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4.25 / 5.00

Date
10/24/2011
Category
Illustration
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1304 x 1697 px
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apple
portrait
stevejobs
  • Frontpaged October 24, 2011

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SirVegoSirVego

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Oct 25, 2011

Nice work

I love the look on his face. It says "The world is fuckin' mine!" and for a time it was


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PhillipBPhillipB

Rated 4 / 5 stars Oct 25, 2011

fare well,

you pretentious greedy bastard. good piece though.



CoopCoop

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Oct 25, 2011

Sinister, yet progressive

Wow, what an impressive little piece, showcasing one of the most forward thinking minds of Silicon Valley. I love the fact that you've put a blue sky with clouds as the background, as it helps contribute to the symbolism of the rather sinister look that you've captured on his face.

The ever present Apple icon is the lasting sign of Jobs' legacy on this mortal coil and the look of a megalomaniac on his face certainly panders to the feeling about him from some of his rivals - particularly at Google and Samsung, since they had borne the brunt of his wrath most recently before his demise.

The outgoing side of Jobs on the stage, presenting his latest techno-wizardry to the masses and swelling the coffers of his company seems to be missing, when he had a smile on his face, likened to a child saying to a proud parent "look what I've done!" And it goes deeper to show the artist's feelings are marginal, but still ever so slightly anti-Jobs. What he has done for society by and large may be perceived to be good, or even great, but the practices employed in his twilight years may have been seen as a little heavy handed, as per some of his corporate predecessors.

Not even Jobs could change the way that Capitalism works.

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GroundidGroundid

Rated 5 / 5 stars Oct 25, 2011

10 for the art...7 for the subject piece...

People will miss him because of the services he provided..not who he was as a man, and that's where we fail as a people. but yea, good art nonetheless.


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gerardus93gerardus93

Rated 5 / 5 stars Oct 25, 2011

a Genius

"Stay hungry, stay foolish"

Rest in peace Steve Jobs, your creative fire will be missed