Steve Jobs' sculpted form

Fortune magazine commissioned artist Karen Caldicott to create a Steve Jobs sculpture for the publication.

The creation features Jobs in tell-tale garb, replete with trimmed white beard, glasses, and (naturally) an iPod, though Apple’s CEO is seen here to be holding an older, second generation iPod nano.

The news first appeared on collaborative illustrators and artists weblog, Drawn!, which offers regular information and links submitted by its creative members.

More recenly, Caldicott created a sculpture of disgraced US politician, Eliot Spitzer.

It’s not known if Fortune presented the sculpture to Jobs in recognition of Apple becoming the most admired company in America.

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