From Delaware’s Kiss before dying series (2005).
…new year? London public transport, 2008. Photo: Jonty Wareing
Poster with all 51,980 characters of Unicode 5.0 (2007). By Johannes Bergerhausen, Siri Poarangan & Wenzel Spingler for the decodeunicode project.
"World’s Largest Lite-Brite." by Mark Beekman (2007).
Measuring approximately 5 feet tall by 10 feet wide, over 125,000 original Lite-Brite pegs were used to recreate a 1:9 scale of Leonardo DaVinci’s “Last Supper.”
web-based Lite-Brite experiment by Type Theory (2009)
ASCII stereograms by David B. Thomas and Jonathan Bowen respectively. Cross your eyes so the two O’s at the top form a 3, and you get 3D.
Mike Wazowski from Monsters, Inc (2001), via pixcam.
Source code for converting text into ASCII stereograms. The source code itself is a also stereogram (cross your eyes to get 3D-effect).
Hermannn2 by Immanuel Hermann, 2001.
London Midland public transport ascii art. Photo by Frankie Roberto.
ascii animals by Sebastian Stöcker aka SSt (2000-2005)
Crafted Worlds by Per Fhager (2008-2013) at steneprojects.se (Stockholm).
Thanks to Geraldine Juárez for the tip.
7 Years Later & we Still Loves You by Dino (2002)
Dwarf Fortress or Slaves to Armok: God of Blood Chapter II: Dwarf Fortress (Tarn Adams, 2006), is a part roguelike, part city-building freeware video game set presented in text-only Code page 437 graphics, in various colors.