Creative cyberpunk nightscapes by Steve Roe, a talented photographer, digital art, and urban explorer currently based in the capital of South Korea. Steve mainly focuses on street photography. He explores the streets of Seoul to capture fantastic urban landscapes with dope colors and tones. Continue reading »
Although he readily admits to having been fortunate in his career, meeting the right people at the right time, Steve Chinhsuan Wang’s career path hasn’t always been easy. Continue reading »
People often say ‘like father, like son,’ and it is so unbelievably true in this case. Robert Irwin, the son of Steve Irwin, is following in his late father’s footsteps and is helping the world to fall in love with nature. Continue reading »
Peanut shells seem like a strange medium for sculpture, but talented miniature artist Steve Casino turns ordinary peanuts into pop culture icons with so much character they could hang out with Mr. Peanut. Artist Steve Casino’s creations are as cool as his name. Made from the entire contents and outer pod of the peanut, Casino’s tiny works of art can take up to 20 hours for him to complete. Continue reading »
This rare photograph of Steve Jobs demonstrates the Apple co-founder’s infamous rebellious spirit as he “flips the bird” outside an IBM building in New York City. Continue reading »
It’s The End Of The World: Artist Steve McGhee Creates Horrific And Tragic Photo Manipulations Of Catastrophes
The guru of photography manipulations Steve McGhee. Let him say for himself: “My work reflects a personal interest in things human beings have little or no control over. We walk through life feeling like we’re indestructible, while in reality, we’re just the opposite. In the days and weeks following a major catastrophes, people tend to reboot – we get shocked back into being human. That is to say, we react in an undeniably human way… whenever tragedy strikes in the world people come together to help those directly affected. It’s just too bad we have to be reminded that we’re human in such terrible ways.” Continue reading »
Мisual artist Olivier Lefebvre wanted to accomplish with his representation of Steve Jobs’ portrait made entirely out of apples – the land art tribute expresses the impact Steve Jobs had on modern technology and the apple silhouette. Continue reading »
British artist and designer Steve Wintercroft created the innovative, eco-friendly masks that allow you to turn your 2D cardboard scraps into artistic, 3D masks. Wintercroft was inspired after he made his own mask from a heap of cardboard for a Halloween party costume. He got so many compliments on it that he decided to make other mask designs and offer them to people as a way to create their own costumes using recycled materials. Continue reading »
In 1983, Steve Jobs and his team who were attending a conference in Aspen, decided to bury a capsule that could be opened by future generations or roughly twenty years later. However, they forgot where the capsule was buried and therefore could not follow through with this plan. Recently, National Geographic’s TV Show, “Diggers” inadvertently discovered the capsule. Continue reading »
Steve Jobs’s yacht was has been unveiled in a Dutch shipyard, where the unusual boat designed by Jobs and famed minimalist designer Philippe Starck was christened “Venus”, after the Roman goddess of love, beauty, sex, fertility, prosperity and victory.
According to Dutch website OneMoreThing, the finished ship was launched at shipbuilder Koninklijke De Vries in Aalsmeer in the Netherlands. Jobs’s widow Laurene and three of their children, Reed, Aaron and Eve, were at the ceremony. Continue reading »
In Memorial of Steve Jobs, Germany based design studio Bandeet built a Steve Jobs figure out of modelling clay. Enjoy.
Steve Madden shoes collection for the Summer of 2012 in photographs by Marley Kate. Models: Nell Rebowe and Terese Pagh. Continue reading »
A Hungarian sculptor and software company have found a way to honor the late technology guru Steve Jobs. Erno Toth crafted a bronze statue that now sits on the Budapest campus of Graphisoft, according to a Reuters report. The statue portrays Jobs as many remember him: wearing his signature turtleneck sweater, jeans, and round glasses and sporting a short beard. He is holding what appears to be an iPhone in his right hand and gesturing with his left hand.
Sculptor Erno Toth with the Steve Jobs statue he created. (Reuters / Laszlo Balogh) Continue reading »
Steve Russell is a staff photographer of Toronto Star.
