Monday, February 06, 2023

vintage Apple product posters random grouping #1

starting a new series of Apple product placement posters from when Nelson BC Canada had an Apple reseller. these date from around 2009 to 2013

there will be more added and they are only available as a lot when all are posted. there is no individual price or description other than the photo - some have pin holes or tape in corners, all have been stored flat out of the light for about 6-10 years

click the individual poster photos to see larger views - photos were taken early January 2021. to see all 4 lots click the label below

Friday, February 03, 2023

How to recover a forgotten Mac password


lot of 3 vintage Mac Minis - $200

an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz Mac Mini, 4GB ram, 120GB HD, 10.7 Lion, power supply, vga adapter, in original box - $80

a PPC G4 1.33GHz Mac Mini, 1GB ram, 40GB HD, 10.5 Leopard, power supply, vga adapter - not wireless - $60

  a PPC G4 1.25GHz Mac Mini, 1 GB ram, 40GB HD, 10.5 Leopard, power supply, vga adapter - $60

all were working when put away. one optional adc/dvi adapter adds $80. also available is a choice of an Apple acrylic ADC studio display - a 15" or a 17" for $80 plus a mint 17" in original box with intact styro packing for $120 - all prices in USD

Shipping from Canada available at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

Thursday, February 02, 2023

Bitten Apple long sleeve promo T-shirt

This is a Hanes Beefy-T size large 100% cotton black long sleeve Apple 2002 promo shirt. It has a white bitten apple logo on the front and the text "Everything is easier on a Mac" on the back. It has been washed several times and is still in good condition with no cracking on the logo. It is priced at $18 plus postage. There is also a NOS size L ladies short sleeve with the bitten Apple and no text available for $22.

To inquire contact Dave via

Wednesday, February 01, 2023

Apple Employee 2nd Gen. iPod Nano Release T-Shirt

This iPod Apple Employee T-Shirt was the store uniform for the release of the 2nd. generation iPod Nano. The front of the shirt reads "Completely Remastered".

The back (shown) features the five 2nd generation iPod Nano colors. The Apple logo is on the left sleeve. It is a rare size Medium, made by American Apparel in Downtown LA of 100% cotton.

This Los Angeles Apple Store shirt has been worn and washed once on day of issue and is in like new condition. It is priced at $22 with postage of $8 to US and Canada. To inquire contact Dave via

Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Apple Store opening T-shirt Chinook Centre Calgary

This is a black size XL promo T-shirt from the Apple Store opening at Chinook Centre, Calgary, Alberta, Canada on Sept. 27, 2010. It is made by American Apparel of 100% cotton. This shirt is in mint condition in the presentation box shown above the shirt in the photo. It is one of only 1000 made and it has not been opened and is still sealed in the original factory box. It is priced at $60 and will be packed in a larger box with mailing at cost.

There is an identical brand new out-of-box XL Chinook Centre shirt available as well. The box is included but it is flattened which reduces mailing costs. It is priced at $45. Other Apple Store shirts are for sale, click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via

Monday, January 30, 2023

Vintage Apple Powerbook promo ID4 Independence Day pinbacks

Here are 2 Apple product placement pins promoting the 1996 movie Independence Day ID4; the Will Smith, Jeff Goldblum sci-fi alien invasion thriller. In the movie the Borg use Windows, and the Mothership runs off of a Mac. 20th Century Fox began a massive marketing campaign to help promote the film and entered into co-promotional deals with Apple Inc. The co-marketing project was dubbed "The Power to Save the World" campaign, in which Apple used footage of their PowerBook 5300 laptop in their print and television advertisements.

These Apple Saves the World pins measure 2" by 3" - one shows a bit of wear and one has a small dent. They are for sale as a set for $50USD and that includes postage. To inquire contact Dave via

Macintosh ID4 Ad ("The Power to Save the World")YouTube
"You better hope you've got the right computer."

