It’s Throwback Thursday so let’s take a walk down memory lane and revisit Vintage Products!
Years ago, Software was sent on CDs for end users to upload onto their computers. The print geek in me has always loved the packaging and presentation that came with these programs. Macromedia Freehand 5 came out with a "Silver Surfer" type with a rapidograph pen. This image has always been my favorite, and I still love seeing it whenever we have to open an old program.
When I first found this piece with our vintage charts, the print geek in me got excited!
In 1979, Omnigraphics created a Professional Color Slide Chart. This clever plastic chart illustrated how to create duo-tone and black photos with color combinations. It also presented how CMYK is used to create a final full-color photo. It even had an area where you could insert a color chip to see how a black image would print on that particular color.