by John Brownlee
One of the most definitive and defiant pieces of counterculture art to ever come out of Silicon Valley is now available for purchase. Susan Kare—the designer behind all of the Mac’s beloved early iconography, as well as its prominent typefaces like Chicago—has recreated the Pirates of Silicon Valley flag, which was used to inspire the original Macintosh team as they worked to create the first graphical user interface-driven personal computer in history.
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Designer Susan Kare is the icon of icons. Her presence, as screen graphics and digital font designer at Apple in the '80s, helped establish the paradigm of icons as a navigational tool in graphical user interfaces.