Jeremy Mayer's typewriter sculpture entitled, "Sequana." Mayer, based in Oakland, California, carefully constructs his art out of old typewriter parts.
The artist disassembles typewriters found at flea markets and garage sales, then constructs his sculptures from the parts. He uses no soldering or fusing techniques, only the parts and pieces of the typewriters to hold his sculptures together.
It's a retro tech style of art that impressed us enough to be featured in the fall edition of CNET Magazine.
"Theia" (L) and "Sequana" (R) took thousands of hours to create. Mayer believes "[Art] is part of how you relate to the world and it's important to be shared with people." Keep making things, Mr. Mayer!