Halftone is a great little app that gives photographs a great halftone vintage look.
I recently tried out The Batch Watermarks to apply a watermark information to about 15 images. The app is easy to use and was able to quickly add the watermarks to my images.
Auryn Ink does a great job of simulating watercolor on paper and it a fun way to quickly experiment with various colors, brushes and more. I do wonder why the app is called Auryn Ink and not Auryn Watercolor though.
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has a new iPad app for the Abstract Expressionist New York exhibition. The MoMA iPad app is not only done well, but it is also FREE. In the app you can see large images of the paintings, learn about the history of the artist and see videos about the artists.
Thicket is like holding an evolving work of art in your hands. Lines of light dance across the screen as sounds echo and reverberate in reaction to your fingers.
I decided to write a post about iPhone apps to explore how art is influencing the world around us. I set out to find apps that are creative and imagery to interact with the user in a unique way. Games immediately come to mind when I begin my search, but I started to see amazing utility apps like clocks and music generators that have been completely re-imagined.