Chromatic Typewriter Tyree Callahan
The American artist Tyree Callahan (Tyree Callahan), who lives in Washington, given new life in 1937 Underwood Standard typewriter year, made her a tool for writing patterns.
Mr. Callahan replaced alphabetic keyboard shortcuts on the color and paid for reprints of letters corresponding to the colors of ink keys, bringing to light a strange drawing tool, named "Chromatic Typewriter" (Chromatic Typewriter). And now, instead of a brush to paint the picture, it prints them with its unique, in every sense of the word typewriter.
Sam Callahan acknowledged that "chromatic printing machine" does not give the artist the freedom of action that the pencil or brush, but can be a good tool for the novice creator, learn the art of combination and arrangement of color schemes.
Pictures are not full of details, but still look pretty cute, and certainly will appreciate the unassuming public of our time.
You may count the invention Callahan outrageously stupid, but it is thanks to him, he told the world about its existence and has already sold 12 printed pictures.