A statue in memory of Apple's famous leader has been unveiled and it's just about the freakiest looking thing you can imagine.
The late Steve Jobs would have been 59 years old on the Feb. 25, and to celebrate his life and work, Apple unveiled their design for a new sculpture in his honour. It's a horrorshow.
The mockup comes from Serbian sculptor Dragan Radenovic the first choice out of 10,000 entries.
The Latin letterr A is in there to signify Apple (obviously) and there's also the binary numbers 0 and 1, a representation of all the coding.
Right now, a small version of the design is on its way to Apple's head office in California for a final appraisal. If its decided upon, it'll be recreated in a form that could be up to 5 meters high. And that's even more scary.