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Steve Jobs Shows Off Mini iPhone and iPod

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With all the buzz surrounding the impending Apple WWDC show, it was only a matter of time before pictures of Steve Jobs and some new i-Things would leak to the ‘net. So I’m happy to bring you this exclusive first look at Apple’s latest breakthrough in miniaturization. Without further ado, I give you Paper Steve Jobs.

Paper Steve Jobs by Toy-a-Day

While it’s not the new iPhone 2 that everyone’s clamoring for, the tiny papercraft Steve Jobs sure looks cute hanging onto his flattened 2D iPhone Mini and iPod Pico.

Paper Steve Jobs by Joe Chiang

The pulpy little version of Jobs was created by Joe Chiang as part of his wonderful papercraft Toy-a-Day series, which promises a whimsical new paper cut-out figure every day for a full year.

Papercraft Steve Jobs by Toy-a-Day

The collection already already includes great boxy versions of Mario, Cat in the Hat, Spiderman, R2-D2 and Optimus Prime among others.

Papercraft Toy-a-Day by Joe Chiang

While you can grab PDFs of Joe’s creations on the Toy-a-Day site, be sure to head over to the Papertoys Etsy shop to show you care.

Oh, and one more thing… it really is true what they say – paper dolls and people, they’re a similar shape.



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