The making of Typewriter

For decades people have spent the majority of their working lives sitting in offices.

But while offices are still commonplace, today’s workplace has very little in common with that of our grandparents’ generation. Typewriters have given way to computers and its keyboard.

Out of all type of keyboard, mechanical keyboards are still the best in-term of style, performance, and passion of the key clackers. Furthermore, it brings a nostalgic feeling for those who care and enthusiasm about using their finger for typing things.

Take a little bit of rewind. We got ourself an old type writer. Then we started by observing the typewriter in our studio, note down some key points and work on its very first sketches.

Transformed the real-life object into drawings with pencil, markers, and papers. Line by line, litle by little, the typewriter transform to an artwork. We had:

Then we sharpened the artwork into the size of the keycap. Click by click we drew it on our comupter, clack by clack the sketch of Typewriter appear on our screen. We were not forget to enhance its look by mixing the colors that we have in our studio together.

The ideas are now ready to be delivered to our artisan team. Please stay tuned for our next update about “The Typewriter

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