Depth of Field: Apple Logo Photo Gallery

Even Andy Warhol loved the Apple logo.

Julie Blaustein, Contributor

July 6, 2011

1 Min Read

Just like BYTE's, Apple's logo is timeless and immediately recognizable.

Designed in 1976, it stands the test of time. An artist painted the image below on the front of San Francisco's Moscone Center, where Apple launched its iPAD.

Below, check out the first 24-hour Apple Store. It's in NYC, across from Park Plaza. You see the logo reflected in its glass doors. The Apple Store has been reported to be NYC's 5th most photographed location.

Andy Warhol designed this image for an ad campaign for the Apple II group back in the 1980s. He later said his logo of a chomped-on rainbow-colored apple was a direct allusion to the computer byte, now one of the most recognized icons in the world

Based in San Francisco, Julie Blaustein is a senior contributor for BYTE and a photojournalist. Follow her @julierb, or email her at at [email protected].

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