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Monday, 03 March 2014 11:50

Statue commemorating Steve Jobs unveiled

Written by Nick Farrell



Jobs was Cthulhu after all

Apple has unveiled a sculpture which reveals that Steve Jobs was a "Great Old Ones" and a member of a pantheon of ancient, powerful deities from space who once ruled the Earth and who have since fallen into a deathlike sleep.

The sculpture has bust of Jobs on column on top of tentacle like arms which suck the souls and cash out of humanity. It was built from a melted down tank and the tentacles are actually Cyrillic letters and a 1 and 0, representing binary numbers. It comes from the mind of a Serbian sculptor and chosen from more than 10,000 entries in a global competition. It is fortunately only a model but could end up as a 10 to 16 foot statue.

Apple said that its management appreciated the imperfections of the piece over more computer-centric design entries. The tribute to "Yog Sothothery" will be transported to Apple headquarters where it will be worshipped by the insane drones and denizens of the Apple Cult who long ago sold their souls to the pursuit of dark shadows.

You can check it out here.

 

Nick Farrell

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