Earl Crabb (September 6, 1941 - February 20, 2015) was an American artist, photographer, computer programmer, and jack-of-all-trades. Born in Le Sueur, Minnesota, Crabb graduated from William College in 1964 where he studied economics. A pioneering computer programmer, Crabb designed the first on-line banking programs for Bank of America and the first touch screen program for a Candian tourist bureau among other projects. He was a beloved figure of the 1960s traditional and folk music scene in San Francisco, where he was known as a photographer, producer, and organizer. From 1968 until his death, Crabb owned and operated Humbead Enterprises which created and published posters (including the celebrated 'Humbead's Revised Map of the World' which he created with Rick Shubb) and distributed books by David Goines. He was married to Giselle Shepatin.

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