Of course, Dispose is not the only publication to make its mark through the use of disposable cameras. Tepsic Magazine is a similar project (distributed in a physical form, imagine that!) which works exclusively with musicians. Also, one of the most interesting projects to emerge in the immediate aftermath of Japan's 2011 earthquake and tsunami was ROLLS TOHOKU, a project in which disposable cameras were distributed to people of all ages who were living in emergency housing. The project continued for a year, and the results are certainly worth checking out. It's possible that we may be experiencing a minor boom of disposable camera nostalgia, and that these cameras might become extinct (or prohibitively expensive) at some point in the not too distant future. Even so, I'm quite happy to enjoy it for the moment.