Friday, January 27, 2023

17" Apple Studio Display in original box

This is a fully functioning mint 17" Apple LCD acrylic Studio Display for sale in original box with intact styro packing and monitor cover. It connects to a vintage Apple computer with the attached proprietary ADC cable - shown connected to a G4 Power PC tower. (It can also connect to other computers with an ADC/DVI power adapter - not included.) It features a swipe on/off button in the lower right. Price is $120 USD plus shipping from western Canada. Read about the ADC monitor at
To inquire contact Dave via

Thursday, January 26, 2023

a collection of 5 Google shirts

included are 3 Google Dance shirts and 2 Gmail shirts

top left: Google Dance 2007 T-shirt. Brand new without tags. Size Medium. Made of 100% cotton by American Apparel. This rare Google t-shirt is priced at $20.

top right: 2006 Google dance, done in the style of the Periodic Table of the Elements. It has the Google logo on the sleeve, Gd (Google dance) on the front and 4 Google elements on the back. It is a heavy duty Hanes BEEFY-T - 100% preshrunk cotton in a hard to find size Small and priced at $20. 

bottom left: a brand new official Google Dance 2004 mens small T- shirt from the collection of a long time Google employee in L.A. This shirt was for employees only and not available to the public.
• Google Dance 2004 logo is printed in multi-color on the front
• Google logo in brown on the left sleeve
• New white 100% pre-shrunk cotton made in Mexico
• Hanes Beefy-T Men's Small (34-36)
This shirt is priced at $15

bottom right: 2 rare black Google Gmail T-Shirts, both size large. These are 100% cotton Hanes T-shirts. The front shows the Gmail logo. One is new with tag removed for $20, and the other is washed once priced at $15. 

List price of the 5 shirts is $90USD, buy all 5 for $75. To inquire contact Dave via - mailing is available at the cost of the postage to your location.

What is Google Dance? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary


Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Macintosh - iPod 20th Anniversary Poster 1984-2004

This MacWorld 1984-2004 poster commemorates the original commercial from 1984 and pays homage to George Orwell's futuristic novel "1984". It measures 24" x 36" and reads, "1984 - 2004". The poster has the image of Anya Major, the runner from the famous Super Bowl 1984 television commercial, only this time she is wearing an iPod.

This is the poster from Apple's 1984 Superbowl Commercial, modified for 2004 with the lady hammer thrower in the Picasso-style top now wearing an iPod as well. That commercial only aired once in 1984 and this updated poster was available only at the Apple booth during MacWorld San Francisco 2004. Apple has not released any posters since 2004.

This highly collectible Apple iPod poster is available for $75 USD plus postage - 2 available. It has been discontinued and is only available from private owners - be one. To inquire contact Dave via
substantial discount for quantity purchases

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Here's to Anya Major, who almost didn't happen!

click for full article (at former The Art of Wealth website via Wayback Machine)

When the Apple 1984 commercial was shown to Apple's board, in order to get approval of the high cost of showing the commercial at the Superbowl, the response was unexpected. Every external board member reacted negatively, with the influential Mike Markkula actually stating that Apple should start looking for another ad agency. One of the board members claimed it was the worst commercial he had ever seen.

Making of Apple's 1984 Commercial - with Ridley Scott
Behind the Scenes - making the 1984 Apple commercial
The Real Story Behind Apple's Famous '1984' Super Bowl Ad

vintage 17" Apple LCD acrylic ADC monitor

In May 2001, Apple released a 17" Studio Display (Model No: M7649) with a native resolution of 1280x1024. The Apple Display Connector (ADC) is a proprietary modification of the DVI connector that combines analog and digital video signals, USB, and power all in one cable. The unit is in very good condition and features a single cord ADC plug that connects to the PowerMac ADC port. A swipe of the finger on the lower right corner powers up the tower and monitor. Photo shows monitor in use on a G4 Quicksilver tower in this photo from November 24, 2021.

Apple introduced it with the Dual Processor Mystic Power Mac G4 and new ADC monitors in July 2000, removing the industry standard DVI port previously found on the Sawtooth Power Mac G4. ADC remained a standard feature of Power Macs through the 2004 Power Mac G5; ADC was not present on the 2005 Power Mac G5, and Apple resumed use of the DVI connector alongside ADC with the Mirrored Drive Doors Power Mac G4 in August 2002.

