Yesterday, we lost an inspiring man to a rare form of pancreatic cancer. Steve Jobs, who died at just 56, will obviously be remembered for innovative Apple products such as Mac, iPhone, iPod and iPad. As a tribute to the legendary Steve Jobs, I have compiled a collection of breathtaking illustrations by talented designers from around the world. I hope that you enjoy them!

"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of other's opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” — Steve Jobs


1. Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs

Designed by: Richard Davies


2. Steven Paul Jobs

Steven Paul Jobs

"This is a typeface-driven design based on the "Here's to the crazy ones" ad campaign from Apple in the 90s, using Motter Tektura, Apple Garamond, Myriad, Univers, Gill Sans, and Volkswagen AG Rounded, fonts present in Apple branding and products." — Dylan Roscover

Designed by: Dylan Roscover


3. Happy Birthday Steve!

Happy Birthday Steve!

Designed by: Charis Tsevis


4. Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs 2

Designed by: xjordi360




"Made with HOPE Poster Photo Filter for iPad." — Owolfson

Designed by: Owolfson


6. Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs 3

"I’ve been an Apple user since around 1987… First computer: SE30. Since then my Apple gear from my Quadra 840AV to my iPhone 4 has aided me in my Music production as well as my Art. I could never have done as much as I’ve done creatively on a Windows PC. I see Steve Jobs as an artist..who has delivered tools to other artists. Thank you Steve Jobs!" — Gene Williams

Designed by: Gene Williams


7. Steve Jobs and Apple's DNA

Steve Jobs and Apple's DNA

Designed by: Charis Tsevis


Leading the Way

Steve Jobs and Apple are credited for raising the bar with innovative technology that utilizes sole-pleasing simplicity. These illustrations are a perfect representation of the relationship between Steve and design. So what are your thoughts on these digital illustrations? How will you remember Steve Jobs?