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Dane Lovett's paintings take the old still life form and update it by way of their subjects: modern gadgets. We spy not only the Roland TB-303 Bass Line analog bass synthesizer (circa 1982), but also a cornucopia of VHS tapes and compact discs. The results are beautiful, and every bit as calming an

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Well, what do you know? It looks like our favorite fingerpainter is really making a name for himself with his handset artwork. Like his other New York City-scapes, Jorge Colombo's cover for the June 1, 2009 issue of The New Yorker was composed entirely in the Brushes iPhone app. And it looks like t

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Well, what do you know? It looks like our favorite fingerpainter is really making a name for himself with his handset artwork. Like his other New York City-scapes, Jorge Colombo's cover for the June 1, 2009 issue of The New Yorker was composed entirely in the Brushes iPhone app. And it looks like t

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Portuguese artist Jorge Colombo's been working on a series of \"finger-paintings\" of cityscapes done entirely on his iPhone. Using only his finger and an application called \"Brushes,\" he's done some fairly impressive scenes of New York City. Hit the read link for a full set of iSketches this fanboy'

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We all know that keepin' it real fake has become an art form in itself, but for serious art aficionados, only the real deal will truly suffice. Currently, it takes numerous \"art experts\" hours to inspect every inkling of a painting to ensure the buyer isn't getting duped, but a new piece of software

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We knew our obscure collection of facial contortion capabilities would pay off sooner or later. A new project from the University of Bath called \"Empathic Painting\" reads the mood on your face and paints accordingly, sending you into a spiral of despair with the skill only a machine could manage.

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