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  • Ivan S

    Calculator old school

  • Sarah Taylor

    Mechanical calculators are opened to reveal their incredibly complex analog innards in a fascinating photo series by photographer Kevin Twomey. The calculators in the series, most of which are from...

  • Inspiration Grid

    Low Tech: Photos Series by Kevin Twomey

  • . Foakes

    antique adding machines by kevin twomey, all his work is amazing!

  • shane walter

    They may seem like Rube Goldberg machines today, but mechanical adding machines were considered the closest thing to computers not long ago: heaps of gears, levers, and springs engineered to do the work of a 3 dollar calculator. The San Francisco–based photographer Kevin Twomey has produced a wonderful series of these mechanical relics, selected from a collector’s private stash.

  • Atsushi Tadokoro

    The Crazily Complex Innards Of Antique Adding Machines | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

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