Amazing iPhone & iPod Touch art

August 28, 2009 at 2:05 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
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iPhone and Itouch Art
iPhone
and iPod Touch users are producing extraordinary ‘paintings’ on their Apple
devices. All the images were created using an application called Brushes and
‘painted’ freehand using fingers and thumbs
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iPhone art
Susan Murtaugh, from Wisconsin
Susan Murtaugh: La Legra Peony
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iPhone art

Susan Murtaugh: Tiger 6

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iPhone art

…It’s easy to use – just take your finger and doodle. Next thing you know
you’ve made the background blue and you’re doodling in orange – it’s fun”

Susan Murtaugh: What are you lookin at?

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iPhone art
Mike Miller , 32-year-old, from Colorado
Mike Miller: Circus (left) and Stinker
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iPhone art

Mike Miller: Food (left) and Busted

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iPhone art
artist Mathew Watkins
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iPhone art
Brushes, created by Steve Sprang, also records every brush stroke while you
are painting
Xoan Baltar: Rain (left) and Calle Progreso-Ra da Concordia
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iPhone art

Priced at £2.99 Brushes can be downloaded through Apple iTunes

Jos Andrs Guijarro Ponce: Mateo
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iPhone art

Xoan Baltar: LLuvia en El Paseo

If these miniature masterpieces have inspired you, send us your Brushes to

mypic@telegraph.co.uk

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