PEACE AND AFTER's Latest Release Utilizes ASCII Coding

Bringing back the retro character encoding standard used for electronic communication.

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Continuing its retro inspirations, PEACE AND AFTER latest release is centered around ASCII coding.

Abbreviated from American Standard Code for Information Interchange, the character encoding standard for electronic communication was used to represent text in computers, telecommunications equipment. and other devices. First developed and published in 1963, ASCII coding is now largely replaced by Unicode but its importance has yet to be lost.

Celebrating the seminal piece of computing, PEACE AND AFTER has put together two crewneck sweater designs available in black and white color options. Leading the set is the signature logo sweatshirt which reimagines the PEACE AND AFTER logo in ASCII, while the other design uses the coding to intricately depict a tiger underscored by a bold branding hit. Each sweater comes complete with a rubber PEACE AND AFTER patch on the left arm and an elongated patch sewn with subtle branding at the bottom.

The ASCII Coding Crewneck Sweaters are set to release on PEACE AND AFTER’s website December 12, 12 p.m. JST (December 11, 10 p.m. EST).

 

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