Jollylook is a handmade fold out instant camera for analog photos, made mainly from recycled paper and cardboard. No electronics, batteries or chargers - some paper, a pair of lenses and a cartridge for instant mini photos.
Jollylook Mini instant camera is made from 59 parts that are assembled in 155 manual operations.
Manufacturing one Jollylook mini camera takes 42 minutes of handwork.

Environment friendly - Jollylook instant camera uses less materials than used in the packaging of a regular camera. The camera body, the shutter and aperture are made of thick paper and laminated cardboard.
Oleg Khalip, co-founder and author of the idea: Once I was showing my son what's inside the analog camera and how analog photography works, I thought then - "what if the package itself transformed and fulfilled the function of the camera and the picture turned out immediately?! There was no problem with instant photos technology, people solved this problem long time ago. What remained to create was an analog camera that would be simple and contained in the package, worked properly and allowed to take pictures and get instant results.

I had to study the structure of many analog instant cameras, before being able to make the shutter - the most difficult part in the development was the shutter (no existing structure worked for Jollylook, so I had to invent a new shutter).

After picking the right lens and calculating the aperture, we created a folding "accordion" camera body from paper, then the case where the instax film is placed, and we moved to the design, here there where no doubts - it had to be retro with a little steampunk look. Then we had difficulties with the unit for getting the photo out from the cartridge but after testing many options, we achieved a perfect result, photographs are now developed and pulled out with a rotating handle.

When moments of life that we see freeze on paper - it is magic! - says Oleg.