Banksy's New Steve Jobs Artwork Confronts Refugee Stigmas
on 14 December 2015
Located on a wall inside the Calais refugee camp, Bansky's latest piece features the image of late Apple founder Steve Jobs and aims to confront the stigma that refugees drain countries’ resources. It references the history of Jobs and his Syrian migrant father, who moved to America after World War II. Jobs later went on to build the world's most valuable company, which now pays over $7 billion in taxes per year to the United States government.