Christopher Johnson’s ASCII Art Collection was revealed to the Internet in November of 1994, back when Netscape 1.0 was “soooo much better than Mosaic” and Internet Explorer didn’t exist yet. Here we are 11 years later, and if my web-server traffic statistics are any indication, ASCII art is more popular now than ever.
Shameless begging starts now: Running this site for the last 11 years hasn’t been cheap. I would like offer my most sincere thanks to those of you who have supported this site. If you find this site useful and/or entertaining and wish to support it yourself, I would ask that you please visit the sponsor from time to time as see what they have to offer. (I only get paid if you actually click the banner.)
For your convenience, ASCII Art files are available in both html and text formats. To get the html version, simply click the name of the file. To get the plain text version, click on the T to the left of each file.