Dispose provides people around the world with disposable (or "throw away") cameras and asks them to use all 27 exposures in 24 hours before sending the photographs back to be featured in their on-going project. Now founder Bruno Levy and co-founders Arpana Rayamajhi and Alex Hollender are almost two years in and they want to celebrate the milestone with the release of a photo book.

Dispose needs to raise $20,000 in less than a month for the book and an exhibition. If you're thinking that this is just a gimmick and that the book will be a boring collection of old photos, think again. Check out the Kickstarter video below and familiarize yourself with what the photos are really like.

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[via Kickstarter]