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In this technological age, the logos for the top internet and social media sites have become as recognizable as the McDonald’s golden arches. Graphic Designer Alejo Malia has created a line of illustrations that feature each of technology’s big boys in a caricature of their product. Which one is your favorite? Check out more of Malia’s designs on his website. [Read more...]
As sleek and clean as Apple products are, you can’t really blame people for trying to spice things up a little. With nothing but a partially eaten apple engraved into all of their products there is plenty of room for a creative mind to add its own finishing touches. These 25 creative Macbook skins are some of the most clever ways to personalize your Macbook. [Read more...]
It could be the largest collection of Apple products outside of the USA. Located in Russia, an avid collector by the name of Andrei Antonov has been collecting Apple computers, devices and other miscellaneous paraphernalia for over 30 years. His collection is impressive, almost as much as his passion for anything Apple produces. [Read more...]
Oh the 80s… so wonderful and so completely regrettable. Check out these examples from Apple’s foray into the fashion world from somewhere about 1986. Baggy sweatshirts? Elastic waisted nylon pants? Bodacious graphic design? Check, check and check. We can guarantee any of these designs would put you in the top slot at your next 80s party costume contest… you can’t beat the lethal combination all-out tech nerdery and, like, totally rad style! [Read more...]
Currently exhibiting at Museum für Kunst Und Gewerbe Hamburg in Germany, an intriguing new show features a retrospective look at the vast collection of the industrial design works Jonathan Ive has created for Apple throughout the years. So vast in fact, that they claim to be showcasing every product Apple has created under Ive. Along with the extensive and sometimes rather obscure collection of products, the museum takes a deeper look into the cultural aspects of the designs and the process behind the design of Apple products. [Read more...]
Whether you’re an Apple fan or not, it’s hard to deny the massive amount of technological hits the company has been able to create in the last 30 years. From the Lisa and the original Macintosh to the iPad and Macbook Air of today, the company has never been matched in its marketing or ability to create industry changing products. This colorful new poster by the great folks at Pop Chart Lab, looks at this history, tracking every product created by the company and charting the connections, both in type and legacy, between the varied products… as Pop Chart Labs puts it, it’s an Insanely Great History. [Read more...]
“What the heck it electronic mail!?” Before the computer world was connecting every few seconds, the idea of email and online shopping was a concept that had to be communicated to customers. This roundup of vintage computer ads, explores some of the stranger ways companies like Apple and IBM brought us into the information age… be sure to see the last ad in this article, it’s a sight of things to come [Read more...]
If you’ve ever wondered just how influential the late Steve Jobs was in guiding Apple Inc, look no further than his credit on 317 patents relating to everything from the iPad to the supports for glass stairs at many Apple stores. It seems the iconic CEO had his sharp mind working on just about every aspect of the company, putting a personal touch on many of the world changing products over the past 30 years. Only time will tell how the company performs without its forward thinking and much loved star player. For more of his many patents, see the New York Times. [Read more...]