Susan Kare, who worked with Steve Jobs as a founding member of the original Macintosh team at Apple, is selling hand painted reproductions of the "Pirate Flag" that flew over the Macintosh building (Bandley 3) at Apple Computer in 1983.
Susan is the designer and painter of the original pirate flag, seen at left and in these group photos with Steve Jobs, who was Chairman of Apple at the time, and the infamous CEO and his soon to be ouster, John Sculley, below.
The flags are available in either 3'x5' or 4'x6' sizes, for $1,900 and $2,400, respectively. This strikes me as quite reasonable for a unique piece of art from a professional designer who had an incredible impact on the user experience of the original Macintosh.
I mean, the artist is basically recreating her original work... The Mac "pirate flag" epitomizes the story of the birth of the Mac computer... Indeed, this flag basically represents everything Steve Jobs worked for at Apple until he died.
To suggest that many entrepreneurs can relate to what the Apple pirate flag represents could be the understatement of the century.