Price is $80USD plus shipping. The rear leg will be unscrewed for shipping to prevent damage. To inquire contact Dave via

Monday, January 23, 2023

Vintage Embroidered Apple Rainbow Logo sticker collection

A baker's dozen of vintage embroidered bitten rainbow Apple logo stickers. Apple supplied them as dealership promotional items from the 80's to mid 90's. They are the classic 6 color logos measuring almost an inch high. There were at least 2 styles - some were on strips of paper 3 to a strip and some were on a roll. Some had paper backing and some were attached to plastic strips.

They could originally be stuck onto most surfaces, and ironed or sewn onto clothing. Over the years the glue has dried on some so no promises on them retaining any adhesive qualities. They are new-old-stock and came from various sources as sets of 3, 4 and 6. They are available as a complete collection of 13 for $90 and that includes postage. To inquire contact Dave via

Friday, January 20, 2023

iBook Clamshell collection poster #4

This poster is from a retired Apple dealer's private collection of Apple Clamshell style iBook posters. This poster has 1 or 2 tack holes in each corner, and a few very small creases that might not show when framed. This G3 Tangerine iBook "Go" poster is about 24 inches wide and 36 inches high and is on heavy poster paper with Macworld New York 99 across the bottom.

These vintage Apple posters are becoming hard to find. This one is priced at $55 and is available for mailing at cost of postage as the cardboard tube is on hand. Kootenay Mac has other MacWorld Clamshell iBook posters as a set of 4. Click the collection or "Go go go" label below. To inquire contact Dave via

Thursday, January 19, 2023

Revisiting Apple’s ill-fated Lisa computer, 40 years on

Ars Technica

Periodic Table of the Google Dance - super rare

This Google shirt is a souvenir from the 2006 Google dance, done in the style of the Periodic Table of the Elements. It has the Google logo on the sleeve, Gd (Google dance) on the front and 4 Google elements on the back.

Heavy duty Hanes BEEFY-T - 100% preshrunk cotton in a hard to find size Small. Measurements: Across chest: 17 inches, Length (top of neck to bottom): 26 inches. Great condition - looks brand new. This shirt is priced at $20. Chances are you will not see a shirt like this outside the Silicon Valley. 

There are 2 other Google Dance shirts on hand and quantity orders are appreciated these days - click the Google Dance label below. This shirt is now for sale in a collection of 5 Google shirts. To inquire contact Dave via

What is Google Dance? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Vintage Apple postcard collection

This is a collection of vintage Apple postcards and a Jobs/Mac stamp plus one card made on a Mac clone. Also included as a bonus are two related cards.

The far left 'It's Springtime' card shows a G4 iMac from Mac House in Berlin. At the bottom far left is a new unused bitten rainbow Apple card from the Think Different era. It has a 1-800 number for an Apple authorized reseller and shows the url

In the center left row is a Come See the Apple Computer postcard from California that was sent in the 80's to a client from the Santa Rosa California Computer Center. It features the IIc, IIe, IIGS, the Mac Plus and the Mac SE and offers a rebate on selected add-ons. It is the only one that has been mailed.

The orange Whoa! card is an unused student promo from Australia. The Bondi iMac is from the Design Museum and credits Jonathan Ive - 1998.

The bottom of that column is a 1992 promo for Authorized Apple resellers.

Next column are 3 Think Different cards and at the bottom is a Steve Jobs stamp from the Republic of Guine-Bissau in Africa in MNH condition.

