Art by Katya Chong, on Twitter. More available via iTunes.
oiDorisGreetingcards Typewriter art shop on Etsy. From the Etsy shop I only know Doris is from northern England, UK.
Source: 13 Killer Halloween Cat Pumpkins - Mousebreath Magazine I saved this image last year with the plan to make something like it in ASCII art. Maybe I'll get it done this year. Time creeps up.
Emoticons leading to a dedicated signature. Using emoticons (text smileys) to create a character, Sigmund Freud, in this case.  A new way to use emoticons. This isn't something they could do so well with emojis.
Using and combining typographic elements in a sketch evoking a famous portrait is a form of optical illusion, the one we called "smiley" born under the tight limits of the ASCII characters in the infancy years and games of personal computing, which lent to smile through the sense of misappropriation, often vertical to horizontal that it conveyed, (and characterized as an art form during a bygone era: the smiley today have become a very compact micro animated representation inserted throughout the text, with the development of computer science).
Original link - Large collection of ASCII art. Still waiting for the dragon section to finish loading! (My original note when I found this in 2004). There is  big collection but it's not available without using the Wayback Machine now. I had contributed some of my own art here and it is still there. (Tends to happen on sites that wander off into never never land). Too bad. But, change is good too, sometimes.
Source - Yesterdays Print -  St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri, August 23, 1896.
Source: View Typewriter ASCII cards by guimon on Etsy I like them. I wonder if he will work on adding more colours. But, likely hard (very hard) to find anyone making fancier coloured typewriter ribbons. I do wonder what typewriter artists will do when the last ribbon dries up.