Iconic: a Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation
With a breathtaking collection of unique photography, ICONIC: A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation takes the reader on a tour of the most visually stunning and important products produced by the world's most innovative company - Apple. Follow Apple's journey through a photographic collection of their most important desktops, portables, peripherals, prototypes, iDevices (iPad, iPod and iPhone) and packaging. Created as a tribute to the army of engineers, designers, product managers, and visionaries that navigated Apple through this incredible journey, ICONIC is the ultimate coffee table book for every Apple fan, and the perfect gift for any Apple owner who ever wanted to explore and discover the true roots of their favourite iMac, iPod, iPad, or iPhone.
- Hardback | 340 pages
- 255 x 312 x 35mm | 2,478g
- 01 Dec 2014
- Ridgewood Publishing
- Atlanta, United States
- 700 colour
Table of contents
Contents: Foreword by Jim Dalrymple; Foreword by Steve Wozniak; Introduction; Chapter One - Desktops; Chapter Two - Portables; Chapter Three - Peripherals; Chapter Four - iDevices; Chapter Five - Prototypes; Chapter Six - Packaging.
It's something of a labor of love, all done with an eye for form as much as function resulting in something that, if not approved by Apple, you suspect wouldn't necessarily cause them to object. Esquire Magazine No less of an authority than Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak wrote a foreword to the book. [Jonathan doesn't] work for Apple but clearly [he has] a passion for them...and the photos prove it. these are amazing pictures. CNBC Apple's number one fan. Bloomberg TV In an email, Mr. Wozniak said ...the work blows me away. Wall Street Journal Iconic's production quality is excellent. Thick pages with a smooth pearl finish. It's weighty, and would grace any coffee table. 9to5Mac
About Jonathan Zufi
In 2009, Jonathan Zufi conceived the idea of photographing every product ever made by Apple and began showcasing his work on his website shrineofapple.com. He has been a leader in technology innovation since the mid 1980s. In 2002, he received the Pearcey Award, one of the Australian government's highest awards for IT innovation for pioneering achievement and contributions to research and development within the IT industry. He has a Bachelor of Computing (with honours) from the department of Robotics and Digital Technology at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Jonathan currently works for SAP where he manages the North American Mobile Innovation Center. Originally from Melbourne, Jonathan lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Louisa and their two children. Jonathan's first Apple product was an Apple IIc. 18.09.14