Mac Computer Patent Print
Introducing the epitome of tech elegance with our Computer Housing patent print, a celebration of the design innovation spearheaded by visionaries Jerrold C. Manock, Terrell A. Oyama, and the legendary Steven P. Jobs, dated September 16, 1986. Emblazoned with Patent Number USD285687 S, this print captures a pivotal moment in the history of personal computing.
This artwork features the schematic of a groundbreaking computer housing that became the face of early home computing. The illustration is a meticulous rendering of the original patent, showing multiple views of the classic design that heralded a new era for technology enthusiasts and professionals alike.
Crafted with a keen eye for detail, the print honors the timeless silhouette that has since become a cultural icon. Its crisp lines and distinctive shape represent a revolution in compact computing, merging form with function in a way that would shape the industry for decades.
Framed by a sleek black border, this patent print would be a perfect statement piece for any workspace, living area, or tech incubator. It is a must-have for collectors, history buffs, and anyone who appreciates the artistry behind the machines that define our digital lives.
Hang this piece to inspire conversations about innovation, dedication to design, and the relentless pursuit of simplicity and efficiency that this patent exemplifies. It’s more than just a print; it’s a slice of history, a nod to the visionaries who have paved the way for modern technology.
Steve Jobs, 1986.