From MAD Magazine, 1965. via rainemanisfake
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
Computer – Come and Dance (1977). ASCII art in the disco era. Includes the hit Nobody loves a computer because a computer does not dance. h/t: David Viens.