but mithi, your drawing is so cantik! i think that is reason enough :-)
hey, this drawing is phantastic. do you know about paul austers book which consist mainly of paintings of his favorite typewriter? it is lovely.btw: my neighbor accepted a package for me today. i guess it is yours. can´t wait to get it and open it tomorrow.
Why not draw it. I did an iron and my washing pile in an etching workshop. I paniced when the tutor said we were moving into a new line etching and I thought we'd be doing more tone etchings and had thought through what I planned to do. Eeek. My head jumped straight to the activities of the night before - all domestic. I liked how it came out in the end. Bit miffed we didn't get to ink the plates ourselves though - it's not like I have a press at home to practice. The result was scanned and is on my blog. Looks better in real life.
Sorry, second post was the same as the first. Blogger was jumping around a bit and produced too items the same. Eek.
It's a great drawing. I really like it.
So, which museum did you go to for this project ;) Very cool... far better than a PC
glad you did, it's lovely
Gesa: No museum, but based on photos I took of an old typewriter at a gallery that someone was using to type out ascii-pictures with.
awesome drawing. I like it a lot:)
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