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This category is for art thats not quite ASCII art as we know it in the ASCII newsgroup and on the email lists, etc. This is sometimes the art used on AOL chatrooms where the font is Ariel 10pts, instead of a fixed width font. Also, as with the colourized ASCII art the standard keyboard characters are not the only characters used. To save confusion I have put all the art called: ANSI art, HTML art, text art and macro art in a category by themselves.
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Artpacks act as an archive of the BBS, ANSI and ASCII art scenes, from 1990 to present. Artpacks are recognized as one of the primary reasons that the early computer art scene is so well preserved and documented in relation to other underground computer scenes at the time.
What is special about this kind of art? All of it is made of text which can be found on the keyboard. You can just copy and paste this into AOL chat and it will be shown.
Text and pixel artist. Based in the UK.
BBC Micro and retro art.
Early example of digital computer graphics from 1965. May have paved the way for modern day scanners.
Personal site and technical blog. Interests: ANSI Art, DNS, NetBSD, OpenBSD, security, and text mode.
Facebook page for the ANSI, ASCII and Japanese text art group.
Pop culture fan and teletext pixel art. Plymouth, England.
Chris DeRobertis text and visual art. Visual/ concrete poetry.
A multifaceted art group: ANSi, ASCii, PETSCii, and pixel art in upcoming packs.
Text art by gfascii. Created by tracing original art to create a copy of the image in text.
A large ASCII mosaic constructed of tiny plastic letter bricks.
A visual and interactive teletext history.
Public domain, computer generated text art.
A collection of text graphics and related works, stretching back thousands of years. Textiles, BBS-graphics, poetry, mosaic, typography. Collected by Raquel Meyers and Goto80.
Archives of various 1980s BBSs.
Creating pictures made from text. Using your photo and your text designers will create a personalized work of art called a Text-o-graph.
Hashtag feed for teletext art on Twitter.
A central UTF-8 repository of Unicode art (which also automatically includes all 7-bit ASCII art), in an effort to further popularize the use of Unicode to strengthen multi-cultural computing internationally.
Text art and graphic design, photography, and hand fabricated works. Huntsville, Ontario.
Text art and graphic design, photography, and hand fabricated works. Huntsville, Ontario.
A multifaceted art group: ANSi, ASCii, PETSCii, and pixel art in upcoming packs.
BBC Micro and retro art.
Text and pixel artist. Based in the UK.
Pop culture fan and teletext pixel art. Plymouth, England.
Public domain, computer generated text art.
Text art by gfascii. Created by tracing original art to create a copy of the image in text.
Personal site and technical blog. Interests: ANSI Art, DNS, NetBSD, OpenBSD, security, and text mode.
Hashtag feed for teletext art on Twitter.
A visual and interactive teletext history.
Facebook page for the ANSI, ASCII and Japanese text art group.
Archives of various 1980s BBSs.
Artpacks act as an archive of the BBS, ANSI and ASCII art scenes, from 1990 to present. Artpacks are recognized as one of the primary reasons that the early computer art scene is so well preserved and documented in relation to other underground computer scenes at the time.
Chris DeRobertis text and visual art. Visual/ concrete poetry.
Creating pictures made from text. Using your photo and your text designers will create a personalized work of art called a Text-o-graph.
A collection of text graphics and related works, stretching back thousands of years. Textiles, BBS-graphics, poetry, mosaic, typography. Collected by Raquel Meyers and Goto80.
A central UTF-8 repository of Unicode art (which also automatically includes all 7-bit ASCII art), in an effort to further popularize the use of Unicode to strengthen multi-cultural computing internationally.
A large ASCII mosaic constructed of tiny plastic letter bricks.
What is special about this kind of art? All of it is made of text which can be found on the keyboard. You can just copy and paste this into AOL chat and it will be shown.
Early example of digital computer graphics from 1965. May have paved the way for modern day scanners.
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