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Typedoodles

by | May 28, 2016 | doodles | 6 comments

While throwing out lots of forgotten paperwork, I found a few doodles that I thought might bring a smile. Who says bureaucratic meetings are unproductive?

By the way, I wanted to include some of my typewriter doodles in The Typewriter Revolution, along with these wonderful drawings by Lisa Buckley.

However, the desiger nixed all of these in favor of advertising cuts of typewriters from the first half of the 20th century. I still disagree.

6 Comments

  1. Ted

    ahh well, at least we can enjoy them here :D

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  2. Bill M

    I like both, but given a choice, I'd choose the doodles.

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  3. Anonymous

    Your doodles are wonderful – I especially like the Lexikon 80s that appear in the margins of the meeting agenda.

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  4. Mark

    Your more abstract cartoonish typewriters are so fun! I really like a bunch of these.

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  5. Anonymous

    Good to see those boring meetings weren't wasted. :)

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  6. rn

    I agree with you, Richard. Your sketches would have added a wild sense of wonder/whimsey. But, not to worry: Typewriter Rev is a wonderful book.

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