Using Typewriter art as an inspiration to introduce text into the final artworks will enable a variety of narrative to be introduced into the artworks in a visually dynamic fashion – more news to follow.
Since 1867 typewriters have been used for creating visual art.[better source needed] The oldest known preserved example of typewriter art is a picture of a butterfly made in 1898 by Flora Stacey. Typewriter portraits by Hobart Reese gained attention in 1922. Typewriter art was also called keyboard art. In the 1954 short filmStamp Day for Superman, typewriter art was a feature of the plot.