Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
×
  • Art Print
  • Canvas
  • Photo
  • Art Gifts
190 Purchase Purchased Download Purchase Soon
857 KB ZIP File. Includes JPG
View Attachments
Steve Jobs.jpg
877 KB
Add Your Rating! Thanks for Rating! Change Your Rating



Details

Submitted on
February 16, 2012
Image Size
877 KB
Resolution
705×900
Submitted with
Sta.sh
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
25,641 (3 today)
Favourites
1,017 (who?)
Comments
79
×
Steve Jobs by BenHeine Steve Jobs by BenHeine
Prints FB G+ Twitter Blog Music © Ben Heine
__________________________________________________

NEW: Prints of this artwork now available!

For a visionary man who changed the way we live and communicate... RIP

You can see some details here: www.flickr.com/photos/benheine…

This portrait is only made with flat circles on a black background.

Every circle has a single color, a single tone and a single size.

I placed each circle one by one. It's a time consuming method.

See the full "Digital Circlism" series: benheine.deviantart.com/galler…

If you wish, you can also view this making of my portrait of Elvis Presley
(video) to understand how I'm exploiting this technique with circles...

The above portrait was featured on "Cult Of Mac" in March 2012.
__________________________________________________

For more information about my works: info@benheine.com
__________________________________________________ 

Work in progress:

Work in Progress - Steve Jobs by BenHeine

Other portraits with circles:

Lady Gaga by BenHeine Eminem by BenHeine

- Marilyn Monroe - by BenHeine Mad Hatter - Johnny Depp by BenHeine Bob Marley Lives by BenHeine
Add a Comment:
 
:iconrobbiemelrose:
Circlism is another kind of art in which I find very interesting. Lots of colorful circles are together assembled perfectly to make a very memorable portrait. The glasses are very neat, the face is very recognizable. Well, that was a very big thing I could say about this. That's the third time I just wrote a critique on your works. You really came a long way, Ben, you really did. That certainly was the best tribute to Steve Jobs that was ever made. Thanks to you, you just paid homage to the legendary inventor of these gadgets. So keep it up.
What do you think?
The Artist thought this was FAIR
12 out of 13 deviants thought this was fair.

:iconnananekokitsune:
First of all I'd just like to say I adore the Digital Circlist works! I'm so glad I found the Pencil vs. Camera series or I probably wouldn't have found these!

I love the detail in this picture, desite how simple the concept is. It is amazing that you have been able to get so much detail using flat colour and simple shapes. I like how the frame is meant to represent an Ipad but still gives the feeling of a stained church window, quite relevant since Steve Jobs has of course left us. The background, too, is sky-coloured (reminding me of heaven) and the light that shines behind his head seems reminiscent of the holy spirit.

I think the expression on his face is very strong; looking at the viewer with power but not a sense of superiority. It is friendly yet aloof at the same time, exactly how everyone in the world had bonded with him by using his technology, but compariably few people really knew him.

I like the way the circles shrink to define areas and are larger to create a smoother background effect. Despite the largeness of the background circles, they don't overpower the smaller face circles, simply because of the depth and definition used in the face.

I can imagine the intense detail that has gone into this picture; the work that went into colour and uniformity, and the perfect layout. I applaud you on creating a simple technique and turning it into something so extrodinary
What do you think?
The Artist thought this was FAIR
23 out of 24 deviants thought this was fair.

The Artist has requested Critique on this Artwork

Please sign up or login to post a critique.

:icontheresahelmer:
theresahelmer Featured By Owner May 19, 2014  Professional Photographer
He lived about 20 minutes from where I live now...so when he passed, I drove by his home (in Palo Alto Calif)...hundreds of people were busying recording history...
Reply
:iconafarmaant:
AFarmaant Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Magnificent, mr. Heine. Truly magnificent.
Reply
:iconalex321432:
Alex321432 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013
Fractal Art, I never thought of using it this way!
Reply
:iconshuford:
SHUFORD Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Great work on Steve but I still HATE apple! :firelite-photo:
Reply
:iconchaoskirby98:
ChaosKirby98 Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
The way it looks is strange to my eyes.... R.I.P. Steve jobs. He made the best technology ever until he died then apple made everything suck. I wish he were still alive, who knows? If he WERE still alive (too bad he isn't) he would have probably made the i stuff he makes so popular and heck, maybe even change humanity! But sadly that isn't going to happen since he's gone... :iconsadcryplz: :iconsadplz:
Reply
:iconstellartcorsica:
stellartcorsica Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Amazing work!
Reply
:iconlegosrcool1000:
legosrcool1000 Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012  Professional Artist
Steve Jobs was the best man alive R.I.P.
Reply
:icontrippinxtremezebra:
trippinxtremezebra Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Student Filmographer
i really like this one!

the iPad effect is really neat!
Reply
:iconragnar949:
Ragnar949 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012  Professional General Artist
These are interesting (in a good way). One correction. Jobs personally didn't really change anything, but he did market it, that's what he was really good at.
Thank "The Woz" and a large number of excellent engineers for the rest.
Reply
:iconhasterospan:
HasterOspan Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2012
I like I like the style good
Reply
Add a Comment: