It might look like just an old typewriter, but Washington-based artist Tyree Callahan
has actually converted this antique 1937 Underwood Standard typewriter into an art
instrument that makes beautiful paintings.
Callahan replaced the ink pads of the typewriter with colored paint pads and the letters
with color markers to create a painting machine he calls a Chromatic Typewriter.
So instead of creating paintings with brushes, he types them with his unique typewriter.
While it would take some getting used to, and although it will probably never yield the
detailed results of a brush, no doubt this thing could produce some awesome artworks.