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Picture This: Steve Jobs Gets Bronzed

Hungarian software maker Graphisoft commissions a life-size sculpture of Apple's Steve Jobs.

How the Sculpture Is Being Built


Hungarian software maker Graphisoft chief Gabor Bojar recently commissioned a bronze statue of the late Steve Jobs. The statue, crafted by Hungarian sculptor Erno Toth, is expected to be delivered on Dec. 20. Here we have an interesting collection of images that show off the sculptor's process as he works on the cast model of the bronze statue.
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The Sculptor and His Statue


Toth stands next to his creation in progress.
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Larger Than Life


The statue of Jobs is about 7 feet tall.
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A Product Presentation


Hungarian software maker Graphisoft chief Gabor Bojar recently commissioned a bronze statue of the late Steve Jobs. The statue, crafted by Hungarian sculptor Erno Toth, is expected to be delivered on Dec. 20. Here we have an interesting collection of images that show off the sculptor's process as he works on the cast model of the bronze statue.
Images: Reuters

In Progress


The welding proceeds.
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Imitation the Sincerest Form of Flattery?


A worker in Toth's foundry stands next to the Jobs statue.
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The Head Appears


Erno Toth, the sculptor, removes the statue's head from the cast.
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Progress


The head features Jobs' famous stubble; the hand and fingers are exaggerated.
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Pulling the Pieces Together


Parts of the scuplture sit near the photo of Jobs that appears to have inspired the project.
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Headed for Budapest


The Jobs statue will stand at Budapest business complex where Graphisoft, the business that commissioned the statue, is headquartered.
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