Right column is an Indigo iMac enclosing a racing engine with a blower from - not Apple but tossing it into the collection. Middle right is from National Postcard Week May 5-11, 1985 promoting an Apple clone dealer in Decatur GA. It was designed and printed with a Franklin Ace. There is no handwriting on it and no stamp or postmark and the condition is VG. Bottom right is just a bonus card that looks like the image Apple used on the Yosemite OS.

update May 2022 - now included are the yellow and purple 2003 original silhouette Apple Macintosh iPod advertising postcards plus a 1998 Apple Expo Think Different card in French. Bottom right is a fairly rare 2005 French silhouette card “Offrez de la musique sur”

 The 16 card (plus one stamp) collection is priced at $325 and that includes insured postage in a cardboard box. Click photos for larger images. To inquire contact Dave via

Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Apple Store Promo T-shirt Back to School 2009

Apple Store Concierge Uniform T-Shirt. This is a brand new, never worn, Apple Store Uniform. The t-shirt is orange, size Large, made by American Apparel. The front of the shirt has the icons of a Mac laptop and iPod touch while the back of the shirt says "Buy a Mac for college. Get a free iPod touch." in white lettering. The left sleeve has a white apple logo with the word Concierge.

This shirt was the uniform for the Back to School Sale 2009 at the Apple store. It is no longer in print and has become very hard to find. It is sourced from a New York Apple Store employee and is priced at $25. Like all KootenayMac shirts, it is available for mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

Monday, January 16, 2023

Apple Macintosh vintage bumper sticker collection

This is a collection of 10 genuine Apple and Macintosh bumper stickers in 4 different designs from the 80's and 90's. They are vinyl and tend to stretch and distort a bit over the years but all are in good condition. The smallest sticker, bottom, is about 3x9.

The price for this collection is $150 and that includes postage. There are other Apple stickers and decals available - click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via

Friday, January 13, 2023

Apple G5 Launch Poster 2004

This is the Apple Poster for the G5 introduction in 2004. The bottom text reads Introducing the World's first 64-bit personal computer. Apple Power Mac G5

This poster is quite good, has not been displayed, it has a few wrinkles but no tears or holes and minimal edge creases. It is from a private collection of a long-time Apple employee. The size is approx. 36x24 inches and will ship rolled in a heavy cardboard tube - postage at cost. Additional posters do not add to postage cost. It is priced at $70. To inquire contact Dave via

Thursday, January 12, 2023

Small collection of items related to the Berlin wall

Lower right: a piece of concrete from the Berlin wall and letter from person who sent it. Lower left: photo of President Kennedy at the wall back in 1963. Far upper right: postcard of the wall being hammered by 2 men - 9 Nov 89. The rest of the top row: First Day of Issue "Fall of the Berlin Wall" stamp - Jan 12, 2000. Below that is a lapel pin of the stamp. Center black is a larger image of the 33¢ stamp. I collected these items about 10 years ago. Price is $100 USD and that includes postage. To inquire contact Dave via

read more: Amerika Haus Berlin | John F. Kennedy Visit to Berlin

Wednesday, January 11, 2023

10" x 12" Vintage Multi-color Apple logo sticker

Large collectible bitten Apple rainbow logo sticker. Original classic colors and a very rare artifact of Apple corporate history. Fadeless vinyl, paper protection on both sides, photo shows translucent peel-off paper. Might be better suited to framing than applying to a surface.

This sticker was used on the Apple trucks and signs 30 years ago and measures about 10 by 12 inches. This very hard to find factory issued Apple decal is priced at $95 - includes protected insured postage. One only. To inquire contact Dave via

to see the Apple logo on a tractor trailer loaded with Macintosh SE's leaving the factory at Fremont Calif. go to the last minute of this YouTube video: Macintosh Factory - YouTube

Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Rare Apple store iPad promo T-shirt

Apple Computer store employee iPad promo t-shirt. Made of 100% combed cotton in Downtown LA by American Apparel. There is a small white Apple logo on the sleeve and the text reads: iPad “A magical and revolutionary product at an unbelievable price.”

