A time capsule is buried under the floor at the Sunnyvale Public Library.
I bought my first Mac a few years after I graduated from my art school in Paris, when Photoshop and Illustrator – and at the time QuarkXPress – bloomed, with the amazing possibility to work on beautifully designed fonts which looked slick at any size, color charts that were accurate, vector files with endless possibilities of transformation. The Mac was THE computer for graphic designers. And it looked beautiful! I immediately loved the interface and the way everything was thought to create professional contemporary design. At the time there was simply no equivalent whatsoever.