I have launched a Kickstarter campaign for a book about the VIC 20: please take a look!
Comments are very welcome.
This is an excerpt of the description:
Commodore VIC 20: a visual history is a book about the computer that made Commodore enter the home market, with all its early peripherals. The VIC 20 was the first colour home computer to cost less than $300, the first to sell one million units, the first to have a modem for under $100, and the first approach to personal computing for a whole generation.
Many books celebrate the even more successful Commodore 64, but I felt that its little brother deserved some attention too.
“A visual history” doesn't mean that there won't be any text: every chapter will have an introduction, and many pictures will be described with a caption. "Visual" just means that the pictures are what makes this book special.
These are a few mock-ups I prepared for Kickstarter:
Hope you like it, back it, and share it :-) Thanks!