spot partially set in a photobooth.
A series of three commercials for French social security, all set in a photobooth: Rene, Paul, and Philippe et Isabelle.
“Touch a New Day” by Lena Meyer-Landrut
“Never Said” by Liz Phair
Emily Blunt in a photobooth in Interview Magazine.
Shots: A Magazine about Fine Photography, a 1989 large-format photography zine special issue dedicated to photobooths.
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Over the past five years we’ve collected a lot of photobooth-related stuff, much more than we can get to on a regular basis, and the To-Do List tends to pile up. Over the last week or so, we’ve had a chance to get a whole passel of material online, from TV shows and movies to commercials, print ads, music videos, and photobooth locations. In no particular order, here they are. Enjoy!
A commercial for Fruit Gushers in which kids’ massive fruit-shaped heads make their photobooth tip over.
An episode of “How It’s Made” that shows how a digital photobooth is assembled.
The 1989 Lewis Gilbert film Shirley Valentine, with a railway photobooth sequence.
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Low Water’s video for “Sister, Leave Me”. Dave sent me the video and a nice note back in 2008; my apologies for not getting to this for far too long.
The 2008 opening titles of “Neighbors,” now with more pseudo-photoboothiness.
The film Onion Underwater, for which we have only a few images from the trailer.
A few glimpses of a photostrip in an episode of Fringe.
An ad for Will Young’s album Let It Go, as sold by Tesco.
Wickbold Light Bread from Brazil.
The 2001 animated short fim Autofoto.
And finally, two photobooths in the Helsinki Railway Station, thanks to Marco:
One of these may be the first booth I found in Helsinki in 2005, moved to a new location within the station.
We’ll be back with more goodies in the coming months.
Please keep your contributions coming, as we continue to build our database of all things photobooth.
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We’ve been seeing and hearing quite a bit about The Dead Weather recently, a new collaboration among Jack White of the White Stripes, Alison Mosshart of the Kills, Dean Fertita of Queens of the Stone Age, and Jack Lawrence of the Raconteurs (another Jack White project).
When their first single was released online, the accompanying music video, for “Hang You from the Heavens,” was shot in a photobooth.
More recently, they’ve released their full-length album, titled “Horehound,” and have included a photostrip in six copies of the album. Those lucky enough to purchase a copy with a photostrip inside will win a trip to White’s record studio. A news brief about the contest states
The winners will receive an all expenses paid trip to tour Jack’s factory, Third Man Records in Nashville, TN. The winners are given round trip airfare, two night hotel accommodation, and ground transportation. The winners are also allowed a plus one for the duration of the trip. The last chance to redeem is August 15th.