In Memory

Steve Jobs: The Best Internet Memes and Tributes

The Daily Beast teamed up with BuzzFeed to track down the best Steve Jobs memes and graphics, created as tributes, from around the web. From a now-infamous rendering of the Apple logo to an imagined chat with Bill Gates, see the best.

The Daily Beast teamed up with BuzzFeed to track down the best Steve Jobs memes and graphics, created as tributes, from around the Web. From a now-infamous rendering of the Apple logo to an imagined chat with Bill Gates, see the best.

It's the graphic being passed around the Internet—the Apple logo remained with the silhouette of Steve Jobs. It was designed by 19-year-old Jonathan Mak Long, who says, “It's just this quiet realization that Apple is now missing a piece. It's just kind of implying his absence.”

Steve Jobs didn't die, reads one image. He went to heaven to set up iCloud—Apple's cloud storage service launching Oct. 12.

One Apple fan imagines Steve Jobs's gravestone as an iPod, where a "fatal error occurred"—a once-popular software error on iPods.

A cartoonist imagines Steve Jobs's entrance into heaven, his first meeting with St. Peter, and the photo they take—with an iPhone 4. 

 

The artist Joe Heller's "iCame, iSaw, iConquered."

 

Apple's famous logo, with a tear.

Angel Steve Jobs instructs Bill Gates to "hold down the technological fort." 

The popular Web comic xkcd re-imagines the Eternal Flame. (Click through to xkcd and hover-over for the full experience.)

It is said there were three apples that changed the world—Eve's, Newton's, and now Jobs's. This graphic by Razan Wehbi illustrates that.

"Your time is limited," Steve Jobs reminds us in a now infamous quote. "So don't waste it living someone else's life."

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Originally created for Panorama, an Italian magazine, Charis Tsevis's mosaic portrait of Apple products displays Steve Jobs face—a testament to his far-reaching legacy at Apple.

"I have an app for that!" Steve Jobs tells God, who's helplessly flipping through heaven's directory.