Colourized ASCII art at NASA using an IBM System/370 in 1981, via. Or… EBCDIC art?

Computer – Come and Dance (1977). ASCII art in the disco era. Includes the hit Nobody loves a computer because a computer does not dance. h/t: David Viens.

(First?) conversion from video to variable font text mode. Made by Toshi Omagari, via @pixelambacht.

ASCII skull tattoo by Chris Sanford.

A2 PETSCII-poster by Tommi Musturi available here. Comes with an SD-card with music by Goto80 and Josh Bailey.

Notation (?) for Yannis Xenakis’ Le Diatope from 1978 that merges sound, light, color and architecture during live performances. h/t Tim Koch

   

Mupid was an Austrian videotex terminal that was also a programmable computer. It supported text graphics with custom fonts, pixel and vector graphics with 4096 colours, and telesoftware. More info here, here and here. h/t: Tim Koch

Works by MuirMcNeil, a British design agency.