Tag Archives: typewriter art

Typewriter & maybe water colour, by Nisshta12.

Chemins by Henri Chopin, 1993. via garadinervi

Frank Singleton has been making typewriter art at least since the 1980’s and Ramble is his most recent book – a dictionary of (some of) the English language. Limited to 30 copies, it’s available at the Western New York Book Arts Center in Buffalo. h/t: Robert Doerfler

Typewriter map of Africa by the cartographer Daniel Huffman. It was done by resizing a map of Africa into 75×60 pixels, add a shaded relief, categorize each pixel according to intensity, convert it to ASCII, add details in Illustrator, and then type it on a typewriter.

More info and images here.

Typewriter work by Mikrosopht (@tps3e8). Click the link and click the link and….


garadinervi:

Ilse and Pierre Garnier, Prototypes, Éditions André Silvaire, Paris, 1965

Typewriter art by Mr Moustache.


yesterdaysprint:

The Osage City Free Press, Kansas, April 26, 1888

Yet another type dude.


yesterdaysprint:

The Winfield Daily Free Press, Kansas, April 18, 1904

A study from 1934 on how kids used the typewriter, and how it changed the classrom. Source. h/t: Marcin Wichary, whose forthcoming book about keyboards might interest you.