PETSCII houndstooth pattern printed from C64 to Okimate printer by Paul Rickards (@paulrickards).
Flan con napalm, a new book by Borja Crespo and Raquel Meyers.
Ads in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1873-1874 found by Paul Soulellis. ASCII advertising was quite popular at the time, and these are almost like concrete poetry advertising?
ASCII cover by Erik Jäähalli for his split cassette with Flacid: Analog space music 4 aliens.
The Osage City Free Press, Kansas, April 26, 1888
Yet another type dude.
ASCII art by Frederick Hammersley, 1969. Made on an IBM-computer (which used EBCDIC and not ASCII encoding), and:
The alphanumeric characters we could ‘draw’ with were: the alphabet, ten numerals and eleven symbols, such as periods, dashes, slashes, etc….
h/t: Robert Doerfler
ANSI & ASCII art printed (as text) on a standard receipt printer, thanks to Burps/FUEL. Full video.
“A dude”, 1886. Published in the poetry section of the January issue of The Undergraduate, Middlebury’s newspaper. Source, via.
Chariton Courier, Keytesville, Missouri, December 23, 1904
Hey let’s call this the first Unicode art because it combines “emojis” and typographical characters?
Written graphics from 1892. First two by T.F. Adams, the next one by Frank Baunelle, and the final one by an unknown artist. via James Ryan.