Those detailed portraits of women are designed manually with a typewriter. The artist from Kentucky, USA, Leslie Nichols is well-known for her works created only with typewriters. The series is known as Textual Portraits alludes to the idea that our lives are the creations of our minds. She shows images of contemporary women from classical social texts help visualize the historical context of American women’s lives. The uniformity of the typewriter’s character spacing makes a grid that she used to form visual patterns within a portrait. Follow her also on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.