Guns n farts.

tele F.A.T.
Release early, often and in text-mode!
At ALT CPH in Fabrikken during the Copenhagen Art Week.
Special thanks to Geraldine Juárez.

-=[ skeletons ]=- 10/98 by Joan Stark

From the Isfahan Royal Mosque in Iran, built in the 1600s. It’s on UNESCO’s list of world heritages. 

Stork by asciiart (2012)

Joe Zucker, famous for painting on cotton balls. Showing in New York for another week.

The earliest preserved example of typewriter art was made in 1898 by a woman named Flora Stacey. Her framed picture of a butterfly was published in the October 15th, 1898, edition of Pitman’s Phonetic Journal.

GIFs made from the excellent AVG 5.0 Virus Demo Payloads video: 15 minutes of MS DOS viruses.

via windowshighasfuck

Franklin D. Roosevelt by Roger Van Braekel.

Made 800 years ago by the Pueblo peoples. The style has been called Mesa Verde Black-on-White, and Snowflake Black-on-White (not sure if it’s the same thing?).

Sources: 1 / 2 / 3

Robots by Flix, in Venezuela.


 15th Century BOOK OF HOURS – Heart-Shaped When Opened

The little book of hours of Amiens Nicolas Blairie, carefully written on a thin Ruling rose, but modestly decorated with some original illuminations in ink (folio 29), has the curious shape of an almond when it is closed. When it opens, the two halves of the almond bloom to fit the contours of a heart, concrete evocation of the heart of the person praying the prayer that opens.

876 by François Van Damme, 2013. h/t @minusbaby.

EDTA (1986-1996) Minitel Micro-serveurs for Amstrad, via

Teletext graphics by Horsenburger for Mistigris 1117. If you wanna support probably the most active teletext artist, check out his Patreon.

PETSCII snow animation by fakewaffles.

Antique Rebozo Colored with Natural Dyes from Puebla Textiles at the Arts Cooperative “Siuamej”.

漫画「羊のうた」のキャラクタ 千砂その2 by Ugeoさん