Key to communication
copyright 2007 Jeff Ball
The configuration of the original typewriters has given us an essential tool for everyone to communicate with each other. We have learned the letters and their locations so that we can write without ever looking at the keys themselves. We have developed muscle memory and never have to think about where the keys are located. Our minds can wander as out fingers record our thoughts. This classic typewriter creates nostalgia in an object that we use in every day life
Jeff Ball is a photographer living in Denver, Colorado since 1996. He is originally from Toledo, Ohio where he got an early start photographing with his fatherís vintage Canon camera. During his extensive travels throughout Europe, Jeff found his true passion for photography. He developed a style of shooting unique perspectives and unusual subject matter. He focused on the details of life and shot with a philosophy that art is in everything and itís up to us to stop and notice it. In 2002, alongside five other Denver artists, Jeff founded The Other Side Arts, a nonprofit organization dedicated to offering art opportunities to artists and other under served populations.
Unsure of which side to choose on the debate of whether life...
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