Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Crazy Typewriters

Imagination have no boundaries and people ready to experiment can take their creativity to another level.Recently while surfing the net I came across this post on some site,what drew my attention was the work of Mr.Jeremy Mayer who collects antique typewriters, not to display them but to break them into small components and then combine them into some amazing sci-fi-inspired bugs, skeletons and human figures.
Mayer, who describes his work as a cross between Leonardo da Vinci's mechanical drawings and the gritty futures imagined by sci-fi maestros William Gibson and Philip K. Dick, assembles his artwork without welding, soldering or gluing.

Amazing Isn't it!!

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8 comments: on "Crazy Typewriters"

Layne | Jaggy Jam said...

These sculptures are brilliant! An imaginative mind and skilful hands can transform any basic materials... oh, yeah, I forgot you need the soul and talent of an artist, too! ;-)

PhoenixBlogger said...

Wow...nice photos. Cool blog. Keep it up.


TiOheM said...

They're amazing indeed!

Eris said...

Those are cool!~

L. Venkata Subramaniam said...

lovely, did someone ever type using them?

jen brister said...

Love your site. This is amazing.