A C64-tracker on a shirt with a QR-code that points to a music album: Shirbum. Made by PET.CORP and Goto80. Available here.

1 year of PETSCII-bots in 4,5 seconds by Cal Skuthorpe.

Nail’s ANSI-version of Tom Waits’ Bone Machine album cover, via sixteencolors.

By Daniel Givens. Interactive 3D-version available here.

From Betathing‘s ASCII video for The Working Man by Goto80. Full video here.

ANSI by Misfit & The Creep Fever, 2018. 225 characters wide. Original image from 16colors, found via their Instagram.

PETSCII-works by Adrien Tison.

In 1995 some countries started to broadcast a new British teletext protocol called level 2.5. Likely inspired by the French Antiope standard, it had more colours (4016 instead of 7) and redefinable characters. Few people ever saw it, because if your TV didn’t support it you would just see the classic level 1.

But now ZXGuesser has extracted level 2.5 teletext data from VHS-tapes and figured out how to display it. So the first image shows level 2.5 and the second shows level 1, both taken from this tweet.