figlet display large characters made up of ordinary screen characters.
toilet display large colourful characters
Although, the command names; figlet and toilet looks meaning less (or misleading), they are short form for Frank, Ian and Glen’s letters and The Other Implementation’s letters, respectively.
Monday, November 23, 2009
Cowsay generates an ASCII picture of a cow saying something provided by the user. If run with no arguments, it accepts standard input, word-wraps the message given at about 40 columns, and prints the cow saying the given message on standard output.