Gonna miss his influence. And don’t ask me what any of this image means. It just sort of fell out of my ear.
well said Scott.
Quite poignant – I like it.
Thanks Steve. You’ve made me happy more than once! Wulamallessin & Blessings from The Mourne Mountains.
All the best Apples taste like rainbows
So sad, the end of an era . Not even a huge apple fan but still sad.
Doesn’t matter what it means Scott… it comes from the heart.
Good one. Works on several levels, even if you can’t define it. The first Apple product I interacted with was a mid 1980′s Macintosh, so I especially like it.
Beautiful Scott. Occurred to me today, Steve Jobs was responsible for the best toys since Santa!
I like it a lot.
Reminds me of The Giving Tree.
Wow Scott there’s no need to ask what that is…oh my gosh it goes on a deep level….it’s meta, it’s poignant…it speaks when it says nothing….well done sir
This was truly beautiful Scott! Bravo!
Is this for sale, I’d like to buy it.
Nice work Johnston. Really evokes the right emotions. This may have fallen out of your ear but I think it started from your heart. As always, love your work.
Very nice Scott. well done.
its very shel silverstien, very nicely done
Sadmac is sad, and so are we. This excellent artwork sums it up, Scott.
Makes perfect sense, Scott. Good-bye Steve. You changed technology forever. I will always remember you as the Edison of 21st Century. Requiescat in pace.
How can we get a print of this?
Even if you never bought an Apple product, he changed the way you interacted with technology and music
I would love a 20×30 print of this!
A sad day indeed. Well done.
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