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.
Henri Chopin‘s sound poetry released in 1987 by Jacques Donguy.
Notes from the Cosmic Typewriter
The Life and Work of Dom Sylvester Houédard.
Edited by Nicola Simpson. Occasional Papers (2012).
By Charles R Cannoni, from here.
In 1928 the Houston Post-Dispatch and the Remington Rand Business Service sponsored a contest where readers could submit images “drawn” on a typewriter. An image of silent film star and Wild West actor Harry Carey that earned W. Graham Darby, of 106 67th St., the first-place prize: a $60 Remington portable typewriter.
From the book Typewriter Art (1978). Compiled by Dan Carlinsky with works by Rochelle Vickey, Susan Jatsek, Karen Aldrich, Paul Smith, Mary V. Urban, Wilbert W. Fryberger, Sharon France.
Kindly photographed by itsaherring!