“A 1982 portrait of the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has been added to the first floor display at the National Portrait Gallery,” Maura Judkis reports for The Washington Post.
“Photographed by Diana Walker, the image depicts a different Jobs than the black turtleneck-clad, bespectacled one we’ve come to know,” Judkis reports. “With a suit, a tie, and a mop of windblown hair, Jobs is casual, but poised.”
Judkis reports, “He stands tall before a brilliant blue sky as vast as his potential.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “krquet” for the heads up.]