Riverside view drawing made on a typewriter
As part of his recent project involving typing scenes on location, James Cook visited Trinity Buoy Wharf recently to type the view from the Lighthouse. The drawing is part of a series of three London skyline scenes. The drawing took two weeks to complete and measures in at 100cm x 45cm (unframed). It is made from 5 pieces of paper bonded together into one single frame.
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