A tribute, an exhibition, a memorial. The US patent office honored Steve Jobs, not only a technology icon but also a prolific inventor with a special exhibition. In the Hall of fame of the Patent and Trademarks Office of Alexandria an exhibition has been set up that illustrates the 323 patents signed by Jobs: 30 […]
A tribute, an exhibition, a memorial. The US patent office has honored Steve Jobs, not only a technology icon, but also a prolific inventor, with a special exhibition. An exhibition illustrating the 323 patents signed by Jobs: 30 giant iPhones tell "Steve Jobs' patents: the art and technology that changed the world". The 30 iPhones not only explain the inventions of the founder of Apple but also look like 30 memorial gravestones, or a military platoon that gives its last salute to the great Steve. Perhaps he would have appreciated it, he who always preferred to let the products speak and not the managers of the company, perhaps he would have smiled seeing this tribute made by 30 monolithic iPhones. The exhibition is open until 15 January.