Red = Angry that no one takes them seriously anymore.
Blue = Sad over how incompetent the Win OEMs are.
Green = Envious over Apple's rapid and continual financial success and mindshare.
Edited by SolipsismX - 8/24/12 at 1:59pm
Except when it came down to his own company's name. If i remember correctly from his bio, he said they had a hard time coming up with a company name. Someone suggested Apple. Steve first rejected it, but kept it as a place holder. Then they finally settled on it because he couldn't think of anything better. So Apple it was. After that I'm not sure how much they sweated the details of the logo design. But I'm assuming they must have...since the outline of the logo looks highly stylized and geometric. My guess is the graphic designer must have had a very logical system to developing the shape of the Apple Logo. I'd love to read about it if anyone has any links for me?
oh, here's a link. Happy reading!
That's odd. According to the interview with the designer, he mentions having 2 original designs for the logo. One with the bite and the other without. He didn't mention if the first was ever used, just that SJ chose the one with the bite. He also mentions that the logo was drawn free-hand, but the logo on this bag looks totally different from even the 1977 rainbow design. I wonder what the history of this bag is? How it came to be the logo being so different?
My first Apple was an Apple][e. Came with the green screen and dual disk drive. and an Apple Printer. but the printer was white and not the softer light beige. It never had a carrying case like this.
Where did the diamond logo come from? Is that new also? Seems inconsistent if it is.
Came from Boot Camp. But it's a legitimate (if possibly now discontinued) logo.