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Blocks in two lines - filled

 

Shady

 

Splash

 

Pipes

 

Acrobats

 

Blackie

 

1st Grade

 

Bulbs

 

Horizon

 

Venom

 

Barcode

 

Graffity on wall

 

Hearts

 

Sticky glue

 

Blocks in One Line

 

Tiny - 2 Rows

 

3 Rows

 

Blurred Black

 

Text Faces

 

Flaming

 

Star-Spangled Banner / USA Flag

 

Graffity

 

Wet drops

 

Waving

 

Fading Matrix

 

Small Negative

 

Small Negative Filled
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Links

 

Tiny

 

Matchsticks

 

Double Struck

 

ABC

 

Bold

 

Meh

 

Bubbles

 

Squared

 

Outline

 

Melting

 

Horizon Overlapped

 

Seriff

 

Bricks

 

Dark with shadow

 

Ghost

 

3D Blocks

 

Black Outline

 

Fading

 

Caged

 

Caged - Rounded Edges

 

Blocks in two lines

 

Windy

 

Black 7

 

LED Matrix

 

Big Negative

 

Handwriting

 

Multiline ASCII Text Art Converter

Create graphic ASCII text art entering your input. The program will display your text in many styles instantly. Enter your text above to generate the effects.

They don't show correctly on your screen?

To make sure these ascii images show correctly on your website you have to fulfill the following conditions:

  • Monopace characters - In most font families the width of the letter I is narrower than a W or M. Make sure to use monospace characters that have the same width for each character, such as Courier or Lucida Console. Some effects still work on any font family and they can be freely used where you don't have access to change the font styles (eg. Facebook). Change the font dropdown to see how they look in various font-styles.
  • Line height - Most websites have a gap between the lines in the text. These ASCII arts look best if the line-height CSS property is as low as possible (equal to the font-size).
  • Word wrap - Make sure the long lines are not broken setting a word-break CSS property or setting a wide container with overflow: auto. Unfortunately we can't share too long texts on Facebook because the automatic word breaks.
  • HTML spaces and new lines - These ASCII arts often use consecutive spaces that are neglected in HTML markup. This is why it's recommended to put the whole string a <pre> tag or make sure to replace spaces with non-breaking space characters (&nbsp;) and line breaks with <br />. The online HTML editor will help you to convert to the correct markup with just a couple clicks.