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Steve Jobs Portrait Made Out of Apples: a Fitting Tribute

by Lambert Varias
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It may not be as minimalistic or wallpaper-friendly as that now (in)famous Apple silhouette logo, but this portrait of the late Steve Jobs is still a neat piece of work and a very appropriate one, since it’s made entirely out of apples.

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The portrait was made by Montreal-based artist Olivier Lefebvre (pictured above), who used 3,750 apples to create the portrait. All of the apples were rotting and thus not fit for consumption, so no waste here. Here’s a shot of Olivier working on the piece:

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And here’s another shot of the finished portrait:

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You can check out the original pics along with Olivier’s other work on his website. Rest in peace, Mr. Jobs.

[via Geeks are Sexy via Oddity Central]




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