Anatomical Sculptures Made Of Typewriters

Anatomical Sculptures Made Of Typewriters

Artist assembles typewriter sculptures without the use of adhesives or additional parts.

Plus Aziz
  • 31 august 2011


Jeremy Mayer is a California-based artist who reassembles typewriter parts into full-scale figures. Apart from his work recreating human models, he has also created animals (octopus, dear, penguin).  All his pieces start with a spine and pelvis, and then he builds on them without soldering, welding, wiring, or gluing anything.

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