理世X智乃 by 迴旋踢. Original ANSI + Google-translated.

Perl-animation from 93-94. via

Theo van Doesburg / Girl Knitting on the Harbor 1918 (?).
charcoal and gouache on paper

Dragan Espenschied:

My Modern Talking teletext page on a classy CRT TV, broadcasted by a cranky device in the possession of @raquelmeyers

lookingforeverland:

Encore une fois, ”l’essentiel est invisible pour les yeux.”

Breezeblocks, via ritahello.

Torbjörn Johansson has worked with teletext news for almost 40 years at SVT Text. It is still used by 21% of Swedes – every day.

Taken from an interesting article about Torbjörn here.

Rug by Pierre Cardin, Origin: Spain, Circa: Early 20th Century, via

Harley 1861, f. 307 Carmina figurata from the British Library.

Japanese Cookie (1992), also known as Japanese Xmas.Cookie, Virus.DOS.Christmas.653, or just JapaneseCookie) is a variant of the Japanese Christmas DOS virus.

Tonina – ruins from the Maya civilization. Not sure what this is supposed to mean, but it seems important!

The Grecas contain a message from the ancients or the gods, perhaps even Quetzalcoatl himself. / The corners add up to 28, which was interpreted as linking it with a 28-day lunar calendar used at one time by the Maya. / The secret pattern in the Grecas becomes evident when the photograph is cropped to remove the steps, as seen below. The left and right sides appear aligned to form an “X.”

apingaround:

Space Invaders

Georg Philipp Harsdörffer (1607-1668)

Pipe of Picard by Electric/Extend. C64 PETSCII.

Typing portraits with a Monotype, 1939. Full clip here.

By CTRL+C & CTRL+V (2012)

Video by Erik Nilsson & Joakim Alstorp, music by Frak (2010). 

Flow Festival in Helsinki has its page on teletext!

Photo and h/t: Ceephax acid crew