Never forget

Never forget2000

Disposable sports camera

A robust and water-proof camera that could be used on beaches, mountains and hiking. This particular version could also handle being up to three metres under water, to a depth of three metres. (From the catalog 2003.)

Never forget1920

Wax crayons

Since the 1700s, children and artists have created masterpieces using pulverized chalk and colour powder in a wax base.

Never forget1950

Slide projector

A German version in ebonite, for slides sized 5×5 centimeters. (From the catalogue 1957.)

Never forget1950

The Amateur Photographer”

In K.O. Sjöström’s book The Amateur Photographer, the reader learned about how a camera worked, how to develop and enlarge pictures, and depth-of-field tables. (From the catalogue 1951.)

Never forget1930

Rubber eraser

This eraser features 80 grams of rubber with a brush for those who want to erase quickly before the ink dries. (From the catalogue 1933.)

Never forget1990

Slide projector

Slide projectors were for a long time the only way to terrorize your neighbours with your holiday photographs. And long into the 2000s they were also a given item in any classroom.

Never forget2000

T-shirt with photo

Even if the resolution isn’t always the best, a photo-decorated T-shirt always conveys a clear message.

Never forget1960


This projector for 8-millimetre film came in a fancy box. The projector itself was invented 1932 by Kodak. The projector is also a reminder for many of school classes with fluttering movie reels, often played a bit too fast. And that sound that the reel made when it had been rewind and started whipping itself.

Never forget1990

Director’s chair

The foldable director’s chair is invaluable for working in the field. It’s easy to pack and light to carry. Today, it’s an iconic symbol for the movie industry.

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