Olivetti Valentine Typewriter
Introduced in 1969, the Olivetti Valentine Typewriter became the “anti-thesis” of typewriters. It’s bright red body, orange spools and easy-to-carry case catered to unconventional travelers, poets and writers who preferred to work outside the traditional workspace.
Makes functionality, well, fun.
Though now a vintage piece of machinery, the Valentine is still fully functional as a writing tool and a design icon. A part of the MoMA's permanent collection, It’s classic design was bold both then and now. Placed next to an iPad, you'll have a hard time resisting the click of it's keys.