See Jack White’s personal Polaroid photos of Mick Jagger and creepy clowns

Singer says there's a 'romantic feeling of pulling a photograph out of a Polaroid camera'

Jack White has shared photos from his personal collection.

The pictures comes as part of the Impossible Project, which showcases work produced on the new I-1 instant camera using original Polaroid film.

White is one of the photographers to be featured as part of the project’s launch, with his snaps including a candid photo of Mick Jagger and a rather creepy looking clown. See in the tweet below and more at the Impossible Project website.


“Photography using mechanical means is a beautiful art form,” White said in a statement.

“Digital pictures are very portable and easy to make happen, but you can’t hold the photo in your hand, or put it in a family album. There’s a romantic feeling of pulling a photograph out of a Polaroid camera, holding it your hands and showing it to others. It can’t be replaced or replicated.”

Meanwhile, Jack White has denied involvement in an upcoming biography set to be released.


White also performed live with Pearl Jam during their gig at his Third Man Records last week.


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