There's Up, there's Shrek, and then there's...this. It's a bit of experimental computer animation of a cat done in Russia in 1968.
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
Intuitive Keira Rathbone uses old manual typewriters - some amazingly 70 years old - as a unique tool to draw portraits of people with astonishing accuracy. Working from her studio in Chiswick, London, and in locations throughout the city, Keira turns the platen to move the paper and selects different characters to make the shapes she wants.
Paul Smith, the Typewriter artist. Originally aired March-April of 1976 on KOIN-TV in Portland Oregon.
At-Large Reporter Ray Summers wrote and narrated. I shot, edited and selected the music. Ray learned about Paul from a newspaper feature in the Roseburg, Oregon newspaper. Ray and I roamed Southern Oregon for a week in February and dropped by the Roseburg nursing home one wintry morn. We were in and out in 90 minutes, but what we captured was an amazing story on many levels.
"John Stump has a curious talent for creative applications of music notation. He had worked in the field of “music engraving” for most of his life, beginning in 1967, and I remember looking with fascination at his “music typewriter” in his office in my grandmother’s garage."
I’m pleased to announce the release of my minimalist ANSi and ASCii based themes for Chrome and Chromium. I kept everything simple on purpose, as the default theme is very clean, nice, and efficient : these two themes just aim to give a discreet text mode feeling to everyday life browsing, nothing more, nothing less.
The color differences from the original theme can be seen in the status and download bars as well as in the detached bookmarks bar (where I used color #07 (light gray) from the ANSI / EGA palette) and in the text links where color #08 (dark gray) was used.