Madame Tussaud’s is well-known for creating waxwork figures of various celebrities, but their newest addition in their Hong Kong branch is sure to turn some heads, the Steve Jobs waxwork figure was built to mark the first anniversary of Steve’s death.

The model took around three months to create, with a cost price of HK$1.5 million (around £120,000) from a team of sculptors and hair and colour artists, currently there are no plans to show the figure outside of Asia, so you may have to travel all the way to the branch to take a look.

Check out the video above, and let us know what you think of the figure below.

Via [Pocket-Lint]

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