This fun and playful typewriter art by Lenka Clayton and Michael Crowe carries an interesting back story. The two artists have used a typewriter to document life occurrences by using the vintage device as their artistic conveyance.
The unconventional use of the typewriter is quite interesting to see. It must have been a challenge to time and coordinate the keys in order to develop each piece. Although the pictures are not incredibly elaborate, they still possess an interesting and thought provoking take on the artist's daily events.
Some of the pictures include an erect elephant, a giant sweater and what is supposed to be representative of fingernails and toenails. It's great to see that these two artists introduced an initiative in their lives that helps them appreciate the convenience of new technology.
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