The German Polaboy is a very cool take on the venerable (and still eminently fashionable) Polaroid picture. These installations acts as a dual purpose art print/light source, blowing up a photograph to huge size, and then giving it a backlight of constant illumination. Lightboys — the company behind the Polaboy — have designed the entire product from the ground up, recreating both the SX 70 and Spektra forms at ten times their previous size. With 5,000 lumens of LEDs to provide the light source, the images are printed on a special slide film, and can be swapped out at will. The whole rig is only 20mm thick, running 12 volts, 45 watts.