THE NEW YORK TYPE, A STORY CROWDSOURCED FROM THE CITY

The New York Type, A Story Crowdsourced From The City
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THE NEW YORK TYPE, A STORY CROWDSOURCED FROM THE CITY



Written by Dont Panic
25 Wednesday 25th January 2017

 

Waner Almeida, Saulo Mohana, Upaasna Rajaram and Joseph Thomas are New York-based art directors and copywriters. After finding an abandoned typewriter in Brooklyn, they renovated the machine and then took it around the city, letting anyone and everyone finish off a story beginning with 'There. It's done. It's all gone. He stared at the...' They vary from lyrical and profound to random and inane, but are well worth a read. You can check out a few below (while the whole project is here)

Plus check out a short making of documentary:

The New York Type from Upaasna Rajaram on Vimeo.

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