A laneway off of Yonge is transformed into a movie quality rain scape in Curtis Grahauer’s “I just Know Something Good is going to happen, 2011” during the 2011 edition of Nuit Blanche where the city core is transformed by the work of hundreds of artists in the sixth installment of the sunset-to-sunrise celebration of contemporary art in Toronto. October 1, 2011. Continue reading »
Hungarian sculptor Erno Toth works on a wax model for a new bronze statue of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in Budapest. The statue, commissioned by chief of Hungarian software maker Graphisoft Gabor Bojar, will be delivered December 20. (Reuters) Continue reading »
iPhone 4 hard case cover with portrait of Steve Jobs are on sale on October 9, 2011 in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province of China. (ChinaOut) Continue reading »
Shops along the narrow Via San Gregorio Armeno Street in Naples specialize in Christmas statues, crèches and trinkets throughout the year. In recent decades, artists and craftsmen of these shops have been making Neapolitan crèches, pertaining to the southern Italian city of Naples, with statues of prominent figures placed near the nativity scenes.
These statues portray the signs of the times, according to Neapolitan artists. One such artist, Gennaro Di Virgilio, chooses at least one contemporary character every year, to sculpt and place near the scenes of the traditional story of Jesus’ birth in a manger, Reuters reports.
This year, Di Virgilio has created figurines of Apple’s former CEO Steve Jobs, who died recenlty at the age of 56 after a long-drawn battle with cancer. The figurine portrays the lean-looking Jobs of later years.
Jobs’ statue is shown holding a product depicting Apple‘s logo. The sculpture sports a high-necked black Tee, which resembles that worn by Jobs, at his two most notable public appearances over the last two years. The figurine is meant to evoke memories of Jobs’ presence at the launch of Apple’s new tablet computing device (the iPad) in Januay 2010, following which he took a brief medical leave-of-absence before returning to the spotlight to unveil the iPad 2, in March, 2011, in San Francisco.
Earlier this year, Di Virgilio also created figures of Britain’s Prince William and his fiancée, Kate Middleton in March, 2011, ahead of their royal wedding. In Dec. 2010, the artist placed a statue of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in a Neapolitan Christmas creche. Only one copy of the Assange statuette was reportedly made available for sale. According to reports, the statue costs, approximately, 130 Euros ($177). (Reuters / IBITimes)
Late Steve Jobs holds the new “iPad” during the launch of Apple’s new tablet computing device in San Francisco, California, January 27, 2010 (L) and a figure of Apple founder is seen in an craft shop in Naples October 7, 2011. (Reuters) Continue reading »
1. The 1984 ad (1984) The spot that introduced the Apple Macintosh aired only once, on Jan. 22, 1984, during the third quarter of Super Bowl XVIII. People haven’t stopped talking about it since. Envisioning a hellish dystopian future (or was it the present?) of drones under the thumb of a televised Big Brother, the Ridley Scott-directed ad brought on a hot Valkyrie with a hammer to smash through the screen and liberate the masses. What did this have to do with computers? Not much, but it established once and for all the terms of home computing’s dominant rivalry: fascist PCs vs. freedom-fighting Macs. The Apple board got cold feet about showing the ad at the last minute, but Jobs and cofounder Steve Wozniak held firm. In 1999, TV Guide called it the number one commercial of all time. (Ty Burr / The Boston Globe) Continue reading »
Apple has dedicated its homepage to Steve Jobs. (Reuters) Continue reading »
Flowers and an iPad showing a picture of Steve Jobs are placed at a makeshift memorial for Jobs at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California, and a tag is painted outside Apple’s flagship store on 5th Avenue in New York. Apple founder and visionary Steve Jobs, 56, died from cancer on Wednesday, a premature end for a man who revolutionized modern culture and changed forever the world’s relationship to technology through inventions such as the iPad and iPhone. (Getty Images, AFP) Click image to zoom.
Apple Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs is shown in this combination of file photographs dating (top row L to R) 2000, 2003, 2005,(bottom row L to R) 2006, 2008 and 2009. Jobs has resigned his position as CEO of Apple,and recommended that COO Tim Cook replace him, the company announced August 24. (Reuters) Continue reading »
Designer Charis Tsevis built this photo mosaic of Steve Jobs for the Italian magazine Panorama. Continue reading »
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