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Unseen Photos Surface From Steve Jobs’ 1984 Rolling Stones Shoot

Unseen Photos Surface From Steve Jobs’ 1984 Rolling Stones Shoot

Ever since his passing, we seem to be seeing quite a few unseen/forgotten Steve Jobs interviews and pictures, and these latest ones were taken by Norman Seeff for a 1984 edition of Rolling Stone and published on Retronaut (via Cult of Mac).

They come from the same set as the popular photo of Steve Jobs sitting cross legged with a Mac, and are pretty awesomely retro!

It’s worth taking a look at the other pictures over at Retronaut, as they give a much more laid back view of Steve Jobs than is normally seen.

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