STYLE GUIDE: Here's some classic Apple geekware that will have true Mac aficionados falling head-over-heals at Hello. This "In Love with Lisa" t-shirt designed by Mighttees based in Seattle, is the latest release in the companie's line of retro Apple nerd gear.
The Lisa project was originally started at Apple in 1978 and officially released in 1983. "Lisa", named after Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' daughter, stood for "Local Integrated Software Architecture". The lovely Lisa, took Apple four years and $50 million to develop. Lisa was an unpopular system, mainly because of its $9,995 price tag and the availability of few software applications.
You can now hold Lisa up close as your very own for $32, neatly screen printed on super high quality tri-blend shirts using water based eco inks. While I was eyeballing the Lisa geekware I could not help becoming totally distracted by the Say Anything Tee featuring a young Steve Jobs holding up a Classic Mac depicted to look like John Cusak from the 1980's Cameron Crowe film "Say Anything". Another serious must have for my collection.