Steve Jobs Statue for Apple’s Cupertino HQ has Imperfections!

Apple is known as a visionary. It's also seen as a company anticipating superhit products mush before its competitors. That's why when Apple unveiled in Belgrade on Monday, a bust of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs to be installed at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.,everyone anticipated a creative work, rather than simply a statue. And rightly so. To inform you, Monday February 24 is the birthday of Late Steve Jobs.

The bust unveiled is the scaled down model of the final obelisk design; and is created by famed sculptor Dragan Radenović, reports Netokracija.

The work was selected in a contest with over 10,000 entries, incorporates a bust of Jobs’ head mounted on a pillar. Emanating from the sides of the pillar feature are Cyrillic letters and the numbers 1 and 0, representing the binary numeral system. According to Radenović, Apple management appreciated the imperfections of the piece over more computer-centric design entries. Humans are imperfect, so is God.

Have a look at the Steve Job's Statue to be installed at Apple’s Cupertino HQ.


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