Wednesday, January 25, 2012

David Hockney and iPad Technology

Every few days David Hockney creates a painting with his iPad's Brushes application, then emails it to identical devices on display at Paris's Pierre Berge-Yves St. Laurent Foundation, where his "Fresh Flowers" exhibition runs through January 30th.



Throughout his career, Hockney has managed to constantly reinvent himself while retaining his artistic DNA. Famous for his crisp, languid depictions of poolside California, he has forayed into photomontage, fax art, art history, and, in the 80s, digital drawing on the computer program Quantel Paintbox.

To see images and read full story posted by Alex Hoyt in the Atlantic, here's the link:


2 comments:

Erica said...

By the innovation of ipad, The life has become easier. In the comfort of our couches we can surf net, play games etc Its indeed a handy tool.This article is very informational.ipad3 latest news

Anika Anni said...

This is pretty, I love it. I can't wait to see more.

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