Despite never having met or worked with Apple's founder and CEO Steve Jobs, I, along with more than a million others, was affected by his death. After Steve's passing, I felt I wanted to show appreciation for Steve and his work, but in a fun way.
Each package contains the pieces to make one complete Lego Steve Jobs, with alternative pieces to create three variations. The stickers were designed by me and professionally printed by my mates at Pyramid Labels, right here in Malaysia.
A reminder I'll begin packing and shipping on 23rd January, so you should have it within a couple weeks after this date depending on the postal system in your country. You can read some of my ramblings on Lego here and here, and some Apple-related stuff here, here, and here. Sean Ragan, a versatile maker from Austin, TX built up the useful and fun LEGO model: a real syringe that is able to contain liquid. I'm covering the cost of the Lego pieces, printing the stickers, packaging, and shipping (and of course some beer for Kirk who coded this page).
I'm a Designer, Art-Director, and Photographer from Australia, currently living in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

And if you're really keen, you can read my thoughts on the remarkable design of the conical straw hat. And the kind maker has listed all LEGO bricks and accessories that are used to build the LEGO creation at his blog. I initially held off for fear of being seen as 'cashing in' on such a sad event, but after reading the official biography by Walter Issacson I was inspired to just do it; put it all together and let the Lego Steve Jobs loose into the world.
So if you also want to make a LEGO syringe, you can easily understand the whole making process from the list and instruction. From cameras, to lamps, to vases and jewellery – here are 15 cool things to make out of those colourful little blocks.
Make jewelleryUse some jewellery clasps and quick-drying glue to turn lonesome LEGO pieces in to statement jewellery! Encourage hand-washingSara at Simply Sara added LEGO pieces to a bottle of liquid soap as part of the decorations at her son’s LEGO party. Make a vaseBuild a LEGO structure around an existing vase, flowerpot, or plastic bag to make a funky floral piece for your table. Renovate your kitchenTwo Parisian designers took a plain IKEA kitchen base and spent a week covering it with more than 20,000 LEGO pieces.

Learn to build sentencesIf your big kid has recently graduated to using LEGO, you might have a lot of unused Duplo blocks lying around. Lisa at K is For Kindergarten used stickers to attach letters and words to the blocks – and suddenly teaching spelling and sentence structure takes on a new dimension!
Make a photo frameTony from Dad vs Wild discovered that a 3 x 5 inch photo fits perfectly inside a 13 x 18 dot LEGO grid.
Repair a fenceLike yarn bombing and pothole gardens, LEGO street art like this is popping up all over the place – adding a bit whimsy to a tumble-down wall. Make a lampshadeThis one is by artist Daniela Pavone, but you could whip up something similar, right?

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