PhoneArts Celebrates Art Made on iPhones

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PhoneArts.net has launched as a site dedicated to art created on iPhones and iPod touches. The site offers hundreds of drawings, doodles, scribbles, digital paintings, digital sculptures, photographs (and altered photographs), and even a screenshot of two people talking about the death of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs.

Dimanchswar

Dimanchswar, by Capitaine
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The site describes itself as, “An International collaborative project experimenting using only the mobile phone as the medium to create unique compositions. They explore the boundaries of the phone to create graphic illustrations and designs.”

Being subjective, not everything will appeal to every person, but there is a great wealth of material being hosted (more art gets loaded when as you scroll to the end), all of it created on Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch. The piece above and the two pieces below are some of the ones that caught our eye.

Wiggle

Wiggle, by Michael Manning

Spark

Spark, by Magic
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(Via: TUAW, TodayandTomorrow)

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