I find your desk setup as captivating as your mystery brainstormer. More )of both) please.
Both the typewriters in the cupboard as well as the brainstormer are very interesting. I second Ton's opinion, show us more!
Dick's Lager works wonders. You have a really nice desk. Quite inviting and cozy looking.
Very nice desk and machines, indeed; but what intrigued me most was that semi-transparent paper you used. It reminds me of the kind of paper my dad used for archive copies in his job many years ago; it was a very light paper known as "onion paper", ideal for carbon copies; any info about it? I haven't seen that type of paper in decades, literally!
It's a very old box of Remtico "Superior Linen" legal paper. I also used it for my 21 questions.
That's a very nice pic. You won't see mine soon, it's too messy. My cluttered desk has the Adler Universal most of the time, but I do most of my typecasts on a lap desk.
A lovely place to work. Now, if I could only get some work done.
A top-notch cubbyhole to collect your thoughts to put on paper!