You're here > Home > News > UX & Web Design Interview with a Teletext artist We discuss with appeal of teletext art – and how you can start creating it – with artist Dan Farrimond. By Neil Bennett | on August 21, 2013 Share Share Read next Creating art from Ceefax at the International Teletext Art Festival 5 ways to incorporate Bauhaus graphic design in your work 10 powerful ways to depict pride in your work 86 Best Photoshop tutorials 10 brilliant visual ways to show curiosity – and inspire it Design Trends 2018: 28 leading designers, creative directors & illustrators tell us what’s inspiring them for the year ahead Comments anon said: People like to insult kids in the 90s saying they where all stuck on their computers NO! I was using teletext when I was a child in the 90s. I didn't have the internet I wasn't even interested in it. So please for once shut up. anon said: and Baby Boomers and Gen Xs always cyber bully millennials anyway. I'm not narcissistic, I'm not glued to my phone (can I have some super glue to glue myself to my phone), we live with our parents big deal what if we have disabilities like seizures? or maybe I've got an uncle who is a Baby Boomer who always lived with his mum.