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ICONIC A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation

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ICONIC A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation

by ZUFI, Jonathan; WOZNIAK, Steve (foreword)

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Atlanta, GA: Ridgewood Publishing, 2013. First Edition. Original Cloth. Near fine/near fine. Landscape 4to (25cm x 31.5cm). Dark grey linen boards, black lettered title to spine and upper board. ix, 326. Enclosed a copy of supplement in unopened sealed transparent envelope, with typed letter from Zufi dated November 2014, stating that the supplement contains all the new photos taken for the second edition. With a superb collection of photographs, showcasing items from the early Apple I in 1977 to the Lisa in 1983, through to more recent iDevices and Macbooks. A painstaking survey of Apple's progress, and labour of love by Zufi: "In 2009, I decided to embark on a personal mission to document and photograph every product Apple has made since 1976. In 2013, after collecting over 500 products and taking over 150,000 photos I self published 'ICONIC: A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation' - a 340 page book that chronicles every major Apple product ever released." In the original box. The previous owner has written the title + supplement to the spine of box in black marker. Box also has some bumps and wrinkles to edges, with the seal carefully opened. A very faint bump to base of spine but the book otherwise appears barely used.


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ICONIC A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation
ZUFI, Jonathan; WOZNIAK, Steve (foreword)
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