Thursday, August 16, 2012

The Chromatic Typewriter

Image courtesy of Core77

The Chromatic Typewriter is a conceptual art piece consisting of a modified late-1930s Underwood typewriter that types a spectrum of colors, rather than the letters of an alphabet. Click here for more information on this amazing typewriter art.

3 comments:

Mark said...

How would the typeheads stay inked? I can't imagine this actually works. Regardless, it is a very cool piece of art.

Michael Clemens said...

The key word is "conceptional." They look like watercolor pads to me. I'm sure they wouldn't hold up under impact.

an *sshole with a typewriter. said...

This is really awesome! It's great to see someone was able to make a work of art with a typewriter without simply dismantling it for it's parts.