Creative Computing: the amazing, countercultural look-and-feel of homebrew computing zines

John Park writes, "Check out what Tony D just posted at Adafruit after he visited the Living Computers Museum + Lab."

While at the museum I also had a chance to check out their recently renovated collection of vintage computing hardware and memorabilia. Something that grabbed my attention was the impressive collection of early computing literature, like books and magazines from the 70’s and 80’s. I found the artwork for a lot of this memorabilia had a fascinating aesthetic that felt like a bit of 60’s counter-culture, 70’s zine and punk culture, and 80’s technology thrown in a blender. Below are some photos of memorabilia I took to capture some of this aesthetic:

Aesthetic of Homebrew and Early Computing Literature [Tony D/Adafruit]