Design student's tribute to Steve Jobs
becomes online hit

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Dezeen Wire: a teenage design student's simple and poignant graphic reworking of Apple's logo that replaces the bite out of the apple with a silhouette of Steve Jobs has generated a huge amount of online interest as well as a job offer for its designer.

Jonathan Mak

The design, by 19-year-old Hong Kong student Jonathan Mak, was posted on Mak's blog in August but has so garnered over 180,000 visits and 1,300 comments since the death of Apple co-founder Steve Job's death this week - via Reuters

Posted on Friday October 7th 2011 at 6:14 pm by Alyn Griffiths. Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • Perth Web Design

    GReat design is so easy to appreciate. What a fantastic tribute to a great man and an awesome brand.
    Comment made from my iPad.