This type-written piece was produced in the summer of 2017. The drawing utilises the ability to type both in red and black ink using the typewriter ribbon. The subject features Bill Murray playing Steve Zissou in Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.
This artwork has been featured on BBC News, The Morning Show Australia, Good Morning Britain and the Power of Positivity.
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~ 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.