The recently departed H.R. Giger is well known for his sculpture and his illustrations, but he was also a bit of a photographer, chronicling his work, life, and friendships though a personal collection of Polaroid pictures.
Polaroid might've ditched the instant film business but it doesn't mean they can't make digital equivalents. The Polaroid Z340 looks like a great digital compromise: classic body, digicam innards like 14 megapixels, flip-up LCD, etc. and ink-free prints.
Etsy seller Dan Riordan is doing a fine trade in recycled Polaroid cameras-cum-lamps, though at the moment he's all sold out of 'em, due to popularity. This particular one cost $150, with all of his creations promising 50,000 hours of dimmable light. One to bookmark, for sure. [Etsy via KEH via PetaPixel]
These four retro-exotic beauties had nothing to do with your past exploits, but hey, Polaroid coasters make for great cocktail conversation—especially when they depict semi-tasteful, half-naked women. Rarely do we find coasters worth ruining your coffee table for, but this $12 set is so much hipper than your yellowing…