The "New Yorker"
Art Deco Keyboard

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This keyboard features a mix of polished brass and aluminum in a stepped, layered, Art Deco style which was inspired loosely by the Deco design of the Chrysler Building. The name has a bit of a double meaning because in addition to the Chrysler Building being in New York and acting as an iconic symbol of the city, "New Yorker" is also the name of a model of Chrysler car.

Please see the video "fly-over" at the bottom of the page for a better representation of the shimmer and shine on this keyboard.

Video "fly-over"


You may also be interested in my first Deco keyboard, named simply,
"The Datamancer Deco"

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