Check Out This Awesome Steve Jobs Portrait Made From 4,001 Post-it Notes

Check Out This Awesome Steve Jobs Portrait Made From 4,001 Post-it Notes

Since Steve Jobs passed away on October 5, we’ve seen a stack of awesome of tribute images created from MacBook parts, Minecraft building blocks, and even salt. However, this has to be one of my favorite: a portrait of Steve created with 4,001 Post-it notes.

The image was created on the window of an Apple retail store in Munich, Germany, and as you can see from the time-lapse video below, it took a long time to build.

It’s wonderful to see a group of people put so much effort into paying their respects, and it’s great that the staff at this particular Apple store allowed fans to decorate its window with 4,001 Post-it notes.

Check Out This Awesome Steve Jobs Portrait Made From 4,001 Post-it Notes

[via MacRumors]

  • Boback

    Pretty amazing. Shame they’ll take it off when they wash the windows next.

  • Klaus Wichmand

    Isn’t that the whole point, like the zen Buddhist sand painting, they get destroyed once they are done to teach us that everything is temporal.

  • prof_peabody

    looks like a bit of cheating going on about the eyebrow level. :-)

  • Lorna

    Respect

  • Steve Jobs is a GENIUS!

    That is awesome! They should keep it there forever, even though that is impossible when it comes to window washing and post-its unreliability to keep up with long-term conditions.

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