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I wouldn't be so dismissive because he/she was right.
"ANSI art is a computer art form that was widely used at one time on BBSes. It is similar to ASCII art, but constructed from a larger set of 256 letters, numbers, and symbols. ANSI art is considerably more flexible than ASCII art, because the particular character set it uses contains symbols intended for drawing"
As for aging yourself, I still have a set of my first programs on punch cards. Maybe I can spray paint them, glue them to a board and make a dollar or two.
narquespamley wrote:Um, that would be ASCII art. And before that, there was ASCII backspace overstrike art on ASR-33 teletypes. Not that I'm old enough to remember or anything like that.
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spmcgivern wrote:Very reminiscent of the French street artist "Invader". He pasted up images from the game all over the world. Very famous.
That's exactly what I thought, it's so similar to some of his stuff that it must have been commissioned from him or it's a total bite.
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