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Text art pictures created with basic keyboard characters in fixed width fonts. http://asciiartist.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/ASCII-Artist-ldb/634101266637391
Curated by Laura Brown
The typewriter’s letters are uniform in width. This led to experiment with the machine as an object to produce art. Concrete poetry used the typewriter extensively, as demonstrated by Alan Riddell’s book Typewriter Art (1975, London Magazine editions). From that volume come these illustrations. The first by Richard Kostelanetz (1970), called Mullions. The next by Timm Ulrichs (1962) called Typotexture.
Finally Alan Riddell’s Two Flags (1968).
.nfo (also written .NFO or NFO, a contraction of "info", or "information") is a commonly used three-letter filename extension of ASCII or extended ASCII text files that accompany other files and contain information about them. Such NFO files can be viewed with text editors or dedicated NFO viewers. They commonly also contain elaborate ASCII art.
This website is completely dedicated to the anything and everything related to Text and ASCII. We strongly believe that ASCII is far from dead. It has a very faithfull user base that just can't seem to get tired of that good old text screen. With today's OS, this definition of ASCII extends to more than the classic DOS Operating System. Basically any OS that has a Console window destined to be treated as a text based application fits in the Text/ASCII definition. Things don't stop at Operating Systems. Here's a list of everything you can expect to find here, at ASCII-World.