Bank Station, London
This type-written piece was produced in July, 2019.
“A couple of weeks back, I made the rookie mistake of changing from Monument to Bank and walking what seemed to be the length of the channel tunnel to find myself, not in France, but still in London, and ended up finding the train platform packed with commuters during rush hour. I gave up and resurfaced onto Threadneedle Street where I took a photo of the London Skyline. This typewriter art is to remind me to never, EVER do this again!“
~ James Cook.
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James Cook has been creating type-written portraits for over 6 years and has accumulated more than 100 drawings over that time. His first exhibition at Thaxted Guildhall, Essex of the summer of 2020 allowed him to display his collection of 35 typewriters and some of his work from the collection. James has been featured on many television news programmes such as BBC News, ITV’s Good Morning Britain and Sky.