This is a size Medium and it was worn and washed a couple of times during the week of the US iPad launch and is still in near new condition. The price is $12 plus postage. They are very hard to find and are no longer being made. To inquire contact Dave via

Monday, January 09, 2023

Extremely rare pin - Keep Your Lawyers Off My Computer

This is the infamous Fanged Apple, a design created in protest of Apple's lawsuit regarding graphical user interfaces (GUI) software. This 2.25" diameter button is in very good condition with all details crisp and clear. It was one of three released last year by a collector in California. It was his last one and they have become extremely rare. It is priced at $65 and that includes postage. To inquire contact Dave via

Provenance: the former owner of this pin, a speaker at several Boston MacWorlds in the early 90's, says "I personally obtained this button from Richard Stallman outside of Lotus's offices in Cambridge, MA!"

"In 1989, Apple's look and feel lawsuit against Microsoft brought the idea of interface copyright to the attention of the programming community. Apple was trying to claim a monopoly over a broad class of graphical user interfaces. If Apple succeeded, not only Microsoft, but every software developer, would be legally compelled to design gratuitously incompatible software." In response, John Gilmore and Richard Stallman together commissioned the design of the "fanged Apple"–a button showing the Apple logo with vicious teeth. This was followed by an advertisement placed in The Tech, MIT's student newspaper, which in turn led to a protest rally at the HQ of Lotus Development Corporation--another "look and feel" lawsuit plaintiff."
History of the League for Programming Freedom (LPF)...

update: a second pin - very slightly scuffed - is available for $50

Apple: Keep Your Lawyers Off My Computer | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Friday, January 06, 2023

Apple Team Jaguar Short Sleeve Khaki Shirt

APPLE Computer Team ultra-rare employee-only short-sleeved shirt for Apple Computer engineers on the OS X 10.2 Jaguar development team. Jaguar, as the third UNIX-based Macintosh operating system, was a major milestone for Apple.

New Without Tags size Medium Apple Computer khaki shirt. Super rare collectible imported from Cupertino, California. Features: Apple logo printed in white on front. Color: Khaki. Fabric: 100% cotton. Size: Men's Medium.
Click here to see the large "X" logo and "Team Jaguar" printed on sleeve. This brand new old stock Apple tech shirt is priced at $35. All KootenayMac shirts are available for mailing at cost of postage. To inquire contact Dave via

Thursday, January 05, 2023

a collection of 8 iPhone T-shirts

Offered for sale is a set of 8 Apple iPhone t-shirts.

Top left is a size Large black iPhone T-shirt. It is not new and has been washed several times and is in good used condition with only minor fading and cracking of the white screened graphic. This shirt was given out to Apple store employees to promote the release of the iPhone. It has  iPhone on the front (shown) and a small white bitten Apple logo on the back. It is priced at $18.

Top right are two new blue iPhone 3G t-shirts made for the Specialist employees at the Apple Store. It is a hard-to-find adult size Medium and it is unisex. It has a small iPhone graphic on the front of the shirt saying 'iPhone 3G' and text on the back saying 'Twice as Fast. Half the Price.' There is also an Apple logo and the word Specialist on the sleeve. Price is $16 each.

Middle row are two new grey (size M and L)and a new black Apple Computer iPhone Development Camp t-shirt (size L). These rare Apple shirts have the text iPhoneDevCamp with asymmetrical flame graphics that wrap around the side. It was not available to the public. Priced at $50 each.

Bottom row are two new old stock shirts made by FastMac, a Mac upgrade company, when they added five new designs to its Apple T-shirt collection in a series of 5 limited-edition iPhone 2.0 designs that were handed out free outside the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco where Apple was hosting its Worldwide Developers Conference.They were later sold online at the store. The left one is a new size Medium "Can Touch This" shirt priced at $30 - and on the left is a new "I Got iPhone" size Large t-shirt priced at $50. The date 06.29.07 is on the back.

The total list price for these 8 shirts is $280 - buy the full set for $180 USD plus postage. For more info on some of these t-shirts click the iPhone label below. To inquire contact Dave via

Wednesday, January 04, 2023

2014 Apple iPhone 6 Launch Day Poster

This genuine Apple poster was created for the September 9 launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. It was distributed internally to Apple employees only and shows a black on black iPhone 6. There is a small line of text at the bottom right with ™ and © 2014 Apple Inc.

