Commodore 64: a visual commpendium
Commodore 64: a visual commpendium is a book that celebrates the beauty of the greatest home computer ever made.
The campaign has now launched on Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2146199819/commodore-64-a-visual-commpendium-by-bitmap-books
Created by lifelong Commodore 64 fan and Graphic Designer Sam Dyer, the final book will feature 200+ pages of lovingly designed and beautifully printed artwork. Unlike other Commodore 64 books, it will celebrate the visual side of the computer in a way that has never been seen before.
It will be packed full of artwork by Oliver Frey, game art, reviews, loading screens, game maps and photography. The foreword will be written by legendary Sensible Software Graphic Artist Stoo Cambridge.
As a special reward there are still signed copies of Micro Hexagon by Paul Koller available, beautifully packaged with stickers, poster and booklet. Only 100 PAL cartridges of Micro Hexagon will ever be made.
Please support this unique Kickstarter campaign!
Sam has over 10 years experience as an award winning professional Graphic Designer, working for agencies in London and also in the South West of England. His passion for design and also the Commodore 64, mean that he is ideally placed to create this book to the highest possible standard.
About Bitmap Books
A new publisher specialising in beautifully designed and produced books all about video games. Commodore 64: a visual commpendium is the first book by