Cost: Free of Charge
Typewriter Artist James Cook has created new, never-before-seen, London-based artwork exclusively for the exhibition at Trinity Buoy Wharf, which he describes as some of his very best work to date. The exhibition will feature more than 50 type-written drawings and 25 typewriters on display.
James creates the largest typewriter art on record as many of his panoramic-scale drawings expand far beyond the size of his typewriters. Most of his art contains more than 100,000 individually-stamped typewritten marks and he can spend at least a month working on a single drawing.
From a distance, it’s impossible to tell that James’ art has even been hand-typed on a vintage typewriter. It is only when you move in closely that the type-written letters, numbers and punctuation marks begin to reveal themselves on the page.
James describes his work as a “picture worth a thousand words” referring to the fact that many of his creations contain hidden, type-written messages that can only be seen when observing the artist's drawings from up close. James has typed close to 200 drawings on a collection of 40 typewriters; the earliest of models being a 1920’s Continental Portable. Many of his typewriters also have interesting backstories to them as to their previous owners of notoriety.
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