This poster was not for sale by Apple and is a fine collector item as it is not the typical advertising poster that Apple has produced lately detailing item features.

The poster measures 24" by 36" and fits a standard frame as shown. It is priced at $55 and ships in a heavy duty cardboard tube at cost of postage. Multiple posters (or shirts, as they will slip inside) do not add to postage - click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via

Tuesday, January 03, 2023

Rare 2003 Apple Gibson ES-345 Guitar Poster

This is an ultra rare 2003 promo poster featuring a Gibson ES-345 Guitar. It became better known as the Garage Band icon. This poster measures 24" x 36" and is in good condition with few flaws. There are no tack holes or tape tears but there is some edge wear and a few small creases, smudges and marks but it frames up very well. There is a rubber band mark on the back where it was rolled up and stored for several years. In very small print at the bottom right is the 2003 TM for Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved.

It is a simple and beautiful poster for which was a short-lived music website that was replaced soon after launch by iTunes. During May 2003 this poster appeared as promo ads on the back covers of several well known magazines and then they all disappeared and were replaced by the iTunes Store as Apple Computer and Apple Corps squared off over the use of the name. This memento of a brief yet game-changing piece of Apple history is available for the serious Apple collector at $400 USD and that includes insured postage in a sturdy cardboard tube. Missingbite had one a few years ago for $599.

Update: a second one is now available with staple holes in each corner - price is $250
and Apple has just brought back Apple Music so this is even a more collectible poster!

There are several magazines with a back cover ad of this poster also available, click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via

WaybackMachine Archives - Remember
Neither does anyone else. This ultra rare Apple poster heralds the age of the iTunes Store before Apple figured out what to call it.

Apple Corps v Apple Computer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Monday, January 02, 2023

Rip.Mix.Burn. iMac G3 Dalmatian poster collection

Vintage original G3 iMac Dalmatian poster collection from the Apple "Rip Mix Burn" campaign, which caused a bit of controversy because the music industry thought that it promoted stealing music. However, the iTunes music store has since proven that wrong. All 3 are from the Think Different era, copyright 2001, Apple part number L13044A.

I bought them from a retired upstate New York Apple dealer several years ago and am just now offering them for sale as a set. They are all factory different: the left one is a very high quality plastic laminate on both sides, the right one is the standard light poster paper and the bottom one is unique in that the poster stock is quite heavy and it has a slightly pebbly matte finish on the front and the back is a kind of waxy gloss finish. Different for sure.

These Blue Dalmatian posters are very rare in the wild now, not even The Missing Bite or eBay has any currently. They measure 22" x 28" each and are all in near mint or new old stock condition and were never displayed except for this photo. Bear in mind they are 17 years old and have been handled a bit - one has a light smudge but there are no pin holes or tears and all will frame up nicely. The price is $330 US for the 3 poster collection and that includes insured mailing to Canada and USA in a heavy cardboard tube (out of North America adds $30 postage). Individual ones are $110 each plus postage but I prefer to sell as a set. The companion Flower Power poster is also available - click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via

Friday, December 30, 2022

WOZ Shoreline Theatre Button Jacket

This is a new DeLONG jacket with the name WOZ embroidered on the right front and Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View on the left front. Steve Wozniak, the man who built the first Apple computer, is a season pass holder at Shoreline Amphitheatre performing center in Mountain View, Ca. and this coat was personalized for him but he wears an XL+ and this is a Large. It is a lined Navy blue button jacket - 100% cotton - Size: L - Chest-27" / Length-28" - Brand New with part of tag still attached to sleeve - a reasonably priced rare collectible at $85. Mailing at cost of postage. To inquire contact Dave via

btw, Mountain View is the home of Google (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway) and some Apple development teams have worked there as well. The Shoreline Amphitheatre was opened in 1986 under the direction of Bill Graham Presents.

