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Amigaworld.net News   Amigaworld.net News : Amiga Ascii Art Special Exhibition – Open Now!
   posted by spotUP on 19-Aug-2013 15:54:41 (2162 reads)
This year at the PLATINE – Cologne we are holding an Amiga Ascii Art Special Exhibition at the Zoo Schänke. In cooperation with Orkan Meydan we will compile these textmode-graphics from various artists and visualize them in a new way. By using various printing techniques we will transform these nostalgic artworks into the reality and introduce them to the public in individual ways – from letters to characters up to complete comic-stories and abstract wild-styles.

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What are the roots of the Amiga-Ascii-Scene, what are these logos being used for, where do we still find areas of application these days? In cooperation with the Amiga-Ascii-Collective diViNE sTYLERs and the Amiga-Demogroup Up Rough, supported by the Portal aSCIIaRENA.com, Orkan Meydan presents a journey through the history of an almost forgotten, but by no means dead artform from its beginnings to the present.

Featuring 6 Artists from Germany, Sweden and Finland.

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