There is a shared pact among the creatives I know that despite the overwhelming convenience of digital, there is an obvious lack of reality to our creations. Everything is shot, processed, laid out, margined, justified, reshot, recropped and rexported numerous times until it's final form is achieved.
But no matter how far we've come, there is that yearning at times to draw back from the endlessly perturbed pixels and get down to the film, paper, canvas or grain. To see a print form under the red light of a darkroom or to fling the last drops of paint and finish a work.
And in the case of Janin Vangool (creator, designer and publisher of Uppercase media), her draw is the Typewriter. She likes them so much she made an overwhelmingly exhaustive and extremely lovely book about them.