Every since the Radiohead song of the same name popped up in my iTunes shuffle today, I’m feeling the telex love. Above is the Siemens T100 machine which, if anyone is wondering what to get my for my birthday, this would be it 😊
Another shot of the T100.
A Siemens and Halske “fast-acting type printing telegraph; average 2000 characters in a minute” from 1905.
And a German stamp from 1953 celebrating the telex.
Some renderings of the upcoming White Noise Boutique, including cabinets, shelving, and other furniture.
Designing some small chair/stools today; will be CNC-cut from birch plywood and used in a performance with human computers.
An old Cray supercomputer, now a bench in Linköping University (via Wikipedia).
What I’d like my studio to look like (via Core77).
A machine that makes adhesive thread-wound joints by Anton Alvarez, who also sublet his time at the Royal College of Art (via Make).
Beautifully-handled (no pun intended) handle from the Oro Bookshelf by Boston-based NADAAA.
Armadillo chair by Baltasar Portillo (via and interview at GPI Design)
A hollow, geode-like table by designer Yael Zwickel.
Wood Cast Table by Hilla Shamia, via Core77