Two icons of style: Brigitte Bardot with an Olivetti Valentine Typewriter.
From the old Remington typewriter to the dress form in the corner, I love this office space.
“Newfangled Pinup” by Aaron Nance. Vintage inspired photography. Underwood Typewriter.
One of the most beloved typewriters of all time with one of the quirkiest names.
See the Blickensderfer No.5 here…
Legendary designer Ettore Sottsass opted for a more angular and architecturally inspired form to this Underwood typewriter.
See it here…
Actress Emmanuelle Béart upstaged by an Olivetti Valentine typewriter in Les Témoins (The Witnesses).
The Antikey Chop
Early 1900s Russian advertising poster for Underwood typewriters.
Comix Number Two by Nichol Snore. Hand drawn and typewritten.
Art Critic, Writer & Poet Richard Bartholomew with his Smith-Corona typewriter.
In the biz we call those “rabbit ears.”
See Smith-Corona’s Super-G here…
Wedding guestbook typewriter, party favors behind it and, oh yeah, a chandelier hanging from a tree.
Jay and Manny with a green Olympia SM Typewriter on Modern Family.
Densmore No.1 Typewriter, c.1891, with removable carriage. It types from underneath so you couldn’t see what you were typing while typing.
See it here…
From my collection: Indexing typewriter by American Typewriter Co., c.1893.
Nathan Fillion with Stana Katic and a Remington typewriter. From Firlefly to Castle, this guy sure can pick ‘em.