This past week, Steve Jobs, co-founder of the electronics company Apple, Inc., died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 56. His legendary status is well deserved, and it's sad to see him go so soon. He was a pioneer, an innovator, a billionaire, and a great inspiration to us all. And despite his health problem in the last several years, he pressed on bravely. I could go as far as to call him the real-life Tony Stark/Iron Man!
And thus, he deserves a tribute. Finished just now on Flash is a tablet drawing I did of Lily Merriweather paying tribute to Jobs.
Thank you for years of quality computers and groundbreaking gadgets, Steve. We'll miss you.