That’s one priceless heirloom over there. – Via Book Of Joe.
This is a portrait of Apple founder Steve Jobs made out of 3,750 apples. It was made by Quebec-based artist Olivier Lefebvre. Unfortunately, it’s probably rotten by now. (Via Blastr)
It’s still widely considered the most innovative commercial ever made Apple’s 1984. Much like Apple’s products, the joint was stylish, innovative and well put together. It debuted and aired nationally for the only time during Super Bowl XVIII. In honor of Apple founder Steve Jobs, who passed away at 56, here’s 1984.
October 5 is a sad day. Apple founder Steve Jobs passed away today. In honor of one of the greatest visionaries of our time, here’s Jobs’ 2005 Stanford Commencement Address. Jobs didn’t attend Stanford. In fact, he left college after one year to found Apple in a garage. Eerily, he talks about death for a… Continue reading Steve Jobs’ Stanford Commencement Address [Video]