I lived the history of computers. And there was no better user-friendly computer than the Apple Macintosh. It changed the fledgling personal computer market in 1984. The MacOS was all about getting work done with the simple click of a mouse, the simple graphic-driven user interface applications and a smart end-user experience. A big part of that was the icon. Icons are everything to our technology. We take them for granted. But they are an important visual language. Godzilla left a footprint, albeit small, in that early history of computing and icons. Along with a few releases of software, Toho released a set of icons designed by Godzilla illustration Shinji Nishkawa for the Mac.