Graphic Novel Imagines How Buddhism Influenced Steve Jobs’ Design Ethos

Graphic Novel Imagines How Buddhism Influenced Steve Jobs’ Design Ethos
technology

Forbes and JESS3 capture Jobs' "lost years" in a graphic novel by Caleb Melby.

Plus Aziz
  • 19 december 2011

It was an uncertain time for Apple’s founder Steve Jobs. Creative agency JESS3 and Forbes worked with Forbes reporter Caleb Melby to publish a 60-page graphic novel called The Zen of Steve Jobs. The book, which is partly fictionalized, takes the reader primarily through the 80s, when Jobs was kicked out of Apple.

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