I understand the appeal of collections, especially big, full collections. So does Thomas Park, because he got together a collection of pictures of all the Apple stores and threw them into a neat, scrollable gallery. In a post on his blog, Park talks about the first time he saw the Tyson’s Corner, Virgina store, the experience which ultimately led him to his quest to corral all the Apple stores into one place.
It’s worth mentioning that while this still must have taken a lot of effort, Park didn’t actually go around visiting the Apple stores or anything. He just took the pictures off the Apple website. Put together in a gallery like this, you can really get a feel for the Apple store aethetic and why they are so iconic. They’re in chronological order too, so you can kind of see the progression. There’s a few missing in the collection, mostly due to current renovations, but other than that, the list seems to be 100 percent complete. If you appreciate Apple design themes, you should definitely check it out.
(via The Next Web)
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