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Atari graphic designer Evelyn Seto – The Arcade Blogger


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Evelyn Seto labored at Atari underneath inventive director George Opperman on a number of the firm’s most iconic graphic materials, together with arcade cupboards comparable to Fire Truck and Soccer, a wealth of arcade recreation promote sheets, and console packaging for the buyer division. Not to say the well-known Atari ‘Fuji’ brand. Evelyn’s lengthy and storied profession additionally noticed her employed by trade giants HP and Apple, and Atari cofounder Nolan Bushnell at his post-Atari toy/tech ventures AG Bear and Androbot.

With visitor co-host Tim Lapetino, writer 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.



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