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USENIX Click on any of the above pictures to view larger versions.The shirt shown in the first picture shows the original Phil Foglioart that was the basis for theshirt shown in the second picture,commissioned for the tenth anniversary of the Usenix organization. Each attendee at the June 1985 summer conference held in Portland, Oregon received one of these shirts.
The following story of the origin of the tenth anniversaryUsenix T-shirt was related by Mike O’Brien, who was living in Chicagoin 1976 when this story begins. Also living in Chicago was comicartist Phil Foglio, whose star was just beginning to rise. At thattime Mike was a bonded locksmith. Phil’s roommate had unexpectedlysplit town, and he was the only one who knew the combination tothe wall safe in their apartment. This apartment was the only one Mikehad ever seen that had a wall safe, but it sure did have one, andPhil had stuff locked in there. Mike didn’t hold out muchhope, since safes were far beyond his locksmithing sphere ofcompetence, but he figured “no guts, no glory” so he told Phil thathe would give it a whack. In return, Mike requested T-shirt art.Phil readily agreed.
Wonder of wonders, this safe was vulnerable to the samealgorithm to which Master locks used to be susceptible. Mike openedit after about 15 minutes of manipulation. It was his greatest momentas a locksmith and Phil was overjoyed. Mike went down to his laband shot some Polaroid snaps of the PDP-11 system on which he wasrunning UNIX at the time, and gave them to Phil with some descriptionsof the visual puns he wanted: pipes, demons with forks running alongthe pipes, a “bit bucket” named /dev/null, all that.
What Phil came up with is the artwork that graced the firstdecade’s worth of “UNIX T-shirts”, which were made by a Ma-and-Paoperation in a Chicago suburb. They turned out transfer art usinga 3M color copier in their basement. Hence, the PDP-11 is reversed(the tape drives are backward), but since Phil left off the frontpanel, this error was hard to detect. His trademark signature wasphoto-reversed, but was recopied by the T-shirt people and”re-forwardized,”–which is why it looks a little funny compared tohis real signature.
Dozens and dozens of these shirts were produced. Bell Labsalone accounted for an order of something like 200 for a big picnic.Each attendee at the June 1985 summer conference held in Portland,Oregon received one of these shirts. However, only four REALoriginals were produced: these four have a distinctive red collar andsleeve cuff. One went to Ken, one to Dennis, one to Mike, and oneto Mike’s then-wife (Mike has two shirts now). Ken andDennis were presented with their shirts at the Urbana conference.
People ordered these shirts direct from the Chicago couple.Many years later, when Mike was living in LA, he got a call fromArmando Stettner, then at DEC, asking about that now-famous artwork.Mike told him that he had not talked to the Illinois T-shirt makersin years. At Armando’s request Mike called them up. They had foldedthe operation years ago and were within days of discarding all theold artwork. Mike requested its return, and duly received it backin the mail. It looked strange, in its original form — the mirrorimage of the image on the shirts with which everyone else wasnow familiar.
Mike sent the artwork to Armando, who wanted to give it tothe Ultrix marketing people. They came out with the Ultrix posterthat showed a nice shiny Ultrix machine contrasted with thechewing-gum-and-string PDP-11 UNIX with which people were familiar.They still have the artwork, as far as Mike knows.
About 1 year after Usenix produced the Portland conferenceT-shirts, they paid Phil for the artwork. Thus, Usenix currentlyholds title to the copyright.
The BSD daemon showed up again on the shirt shown in the secondpicture for the Usenix multimedia conference held in 1991in Nashville Tennessee.
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