Jeremy Mayer makes sculpture almost exclusively from one source- the mechanical typewriter.
His interest in vivisecting the typewriter goes back to the age of 10, when he would type on his family’s 1920’s Underwood typewriter while typing song lyrics he heard while watching MTV. He began making sculpture from typewriters in 1994. Continue reading »
It started in 2014 with the purchase of a vintage 1956 Oliver Courier typewriter. Now 7 years, 35 typewriters, and nearly 100 works of art later, James Cook is a bonafide typewriter artist. Continue reading »
In April 2011 last factory in the world on manufacture of typewriters was closed. The epoch of typewriters has ended…
Secretary and Ramsgate beauty queen, Christine James. (Photo by Peter Powell/Express/Getty Images). March 1965 Continue reading »
“Self Organization is a bronze and mixed media sculpture I created to explore the idea of intelligence finding its selfhood. Like all of us who are alive, at some point, we must establish the “I” of our being. This work just puts that idea in a new light, in response to the AI technology that is being developed. A lot of my sculpture deals with the future while keeping an eye on the distant past.”, said Courtney Brown to Bored Panda. Continue reading »