Guy de Cointet – Deep in the vast heart of Africa (1978).
Yarn Drawing No. 16 by Sonya Rapoport and Charles Simmonds, 1976.
“Rapoport imposed what she called a “feminist art language code” on salvaged mainframe printouts, stitching them together like pieces of a patchwork quilt with rainbow yarn that she laced through the paper’s pinfeed holes.” >> artinprint
Vera Molnar, Lignes parallèles (Cycle ‘A la recherche de Paul Klee’), 1971, Centre Pompidou, Paris (photo: Georges Meguerditchian) via writing-machines
The first image shows a ROM-dump of the font in the legendary terminals VT100 and VT220. The second image is a representation of how they appear on screen. The difference is more than just aspect ratio. Look at letters like q and p: pixels are sometimes doubled, sometimes tripled. The fascinating explanation is here.