Here are some interesting places to find out more about iPad art
As a part of my studies at the University of Chichester, we are asked to keep an online diary of our work. You can see here work in progress, mainly video-based but much of the pieces have some element of iPad art.
The International Association of Mobile Digital Artists (iAMDA) promotes and supports artists who utilize mobile digital media to create art ranging from paintings, photography, mixed media and music. Media includes cellphones, mobile tablets (ie. iPods/iPads), mobile graphic tablets or any other mobile wireless device(s). The organization is committed to supporting these artists through the development of educational resources, programs, workshops, conferences, and promotional events (ie, group exhibitions).
In 2008, Steve Sprang released that little app called Brushes to the ever growing iPhone-appstore. It allowed you do fingerpaintings on the iPhone in a very simple and intuitive way. Some weeks later, Stef Kardos, an art-director at Disney, posted some extraordinary paintings on his blog. A flickr-group soon formed around the Brushes App and accumulated a vast amount of diverse and utterly creative painters and art work. This trend was covered on wired and the Telegraph. Now there are thousands of iphone, ipod and ipad paintings and fingerpainted Iphone art has swept the world by storm. The Apple iPad has met with immediate approval from fingerpainters. Who know’s where this will take fingerpainting. This blog is a place for artist-portraits, for painting-related app-reviews and of course a place for the overwhelming diversity of the artwork itself. Expect lookalikes, mashes, painting-ping-pongs, infinite-hose-art and many many more.
Creative West Sussex is an online network for the Arts & Creative community in West Sussex. The site is coordinated by West Sussex Arts Partnership, and is a free online resource that allows anyone within the Arts & Creative community in West Sussex to showcase work, share latest news, events and projects, and network with others.
The site showcases West Sussex's creative community, connecting producers and consumers of the arts & creative industries.
A Portrait Party is an event where artists get together and draw each other. Since we live all over the world, it's not always possible to get together in person. This group (affectionately known as JKPP) Is a virtual Portrait Party in which artists draw each other from photos posted for that purpose. All members of the group are therefore both subjects of portraits and creators of portraits.
Maggie started producing artwork on her fathers iPhone at the tender age of 9 months. This is her Flickr photostream.