More than half a year ago in the Ukraine in Odessa installed the first monument in the CIS Steve Jobs.
The opening ceremony of the monument to the founder of Apple Steve Jobs took place in Odessa on the street Novoselskogo in the first anniversary of the death of the genius of digital technology.
The monument is made in the form of a two-meter palm with fingers extended and the logo Apple. It is made up of many small parts - gears, bolts and pistons.
As the author of the monument to Cyril Maksimenko, to create a sculpture he took a year and 230 pounds of iron parts.
“The monument is a detailed hand to the people, and also deployed an apple - this was and Jobs - said Maksimenko. - This is the first monument to Jobs in the CIS. “At the opening of the monument came about a hundred people. Mostly it was the students who were holding portraits of Steve Jobs.
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