Weee, the first postcards will be sent around the world! USA, Canada, UK, Netherlands, Austria, France and Singapore! Every mail envelope got some additional stuff. I'm amazed how many people read the description of my Instagram posting at the international typewriter-day
My girlfriend got new shoes and I just got an idea what to draw a with some typewriter with a wide carriage. Surreal proportions like that need to be done with some fitting tools, right? Imagine that picture drawn on DIN A2 (33" x 23"). I guess I'll be adding a bonfire for the guy and the black areas will actually be containing thousands of overwritten characters. I could be repeating "To hell with Flanders" dozens of times, but I guess I'll come up with some fitting text instead. Stay tuned, it will just take some months to be done
Slowly getting it done. An Erika typewriter drawn on an Erika typewriter exclusively made for the upcoming exhibition, by the way you won't believe how different and hard typing feels on that machine. Actually, it feels like doing some weight training. That can't be serious. The backside of the paper is looking like the surface of the moon! Anyway, the result is looking rough. I like it!
( My girl was using the brother deluxe for filling the red part of the ribbon. So it actually has been done with two typewriters to be honest. )
I'm currently drawing an Erika typewriter made back in 1939 as requested for the upcoming exhibition on an Erika typewriter made in the 1980's. Well, Rodja somehow wanted me to use an Erika typewriter for drawing