Links for October 7, 2019

Is MacPaint the Most Underrated form of Outsider Art?

He also brings up the holy grail of MacBook literature: 1984’s Zen & the Art of the Macintosh by Michael Green, a book that was half practical guide, filled with examples of MacPaint illustrations, and half philosophical tome due to the trippy nature of its drawings that sent one resounding message: the era of computers is here, and it’s going to change how we relate to our environment. Michael Green, just like everyone else, was wondering how this new medium would change the balance of our daily lives overall. The Macpaint Gallery is the historical gallery of Macpaint art, preserving the first digital images produced with personal computer software.

Capturing Donald Glover’s Motion