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| April 19, 2013
Path Taps 'Iconic' Macintosh Graphic Designer Susan Kare For New Sticker Pack
Now you can take a bite out of Susan Kare's pixel art right within the popular social networking app Path. Susan Kare is, of course, the graphic designer responsible for many of the icons and typefaces in the original Macintosh operating system. And she's one of the artists whose artwork has just been spotlighted by Path. Kare has just designed a Path sticker pack called Iconic Bites. Iconic Bites includes pixelated stickers depicting a number of tasty treats, which can be sent through Path's private messaging feature. "I designed the stickers of iconic food in a limited grid, hoping they can be useful literally (want to get coffee?) and creatively as symbols (e.g. You’re the cream in my coffee) and add some visual shorthand and humor to messages," said Kare in a Q&A with Path, in which she also talks about her experience as an artist, particularly her work at Apple. "As someone whose car has more than a few stickers, I know they can be a fun way to communicate." Kare's Iconic Bites sticker pack is available now in Path's in-app shop for $1.99. Path's in-app shop, which offers sticker packs and filters, was introduced in the app's 3.0 update last month, which also added its messaging capability. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later, Path is available in the App Store for free. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]