Apple Logo Steve Jobs

October 7, 2011 by staff 

Apple Logo Steve JobsApple Logo Steve Jobs, A design student from Hong Kong, said Friday he was overwhelmed and felt “unreal” after dark its logo in honor of the founder of Apple, Steve Jobs, created a sensation on the Internet worldwide.

The design, with the silhouette of Jobs joined the bite of a white Apple logo on a black background, has gone viral on the Internet since news of his death.

“I feel so unreal,” said Jonathan Mak, a sophomore graphic design at the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong, AFP, after it was flooded with tens of thousands of emails and messages to your Twitter account.

“You do not get to 180 thousands of notes without feeling a little crazy,” 19 years of age, published elsewhere Tumblr microblogging Friday, referring to the messages you have received.

Mak said newspapers in the United States and Germany have contacted him about buying the copyright to use your logo and had received job offers.

“I’m flattered by the attention, but I like to focus on my studies before taking any type of full-time job,” said the student with glasses, adding that he was trying to cope with his newfound fame.

“I’m very busy right now like I’m actually trying to finish a school project.”

When asked if he could do to business opportunities, Mak said he was considering contacting Apple about copyright, because its design is based on the Apple logo.

Some retailers have used their logo for use memorabilia such as shirts and hats that are sold on the Internet.

“I consider the use of any product that makes copyright of cancer research, as suggested by some people to me on the Internet,” he said. Jobs died at 56 of pancreatic cancer.

Mak said that for the first time with the design after Jobs announced his resignation in late August, but the logo received little attention at the moment.

The teenager said the founder of Apple had inspired in its design.

“It was a minimalist, which is the way you want to emphasize my design -. Fewer items, but a powerful message”

“Steve Jobs believed in their own ideas, and continued with their beliefs, no matter how people criticized him. He was brave,” said Mak.

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