Did you drool over the possibilities an awesome home computer like the Amiga 500 would give you when you read about it and its software (both games and applications) in the 80s computer magazines? I surely did!
To many users, the Amiga 500 with its low acquisition cost and some powerful features – for an 80’s home computer – was undoubtedly the ticket to a world of digital creativity with their imagination being the only limit!
Undoubtedly the Amiga was a favorite among creative computer users.
Finally the Amiga 600 makes an appearance on one of my recreated posters!
Poster no. 12 and it’s the good old Amiga 500 again! The home computer that brought hundreds of powerful creative applications to the average user in the late 80s.
The eleventh poster concerns Commodore’s CDTV, a device that targeted the living room.
The 8th poster tries to recreate one of the inspired old-school Commodore ads that appeared in the press when the Amiga 500 was released.
I present you the 7th recreated Amiga poster! It is a lovely photo shoot of the most popular Amiga model, the 500.
The fourth recreated original Commodore Amiga poster is about the big box Amiga 2000.
My third poster is a recreation of an original Commodore magazine ad about the most successful Amiga model and my first Amiga computer, the Amiga 500.