The TDE Podcast Ep 23: Atari graphic designer Evelyn Seto

Episode 23 of the Ted Dabney Experience podcast is available now for your listening pleasure!

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Evelyn Seto worked at Atari under creative director George Opperman on some of the company’s most iconic graphic material, including arcade cabinets such as Fire Truck and Soccer, a wealth of arcade game sell sheets, and console packaging for the consumer division. Not to mention the famous Atari ‘Fuji’ logo. Evelyn’s long and storied career also saw her employed by industry giants HP and Apple, and Atari cofounder Nolan Bushnell at his post-Atari toy/tech ventures AG Bear and Androbot.

With guest co-host Tim Lapetino, author of Art of Atari and co-author of Pac-Man: Birth of an Icon.

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Featured Image: L-R: Evelyn Seto, George Opperman and Bob Flemate. Photograph courtesy of The Strong Museum, Rochester NY.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Niall McMahon says:

    Marvellous. I’ll listen to that in the morning before the family wake up. Have a good weekend.

    Niall

    Liked by 1 person

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