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Using Typewriters To Create Art
December 27, 2010

Using Typewriters To Create Art Typewriters have been used for ever, it seems, and that is true. From 1870 and through much of the 20th century typewriters were used in many business offices and other places as well. Today it is vintage to have one at home, but it is a fact that it has long ago been replaced with computers. But still you will find people that uses typewriters to different purposes. Artist Keira Rathbone is actually making black-and-white portraits by printing letters, symbols and numbers on a old typewriter. She does also make motives like landscapes and other objects. She is so good at it that some of her art pieces look like they’re in 3D, and the edges look pixelated. Speaking of portraits here are some that are a bit unusual.

Using Typewriters To Create Art

Using Typewriters To Create Art

Using Typewriters To Create Art

Using Typewriters To Create Art

Using Typewriters To Create Art

Using Typewriters To Create Art

Using Typewriters To Create Art

Using Typewriters To Create Art

Using Typewriters To Create Art

Using Typewriters To Create Art

Using Typewriters To Create Art

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