Tag Archives: 2000s

Amiga ASCII by Dino, while he was in the infamous Skywalkers graffiti crew. From various collies 2000-2002.

Zapzilla is a teletext browser for Linux, Solaris and FreeBSD. It lets you browse and save teletext pages, and supports all the (WST) graphics standards and character sets. Also adds features like clickable links. It was mainly developed by Michael H. Schimek in the 2000’s.

Vietnamese teletext character set made by Colin Hinson at Europe Technologies. This seems to have been for the first Vietnamese teletext service, Vitek, in 2004. The photo was taken before all the characters were finished.

The Vietnamese script needs at least 134 additional letters to ASCII, which has lead to solutions like VISCII and VSCII in the past. Hinson describes the process in detail here, but it seems like they simply removed enough characters to make it work. :-)

De la Lorraine animation for Musée de la Cour d’Or by Philippe Apeloig, 2004.

More Apeloig posts

ASCII-works by Andreas Freise (a:f), 2000-2002.

MZ-700 graphics made in 2008-2009 by Ugeo, who writes about each image here and here.

By Absent Spinsister, 2000-2004. The last one is a collaboration with Ansichrist. More Spinsister at sixteencolors.

χχχ-rated MZ-700 graphics made in 2007 by Ugeo, who writes about each image here.

Works by Abstrakt, Alla Xul, Alpha Omega, Crasher, H7 & Devil Angel, Pix, Podsi and Shrimp, released by the 123 ASCII/ANSI group 2002-2004.