Here's a tedious lesson for the three people who might care. When we started Sega Retro, I wasn't aware this was much of a thing, but Wikipedia misleads in very subtle ways. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:MacOS_original_logo.svg Classic Mac OS logo - the first result in Google Images, plastered over the biggest source of information on the planet. And it's fake! Source: Apple.com? Yeah maybe, but it's a raster image "vectorised" to produce an SVG. SVGs are always the best so hurray, best format, everyone wins etc., but not unless we're really dealing with just vertical and horizontal lines, the result (however close) will always be an estimate. At high resolutions, this logo begins to break down (it's just about noticeable with the "S") and at low resolutions... well nobody cares, but once you know it's not real, it's gets under your skin. So I went to find a real one. https://segaretro.org/File:MacOS_logo_1998.svg And look, slight differences on the M serifs and different colours too. Because I ran into the official 1998 brand guidelines: https://retrocdn.net/File:Mac_Logo_Guidelines_1998.pdf https://retrocdn.net/File:Mac_Logo_Guidelines_1998-08-26_Horizontal.svg https://retrocdn.net/File:Mac_Logo_Guidelines_1998-08-26_Vertical.svg (strictly speaking these are "Mac" rather than "Mac OS" guidelines but there's an OS vector in there) I am president CEO of the pedantic society. Except not really because I haven't obeyed their spacing recommendations. But whatever - point is, it's not just text that can be wrong on Wikipedia, images can be too, so watch out. Oh and because obviously: https://retrocdn.net/File:Mac_Logo_Guidelines_2001-04.pdf https://retrocdn.net/File:Mac_Logo_Guidelines_2018-03.pdf I found some 2001 and 2018 specs too. In fact we're making a collection. "Don't you make fake logos too?" https://retrocdn.net/Category:Magazine_logos Sort of..? Unless I can find an official one, then yes I have been cleaning up logos from magazine scans. But in most cases, the original sources will have been lost, and some were never digital to begin with, but I'm not redrawing these things from scratch so they're usually accurate enough. Also this was for an idea that never came to be - Metacritic has logos for review summaries and I thought about doing something similar for Sega Retro (i.e. it was an aesthetic thing, not a documentation one). But that's more typing than I can be bothered with and half the reviews don't have neat summaries.