Foundry, a research team at Mint Digital, made a portrait of Steve Jobs out of MacBook Pro parts.
Foundry, a research team at Mint Digital, made a portrait of Steve Jobs out of MacBook Pro parts. lostateminor.com

Parts used to create Jobs' portrait

NO other recent death has moved the masses as much as that of Apple icon Steve Jobs.   As the force behind the tools many artists around the world are using today, he certainly did his share in making the world a more creative place.   One of the better artistic responses to the sad event was this tribute portrait that Foundry, a research team at Mint Digital, made out of MacBook Pro parts. >> More of the latest art at lostateminor.com


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