Month: June 2011
Good god, jewelry is bad enough – now someone’s chopping typewriter keys to make computer mice?
Hey, you can now get typewriter stamps for your typewritten letters! The USPS is offering the Pioneers of American Industrial Design “forever” stamps honoring 12 of this country’s most innovative designers, including Eliot Noyes, who designed the IBM Selectric. Get yours today and impress your fellow typospherians (:
Ted & Tori travel to the Brinton Desert Botanical Garden (like a mile away) to celebrate World Typewriter Day 2011 by typing on their matched 1964 Hermes 3000’s in the 108 degree heat. Our Typewriter day video. Hopefully watching two people type is less boring than watching one person type. :D We decided to celebrate […]
Just wanna tease ya with some pics of a few of the machines that made it to the 2nd Phoenix Type-In, organized beautifully by Ryan at Magic Margin at the historic Monti’s La Casa Vieja in Tempe, Arizona. More detailed typewriter and people pics are coming as soon as I write my report. (: P.S. […]
Mesa Second Fridays Art Walk
A new typecaster has joined our ranks, and I’ve added a link to his blog in my blogroll. Unfortunately, his blog is in German (or Swiss or Swiss-German, I can’t tell the difference), so we English-only types might happen to miss out on this awesome video he posted. In fact, it’s so awesome that I […]
Heh, it’s been awhile since I’ve been broadcast anywhere, so it was a pleasant surprise to find out that my buddy Wayne Butane did a segment for Evolution Control Committee‘s “The Sound of Plaid” and managed to shoehorn in some of my stuff for his broadcast. You can hear it in about an hour and […]