“Type Bar” – Is spray paint on canvas by me as a tribute to the typewriter.  The piece measures 24″ x 18″ and is ready to hang.  It comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity by me.

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"Type Bar" By Ray Ferrer 24" x 18" Mixed Media on Canvas

“Type Bar”
By Ray Ferrer
24″ x 18″
Mixed Media on Canvas

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Comments
  1. Fantastic! My fav so far…

  2. Fantastic piece. To echo another of your commenters: As a writer, this piece immediately charmed me. I’d love to have a print to frame and hang in my office, but when I checked your Etsy shop there were only mousepads…maybe you could keep a list of the number of writers who comment, and come out with prints when it becomes financially feasible? My thanks for yet another picture that ‘sings in the memory’ (as Khayyam would say).

  3. Passenger says:

    This was so wonderful to see. reminds me of my mom’s typewriter. I can hear the clinks, clanks, & chinhgs as I type. Thank for the fond memory.

  4. Sandra says:

    Your art is incredible. I particularly liked this one. Brings back fond memories of plugging way learning to use the darn thing.

  5. sudebaker says:

    As a writer, this resonated with me 🙂 Happy creating

  6. allesistgut says:

    You are an awesome artist. Never seen such pieces of art before.

  7. This is beautiful….

  8. Leo says:

    That’s wonderful art !!!

  9. Piscis says:

    Thaaaaaaat is cool.

  10. Awww…. this is cute

  11. kledonne says:

    Reblogged this on Kate LeDonne and commented:
    This is fabulous! Guaranteed to be coveted by writers everywhere:)

  12. kelihasablog says:

    Wow… what detail… You are truly amazing! 😀

  13. Reblogged this on annjohnsonmurphreeauthor and commented:
    A great talent, I start my day with checking this site. AJM

  14. 1smleonard says:

    Your artwork is amazing. I like it all, seriously, especially the old typewriter painting. My character, Joe Climax, actually writes on an old typerwriter that’s wired into a computer. So I’ll be stopping by to see what’s up.

  15. blooper0223 says:

    Reblogged this on Serenity is a fuzzy belly and commented:
    This is so worth sharing. Ray Ferrer does amazing things with spray paint. This particular piece struck a chord with me because I’m in journalism (and yes, I’m old enough to remember laying out pages by hand in high school) and I have many fond memories of the old manual typewriters in my life. I can’t count the number of times I stuck a finger in front of the strike plate to “tattoo” a letter on that finger. Good times …
    While I can’t afford it (journalists aren’t exactly rolling in dough), I really hope someone buys it as it deserves a place of honor. And I’m kinda hoping Ray will decide to use it in his next batch of T-shirt screenprints (that I could do!).

  16. Tucson Blonde says:

    One of my personal favorites!

  17. stormy1812 says:

    i love typewriters, they’re so cool. your portrayal of them is awesome also. black and white is just perfect for it too.

  18. silversun008 says:

    That’s pretty cool!

  19. gooc8480 says:

    great feeling of depth perception I dig it.

  20. Amazing, as always.

  21. spaghettisquiggles says:

    This is amazing!

  22. miso808 says:

    So many of us remember these and so many look at the antique.. lol

  23. blooper0223 says:

    Gorgeous — I so wish I could afford it. Having worked in journalism for the past 20 years, I have a special love for the typewriter, and this just makes me happy.

    • stormy1812 says:

      ditto! im a reporter for a small weekly paper and i love typewriters; i’d love to have a typewriter and turntable should i ever get vinyl – would make my day. 🙂

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