Susan Kare: Apple Macintosh Icon Prints by The Original Apple Icon Designer
And well, these prints just sum up how I remembering spending my late teens playing with my friends Apple Macintosh Classic, and Commodore 64 of course, and they deserve a constant presence in the spot-light.
For those that didn’t know: Susan Kare is a gifted designer, “a pioneering and influential computer icongrapher…”, originally tasked with creating the first graphical icons for the Apple Macintosh as well as many other leading software companies.
There is a wonderful selection of these limited edition, and numbered, Apple Macintosh icon prints available for sale in four sizes. I have ordered several for my newly decorated studio and will have them hanging over my desk.
Here are some of the Macintosh icons Susan famously crafted for Apple, Inc.
Wikipedia: Susan Kare (/ˈsuːzən
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Date of PublicationFirst Published on: 2019/10/08 and Updated on: 2020/01/22
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