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Steve Jobs Gets Busted

by Paul Strauss
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…and by that, I mean he gets his likeness carved into a bust. In this case, I’m talking about a fun retro-pixel art bust you can put on your desk alongside your shiny new iToys.

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Designed by Dutch artist Metin Seven (who also created the awesome Technabob voxel mascot), this Steve Jobs bust not only looks cool, it’s made with a high-tech 3D printing process, thus completing the circle of geek life. The only thing better would be if you could dock your iPhone or iPod Touch on it. You hear us, Metin?

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You can get your hands on Steve Jobs’ head over at shapeways for about $117 (USD).

[Thanks for the tip, Metin!]

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Comments (1):

  1. John says:

    That is one funny recreation of Steve Jobs. I somehow agree with you, though. Should have speakers soon and have our iPods docked on it. No better way to symbolize Apple and its creator, right?

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