Thursday, December 29, 2022

GOOGLE DANCE 2004 Mens Small T-Shirt

Brand new official GOOGLE DANCE 2004 mens small T- shirt from the collection of a long time Google employee in L.A. This shirt was for employees only and not available to the public.
• Google Dance 2004 logo is printed in multi-color on the front
• Google logo in brown on the left sleeve
• New white 100% pre-shrunk cotton made in Mexico
• Hanes Beefy-T Men's Small (34-36)
This shirt is priced at $15 and is available for mailing. There are 2 other Google Dance shirts on hand - click the Google Dance label below. This shirt is now for sale in a collection of 5 Google shirts. To inquire contact Dave via

What is Google Dance? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary

Wednesday, December 28, 2022

for sale: a collection of approx. 100 vintage Apple and computer related shirts

fully retired now and want to liquidate remaining items in a 15 year Apple/Macintosh collection of about 100 t-shirts, with 2 short sleeve button shirts, one long sleeve button shirt, a Picasso Mac sweatshirt, half dozen Gmail and Google shirts, a dozen hard to find Power Computing shirts. Offers around $3000 USD wanted on the entire shirt collection. Click the labels below for more info on most of them. Many are new, all old stock, some quite rare - most sizes, a few women's also - some unlisted, stored in ziplock bags. Also available are Apple mugs, an Apple blanket, around 50 posters and several jackets as well

To inquire contact Dave via

Tuesday, December 27, 2022

Apple Evangelist Game Sprockets Shirt

This is a 1997 vintage Apple Game Sprockets black denim long sleeve shirt. This is a one of a kind item created by a former Apple Games Evangelist as the standard Games Sprockets shirts and jackets were blue denim. This shirt was never available for sale and no other black versions exist.

It is a size Large in very good shape, having been in storage in Seattle for 9 years. It has a large embroidered "gears" logo on the back and a smaller design on the front. The shirt was made by Port Authority. It may have been washed a few times but the embroidery is still a glowing gold as bright as it was when new (it is possible the shirt was stone-washed prior to the design being embroidered on). Click image for a much larger view and click here for shirt front photo

This rare and collectible period of Apple history shirt is very reasonably priced at $145 and shipping is available at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

Mac OS: What is a Game Sprocket?
Evangelism Marketing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Friday, December 23, 2022

Awesomely Rude Apple poster: Hell Froze Over

This is a rare Apple poster for the 2003 launch of iTunes for Windows. The text is Hell Froze Over. Introducing iTunes for Windows. The best Windows app ever written.

The size is approx. 36" x 24" - it has never been displayed and there are no holes however it does have small edge creases, and one longer crease near the bottom. It is from a private Apple employee collection and is priced at $100 - mailed in a heavy cardboard tube at cost of postage. There is another one available with no creases, never displayed, for $150. To inquire contact Dave via

Missingbite has had one for a nickel shy of $200 bucks: Hell Froze Over Poster

Apple - iTunes Music Event - Hell Froze Over - 2003 (starts at 19 minutes)

Thursday, December 22, 2022

Power Computing Sluggo Kick-Ass Kozik Poster MacWorld '96

This rare and controversial poster was designed by Frank Kozik, and features his 'Puggo' version of Sluggo from the Nancy comic. The original owner has this to say about the poster he got at the '96 Boston MacWorld: "It was released at Macworld '96 by PowerComputing, the most successful of the Apple Mac clone companies. Few of the posters were handed out, when one of the "SUITS" decided that they would no longer distribute them. They were removed from the booth and the show-floor locations where they were being handed out."

The stories surrounding this poster include real and threatened lawsuits by the Nancy comic distributor over copyright violations and by Intel for being it's trademark being slagged. The word "ass" was also a sore point at Power Computing. This poster has been professionally mounted on a 1/4" wood backing panel that is not removable. There is a damaged corner in the wood at the bottom left of the frame where it fell from it's wall mount. The poster has no damage except the wrinkle outside the black border (click the image to view) and could be professionally restored.

So while the t-shirt version (also available) circulated for a while, this poster quickly disappeared into private collections. Until now. Add it to your collection for $145 plus shipping at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

For other Power Computing collectibles including the companion T-shirt, click the label below.
Power Computing Corporation - Wikipedia
Power Computing Ad Campaigns