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Early MacPaint demos

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Jan 27th, 2014. Artwork published in .
Early MacPaint demos 1
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“As we began preparing for the launch in the fall of 1983, Susan was requested to produce art for various marketing materials, to show off the kinds of things you could do with MacPaint. The frog demonstrates how you might use MacPaint in a biology class. Susan also had a fondness for whimsical applications, as demonstrated by the [paper dolls].” — Andy Hertzfeld,

Early MacPaint demos 2
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1 Comment on “Early MacPaint demos”

  1. I remember that frog image. I used to spend far too much time tinkering in MacPaint, and I think I abused San Franciso on far too many school assignments!

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