Replaceface Steve Jobs Prints
Steve Jobs may be gone, but he won’t be forgotten for a long time. Now you can salute his imperial glory days with one of the many prints ($12-$150) from Replaceface. Available from Society6, the Jobs print is one of many designs featuring a modern day hero or celebrity in classic European military garb; Steve is joined by the likes of Ricky Gervais, George Lucas, and Patrick Swayze.
Replaceface offers numerous ways to display the image. There are simple prints, ranging from 8” by 9” to 28” by 32”, or framed versions all the way up to 26” by 38”. Alternatively, you can choose various stretched canvases, iPhone and iPod stickers and cases, and even throw pillows—the latter start at only $20 a piece.
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