A Guide to Computing
Photographer James Ball was granted access to the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park where he captured some of the earliest computers in existence. Ball's photos were then handed off to production studio Ink where they were able to restore the computers via digital retouching to their original form. These images transform these archaic machines and turn them into what look like contemporary sculptures. Ironically, none of these computers have enough memory to store their own portraits.