No matter if you liked the late CEO Steve Jobs or not, his vision for capturing the imagination of the public was undeniable. Apple's revolutionary iPhone followed quickly by the insanely popular iPad rocked markets around the world. His influence even reached one of the strangest faraway places imaginable: Inner Mongolia. A new monument was recently discovered in a ghost city.
The sculpture noted above is a hexagon containing the outline of Apple's log with Jobs' face carved into it. What's strange is that it is located behind an apparently unused school, in the middle of hundreds of thousands of vacant apartments in the Kangbashi New Area of Ordos, a shining new city built by China in Inner Mongolia that has been called the world's biggest ghost city.
The original design of Apple's logo with Steve Jobs image incorporated into it was designed by a student in Hong Kong by the name of Jonathan Mak who's attending Polytechnic University School of design.