Kumoji bomb cyclone (Buzzwords 2012) by asciiart.

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

Data3000 by 2a0x = NES-music by Henry Homesweet released on cassette/Bandcamp by digdugDIY.

Ceremonial Mantle Sihuas Valley, Nasca region, Peru 200 B.C. – 400 A.D.?

“Rödbroka”  designed by Ann-Mari Forsberg in 1944.

INTERNATIONAL TELETEXT ART FESTIVAL ITAF2014  in ARD Text (p.850 ->), ORF TELETEXT and ORF III Teletext (p. 470 ->), SWISS TELETEXT (p.750 ->) and arte Teletext (p.700 ->)
14th august -14th September 2014
participating artists:
Nadine Arbeiter, Kim Asendorf, Michaël Borras a.k.a Systaime, Max Capacity, Paul B. Davis, Maria Duncker, Dragan Espenschied, Dan Farrimond, Kathrin Günter, Anne Horel, Brendan Howell, Francis Hunger, Juha van Ingen, Marc Lee, Jürg Lehn, LIA, Raquel Meyers, Erkka Nissinen, Rich Oglesby, Seppo Renvall, Alex Rich, Jarkko Räsänen, Amanda Siegel and Kari Yli-Annala

By v5mt, 2010

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‘Five Choirs’ (1928) by Gunta Stölzl. ’Bauhaus : art as Life’ at Barbican.

RTTY by SKIP, K0ARG.

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Kim Asendorf, an interactive artist from Kassel, Germany, has just released the first version of ONull, a new tool for vectorizing raster graphics.

ITAF 2013 In SWISS TELETEXT page 750

Participating artists: LIA, Manuel Knapp, UBERMORGEN, Daniel Egg, Marc Lee, Raquel Meyers, Kathrin Günter, Max Capacity, Dragan Espenschied, Jarkko Räsänen, Seppo Renvall, Juha van Ingen, Cordula Ditz, John Lawrence and Goto80.

Los Prismos Basálticos, Mexico. Nature goes blocky.

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By Revok.

Praça dos Restauradores (Lisbon). The square is dedicated to the restoration of the independence of Portugal in 1640. Photo by Simon Zino.

Screenshots from games and stuff made in the MS DOS-software ZZT, published in 1991. All images from the tumblr Worlds of ZZT.

By CTRL+C & CTRL+V (2006)

Programming in hieroglyphics using Haskell and Unicode. By Nadim Kobeissi.

Programs that look good. From the Temple of Code By Nikon/Dekadence, 2013/14.