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World's Largest iPhone Art Exhibit To Debut Tomorrow

In Santa Monica

Aug 17 2012, 6:44pm CDT | by

World's Largest iPhone Art Exhibit To Debut Tomorrow
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If you happen to be in the Los Angeles area tomorrow, you might want to take a trip down to Santa Monica to check out a record-breaking art collection.

At the Santa Monica Art Studios, the world's biggest collection of artwork that was created on iPhones and iPads will be on display.

The sponsor of the showcase is ArtRage, which creates special apps for the iPhone and iPad designed to help artists make realistic creations. It also offers similar softwarre for desktop PCs, and it tries to bring that same level of quality to its mobile products.

All the works of art that will be on display were created using ArtRade.

The event "looks at art created by mobile devices, including iPhones, iPads, Android phones, etc.  Part contemporary art, part high tech extravaganza, the L.A. Mobile Arts Festival offers a look at the intersection of art and technology.

"More than 200 international mobile artists from 30 countries and 600 fine arts prints, sculpture, film and environmental installations showcasing the latest in mobile photography will be demonstrated at the week-long event," according to an official description.

The exhibition runs from August 18 to August 25.

 
 
 

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