Meags Fitzgerald's graphic novel explores the past and future of photobooths.

Meags Fitzgerald

For almost a century, chemical photobooths have occupied public spaces, giving people the opportunity to quickly take inexpensive, quality photos. In the last decade these machines have started to rapidly disappear, causing an eclectic group of individuals from around the world to come together and respond. Illustrator, writer and long-time photobooth lover Meags Fitzgerald has chronicled this movement — and the photobooth's fortuitous history — in a graphic novel. Having traveled in North America, Europe and Australia, she's constructed a biography of the booth through the eyes of technicians, owners, collectors, artists and fanatics. (From Conundrum Press)

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