Thanks Stan and Dede Veit, Patrick McKercher, Taylor Barcroft, Aubrey Meyer and many others for these fabulous and historic T-shirts! There are more at the Digibarn but we thought we would give you a sampling. Some of these shirts grace the walls in our "Tunnel-o-Tshirts" experience. So get ready for a visual feast and browse our gallery of light cotton artworks below, sorted conveniently by category. If you have a T-shirt, story or anything else you would like to tell us about, please get in touch!
NEW! T-shirts contributed during the November 2006 Computing History events (Apple@30 and Sol@30)
The following are T-shirts from Apple Computer, probably the most prolific and creative T-shirt foundry in the history of nerd-dom.
These T-shirts are from the most nerdliest companies in the biz.
These Tees are from companies and projects in the multimedia and desktop publishing boom years of the late 80s and early to mid 90s. Ahh, those were the days of schmooz cruises on the bay and free drinks!
When the Internet hit in the early to mid 90s so did a virtual snowstorm of T-shirts from the many ephemeral companies that came and went. Others have built bigger collections of Tees and other schwag from this era but we do have a few...
The following are T-shirts from Elixir Technologies Corporation where yours truly DigiBarn Curator Bruce Damer worked as a programmer and then technology team lead architect from 1987 through 1994. I then rejoined Elixir's Board in the early 2000s. For the full Elixir Story see these pages.
Following my time with Elixir yours truly DigiBarn Curator Bruce Damer entered the then nascent Internet and online 3D virtual worlds movement and founded the Contact Consortium, Biota, DigitalSpace, held conferences and wrote a book on Avatars. This was a way cool ride from 1994 through to today and I collected some great T-shirts along the way.
And last but not least, miscellaneous tees!
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