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KFAX4 Logos of the Early Computer Software Scene

KFAX4 Logos of the Early Computer Software Scene
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KFAX4 Logos of the Early Computer Software Scene





KFAX4 Logos of the Early Computer Software Scene, the graphic arts alter ego of Luca Lozano provides the fourth in Klasse Wrecks’ KFAX zine series. KFAX4 is a follow up to the record label logo collection of KFAX3 and is manifested via a 70 page, 10x14cm risograph printed, red glue bound booklet. For this collection, has delved deep into the obscure and unlikely field of computer software company logos of the 70s and 80s. A burgeoning and undeveloped scene, the 300+ logos are often naive and amateurish in quality and look and provide the perfect follow up to the similar logos in the previous zine. Be sure to back-up that brain as halfway through the zine gets ‘hacked’ and overtaken by logos and graphics from the underground hacker and warez scene!!

Measuring at 10x14cm and printed on 70 g/m² EOS bible print paper and with red glue binding.


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Oversized fit, we recommend going a size down.Heavy weight cotton, 280 GSM, Wide neck ribbing, ribbed cuffs, side seamed, double needle hems. Preshrunk to minimise shrinkage. Made in Bangladesh, Printed in Melbourne.Model is 6ft / 182cm and is wearing size MEDIUM.