Tag Archives: japan

The European font of the Sega SC-3000. Notice how curvy the full triangles and slashes are. Images from SMS Power and Saverio Russo.

Jindai moji, supposedly used in Japan in the 17th century, via @tkasasagi.

Sharp MZ-700 character sets (Japanese first, European second), from sharpmz.org. See sharpscii graphics here.

From an MZ-80 game by Hudson. Full video here.

“It’s summer so it’s high. I also want to play Hansen Hogan in a beer garden. Wah-ha ha ha! !” source

140asciiart has been posting tons of tweets lately, where しょぼーん (shobōn) is holding various things.

lavamposto:

#Repost @letterformarchive
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Toshihiki Shimizu, Six Meditations, Japan, 1969


#type #graphicdesign #typedesign #lettering

Line-drawings (a) converted by two ASCII-converters (b,c), by a new deep learning technique (d) and by “artist” (e). You can try the deep ASCII converter on the web and read the recently published article here. Or at Motherboard.

By Yaco (Tumblr). h/t Tim Koch.