He made the gadgets – and now the gadgets are making him.
This incredible work of art is a fitting tribute to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Created by Greek designer Charis Tsevis, the collage is made up of every product Apple has ever released.
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Mr Tsevis created it when Apple’s chief executive was on indefinite medical leave. He described his portrait as the ‘ultimate get well soon gesture’.
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From revolutionary gadgets such as the recent iPod and iPhone, to the less-inspiring Apple TV and eMac, Mr Jobs oversaw an avalanche of devices over the years.
The 56-year-old’s death was announced on Wednesday. He had been suffering from pancreatic cancer.