Monday, August 22, 2016

Love Me Forever: Phoenix Type-In Ephemera Surrealist Poem

Hermes 3000 Nekkid-Riter
Today I was delighted to see Ted Munk's posting of typewritten ephemera from the 2016 gathering of the Typeratti in Phoenix, Arizona. This stuff is great because there's an element of randomness to it, as some people just type whatever comes to mind, along with typographical errors; and some more purpose-felt compositions. But there's also an element of surrealist poetry to the idea of collecting an assortment of semi-random writing, from a disparate swath of humanity, and finding some subconscious connection as it is assembled together.

Today I went through my man-bag, after having returned from the Type-In, and found that I had also collected a small sampling of such ephemera, which I am presenting herein. Since my Blogger template limits images to 650 pixels wide, I normally limit my images to that width; but I've decided to break the template in this case. Enjoy.


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Blogger Ted said...

Yay! more ephemera (:

12:45 PM  
Blogger Richard P said...

Good stuff.

7:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where else are you gonna find "financial crimes and lemonade stamd fraud". Neat.

4:46 AM  

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