A Different ASCII Calendar

This would make the job of the calendar itself much easier but, how useful is it? Maybe it doesn’t matter these days with most people having mobile phones. I do think this is the style I could work with to create an ASCII art calendar for each month. It’s an idea I’ve had on the back burner for awhile. Source: Calendar 2012 on Behance

A Sophisticated Plain Text Profile


The site opens with an ASCII font header.

Then there are some images. I especially like the globe and the other looks like a flying saucer hovering over the ground. (Put your own spin on it). globeasciiart

I like these because they are more than the line ASCII art I make. These are code, a programming language, as images. If you know the program you would be able to read the language.


At the bottom of the site, a footer created with an ASCII art photograph (colour added) and plain text used for links to social media and email. Then a logo in text and his name. I like it, a sophisticated site.

Via: aem1k.com