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Jeremy Mayer turns inoperative typewriters into art

Darren Murph
11.23.07
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Nah, Jeremy Mayer's typewriter-based creations aren't anything new for him, but he's used his years of practice to get a few installations on display at the Nevada Museum of Art. Most notable is the human-like creature above, which was assembled head to toe with now-defunct typewriter parts. So if you just so happen to be in the area, why not stop on by (before December 2nd) and see if you can hack it to send out an email or something.

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