Saturday, December 11, 2010

Aluminum Foil Typewriter

The Line Writer has been making collage art from found objects since early childhood. This is his latest creation, the chassis of which is built around a metal crayon box, the rest built up from aluminum foil, which his Grandma was more than happy to donate from the kitchen drawer supply. While it doesn't actually type, you'll be happy to know that the platen is removable, and it sports details like a black ribbon and type bars.

-Grandpa Joe

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Monday, November 29, 2010

The Cause for Old Memories

"Camera" by Noah Valencia

A Nice Day

"Landscape" by Noah Valencia

(A typecast from a few weeks back, during our wonderful Autumn weather)

Blast from the Past

(Grandpa Joe had mistakenly misplaced this typecast from last summer, so in the spirit of keeping warm on this cold day, here's a blast of warmth from July 2010)

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Blogging at the Flying Star


Sorry if it has felt like I had abandoned you, my fellow writer fans! It's that I have been busy with my new sister. Oh, I almost forgot my mom just had a little girl her name is "Indigo Lux". The time is 8:35 PM, we are at the Flying Star. Earlier we went to the Bio Park and the aquarium, we got to (see) a bunch of different bugs at the Bio Park too. I keep staring at "Heintz" ketchup bottle that is set at our table. Ahhh the grinding of coffee and sipping of it. I must pack up and end until next time I come back but for now I must think of my next devious story to talk about.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Breakfast & Books

The Line Writer and his Grandpa Joe went to breakfast at Winning Coffee, where they met Joe's friend Morgan Ibarra, the writer, who was clacking away on his typewriter, working on the sequel to his first novel "Scamming God".

Grandpa Joe asked The Line Writer to put some thoughts down on paper. And then Bradley, the bookseller, was setting up his display, and we had to look.

The Line Writer found this H.G. Wells book.

The happy customer, belly full.