|Jul 26, 2011, 12:44 AM||#1|
No calculator on your iPad? Style it up with the Olivetti inspired Red Valentine
Olivetti designed many masterpieces in industry, but there is no question that the most iconic was the bright red colored Valentine portable typewriter released in 1969.
At that time there was no such concept as the mobile office. When the Valentine typewriter hit the streets, people rushed the stores to buy one. Suddenly it was the in thing. Light, fashionable and portable, you would see young romantics writing letters with their red Valentine’s in parks, out in the countryside, and from cafes, anywhere but in an office.
The Valentine became a star in the popular media when Richard Burton was photographed ariving at Heathrow Airport with the typewriter on one arm, and his wife Elizabeth Taylor on the other.
Mobile offices are now everywhere. Add a touch of retro 1970’s glamour to yours with this Red Valentine Calculator - a tribute to the original typewriter masterpiece by Ettore Sottsass.
View it in App Store
|Thread Tools||Search this Thread|
|thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|iPad Air 'Official' Valentine Wallpaper (Request)||HelixOmnimedia||Picture Gallery||2||Jan 31, 2014 07:49 PM|
|New Video of Assembled iPad 5 Enclosure Shows Smaller iPad Mini-Inspired Design||MacRumors||MacRumors.com News Discussion||111||Sep 8, 2013 09:55 AM|
|Pages: can't create character style whose only effect is to turn text red||e271||Mac Applications and Mac App Store||0||Mar 25, 2013 01:58 AM|
|Send Valentine's day e-cards with style!||ironsienna||iPhone and iPod touch Apps||0||Feb 14, 2013 04:24 AM|
All times are GMT -5. The time now is 11:12 AM.