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Photographer James Ball (AKA. Docubyte) captured ten historic computers at the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park, and the images were then retouched by Ink Studio. This collection is part of a greater body of work capturing the look of 1960’s mainframe computers.

The entire collection of photos are available to view on Behance. Docubyte will sell prints of the resulting images soon.