Chris Thornley Apple Design
October 14, 2011 by staff
Chris Thornley Apple Design, The tribute cover Manila Bulletin Apple founder Steve Jobs, on Friday, October 7, has a graphic design for a 19-year-old in Hong Kong, which has since become a sensation on the Internet.
Jonathan Mak, a student at the School of Hong Kong Polytechnic University design, incorporating the cut profile of Jobs in the bite of the Apple logo in the middle of a black background.
It is, therefore, made aware of the lack jobs and the part remaining in the Apple icon and logo best captured the essence of his legacy.
The design moving, first by Mak as a blog on “Tumblr.com” the August 26, 2011 – one day after the frail and sick job resigned as CEO of Apple, it spread like wildfire on Friday Jobs’s death was announced.
In the weekend that followed, the teen was flooded with more than 180,000 messages over the Internet about its design.
“It was a crazy day for me,” Mak said he was interviewed by Reuters on Friday. “I’m excited and terrified.”
Mak now thanks Simple T-shirts, caps, and other commemorative items as the world mourns passing of Jobs.
At least two companies in Europe had offered to buy the copyright of their design and others have offered a work of Mak.
But with the attention that comes controversy.
A certain Chris Thornley, who goes by the alias “RAID71″ in cyberspace, suggested a “scam” and said come up first with the graph of a peace editorial appeared in Creative Review website “creativereview.co . uk, “earlier this year.
In its reply posted on its website Tumblr.com, Mak said: “I will not apologize for” stealing “the work of Mr Thornley, because like others who have created similar pieces at the same time (although blatant copies), I have arrived at this design on my own. ”
Mak “redesign” of the Apple logo evoked much excitement among fans Jobs gadgets that at least seven Facebook accounts are campaigning to be the new official logo of Apple.
The “10 million I like to change the Apple logo” on page Facebook fan wants the immortal design as a tribute to the man, whom the world celebrated as the true face of Apple technology.
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