Beck - Black Tambourine. ASCII-video by Adam Levite, 2004.

Friday 4/11/2014

typewriter; conversion; music video; 2004;

Karl Kempton & Loris Essary

Monday 2/17/2014

poetry; typewriter;

"Had Your Portrait Typewritten?" feat. Hobart Reese.
Portraits of President Harding, Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks scanned from the March 1922 issue of Science and Invention magazine, via.

Thursday 2/13/2014

typewriter; portrait; 1920s; 1922;

Typewriter works by Julius Nelson in the 1930s. From a good article at The Atlantic. We featured Julius before here and here and here and …

Sunday 2/2/2014

1930s; typewriter; typewriter art; julius nelson;

The article The Lost Ancestors of ASCII Art shows works from a typewriter-focused magazine from 1893. The butterfly on the far right has been around the netz for a while, but middle one (by the same author, Flora Stacey) and the ship (by Frederick Carles) are new to us atleast.

flora stacey; 1890s; typewriter; usa; 1800s;

visual-poetry:

"frida kahlo" typoportrait by kevin mcpherson eckhoff

visual-poetry:

"frida kahlo" typoportrait by kevin mcpherson eckhoff

Friday 1/31/2014

typewriter; portrait;

Josh Bookout of robotdialogs.com and his ascii art Type-O-Matic, via

Tuesday 1/28/2014

ascii; Selectric; 2012; tool; typewriter; print; Type-O-Matic;

By Inter|Kin|Active (2012)
A concrete poem by Earle Birney and a poem by David Frith as well as event listings for Alan Neil Trio and an ad for a bp nichol book (1967)

A concrete poem by Earle Birney and a poem by David Frith as well as event listings for Alan Neil Trio and an ad for a bp nichol book (1967)

Friday 1/17/2014

poetry; typewriter; 1960s;

Illustration under the title “the physicist and society” from transformation, issue 3, 1952

Illustration under the title “the physicist and society” from transformation, issue 3, 1952

Thursday 1/16/2014

typewriter; 1950s; Illustration;

Four Allegorical Constructs for Winter by Travis Wyche

Friday 1/10/2014

poetry; typewriter;

¡Dom Sylvester Houédard

Monday 11/18/2013

poetry; typewriter; 1960s;

Tool below, result above. By Ian Parberry, 1975.

Here is my first attempt. It’s made from four sheets of typing paper glued together. If you look close up, it’s made using just a few letters including M, I, and M overstruck with X or $ to get the darkest shade approaching black.

source

Thursday 11/7/2013

typewriter art; typewriter; tool; 1970s;