Months may have already passed since Steve Jobs passed away, but as long as Apple survives thanks to the man’s brilliant innovations, his memory lives on. Just in case there were any doubts about Mr. Jobs’ legacy though, fans have been working on their own ways to immortalize the late CEO. From action figures to a Facebook-organized holiday, people across the globe have been creating a variety of tributes.
While any graffiti tribute would take some time and forethought (assuming the artist didn’t want to be arrested in the process), this lenticular portrait took even more time to put together as the creator had to figure out the angle his work would be viewed at and to ensure it went up straight in order for the illusion to work. In case you were curious what it looks like from the wrong angle, her is a side view:
As if all this weren’t impressive enough, the artist didn’t just stop with the face of the late Mr. Jobs, he also created the image to portray a young Steve Jobs when viewed from the opposite direction, giving the viewer a quick look at the aging process of the visionary.
While there are no indications as to who put up the artwork (one of the drawbacks of being a graffiti artist), they certainly live up to Apple’s slogan and “think different.”