The World’s Least Efficient Type Machine Takes 30 Minutes To Write A Single “A” | Co.Design

The machine is designer Sooji Lee’s attempt to bring craftsmanship back to the age of digital reproduction.

Press down a letter on your keyboard, and your computer will fill your screen with it, in any font you want. It’s a process we take for granted, says Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Sooji Lee, who wondered what it would take for a human to reproduce type—or at least one typeface, Bodoni—as reliably as a computer does.

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