This window cling features the classic multicolor Apple logo design and the Apple Computer logotype in the Apple Garamond font. The back is printed with the words, “Show your Apple colors! Static ‘no glue’ logo for the inside of your car window. Call 800-373-0877 for more!” The back also uses the Apple Garamond font. Its product number is L01970A.
The window cling is die-cut and the paper on which it is printed measures 8.2×6.4 cm.
This vertical strip of five translucent-style Apple logos features the five “fruit colors” of the 1999 iMac G3 computers: lime, tangerine, grape, blueberry, and strawberry. The set measures 21.7×5.1 cm, and each sticker is a circle measuring 38 mm in diameter.
This water bottle is clear plastic with a stainless steel base and a screw-on lid. The lid is attached to the bottle with a black canvas strap. The bottle includes markers from 6 ounces to 23 ounces and a black printed Apple logo.
The bottle is manufactured by h2go and includes a cardboard insert that designates that it is Bisphenol A (BPA) free.
I have four Apple button designs in my collection that are rectangle or square.
Power Macintosh (c. 1995) This button is 5.4×5.4 cm, featuring an image of a 1995-era Power Macintosh computer and Apple monitor over a background of flames with the words Power Macintosh in the Apple Garamond font.
Windows 95 = Macintosh ‘89 (c. 1995) This button is black and white and measures 5.2×7.8 cm, featuring the classic multicolor Apple logo along with the words Windows 95 = Macintosh ’89 in the Apple Garamond font.
Yum. (c. 1999) This button is white and measures 5.2×7.8 cm, featuring the word Yum. in the Apple Garamond font and five iMac computers in all five colors, tangerine, lime, strawberry, blueberry, and grape.
G5 It’s here. (2005) This button is black and measures 5.2×7.8 cm, featuring the G5 logo and the words It’s here. in the Myriad Apple font.
I obtained this INY (I[Apple logo]NY) button at the MacWorld Expo in New York City in 2001. The conference was held at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center beginning on Wednesday, July 18, 9:00 a.m. with a keynote by Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO.
Historically, this MacWorld was notable in that is wasn’t particularly notable—Apple debuted speed-bumped iMac G3 models in Snow, Indigo, and Graphite (replacing all other colors and patterns, what would become the final round of CRT iMac models), and a faster Power Mac G4 tower.
The button is an homage to the I Love New York (stylized I❤NY) slogan. Apple replaced the red ❤ with a translucent red Apple logo.
This Apple-logo design t-shirt is curiously labeled “Apple Park T-shirt Black / Rainbow.” The design depicted on the box shows a black t-shirt with a classic, multicolor Apple logo (not the Apple Park logo also offered at this location).
This t-shirt was purchased at the Apple Visitor Center Apple Store at Apple Park. Its product number is HLEW2LL/A. The shirt is a size XXL, unopened in its original box.
This Apple Logo T-shirt is black with a classic, multicolor Apple logo. It was purchased at the Apple Visitor Center Apple Store at Apple Park. Its product number is HLEU2LL/A. The shirt is a size XL, unopened in its original box.
This Apple Logo T-shirt is black with a classic, multicolor Apple logo. It was purchased at the Apple Visitor Center Apple Store at Apple Park. Its product number is HLEU2LL/A. The shirt is a size L, unopened in its original box.