What an unusual picture Happy WW! and thanks for the usual link up :-)
I haven't seen one of those in so many Yeeeeeaaaaarrrrrssss, thought I was looking at an ornament :) I'm so thrilled we have word processors these days, the only thing worse than my typing is my memory that by the time I got done erasing my mistakes I would forget what I wanted to write in the first place LOL
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It was lucky that your post was not rubbed away.
I used to have one of these in my school box. How come kids today don't use them?
Cute, and very symbolic :)I also like the architecture of the plaza and the reflections in the window.
i am lost :( i could not recognize what it represents, very interesting structure though
Funky! I like it!
interesting looking structure.
Stevebethere: Years ago this was just a typewriter eraser and now it's called fine art. :)Sukhmandir Kaur: I remember using it to erase and put a hole in the paper. I haven't seen one of these for years either. It could be a collector's item now.Liz: Thanks for visiting!Oilerblue: I think it was used for typewriting mistakes and not too many people use typewriters these days. I started using White-Out when these erasers left behind too many particles.Catsynth: The sculpture doesn't seem to fit the skyline, but it certainly is unique.Betchai: It was an eraser people used to use decades ago to erase typing errors on typewriters. The brush was used to remove all the little particles the eraser left behind. Now someone created a giant sculpture of it.Jo: Thanks for visiting!Life Ramblings: Yes, from a common office supply item to a fine art sculpture.
What the hell is a typewriter???
Ryan: Here's what the dictionary says a typewriter is... "a keyboard machine for writing mechanically in characters resembling print." Most kids born in the last decade or so probably never seen one.
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