“I want my design to celebrate, not just the nostalgic charm, but the sense of energy and excitement I felt digging through the brand’s visual heritage — classy but not fussy, always confident and stylish!”
Jonathan Mak Long, a design student from Hong Kong, made a graphic in tribute to Steve Jobs’ resignation as Apple’s CEO in 2011. The bite mark in the Apple logo was replaced with Jobs’ silhouette. The image went viral and led to the opportunity to design a poster for Coca-Cola. At the age of 20, Jonathan finds it premature to latch onto a particular sense of aesthetics. If forced to summarize his work, he reluctantly describes his current style as “bold, minimalist, with a dash of humour thrown in for good measure.” Jonathan also enjoys reading, photography, and writing in third person.
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