This is a video of Jorge Columbo (not to be confused with Peter Falk) painting the cover of the latest New Yorker, which was created using a $4 iPhone app called Brushes. As you can see, it's okay. Don't get me wrong, I love all hotdog vendors, but I would have gone with Ignatius dressed as a pirate. Paradise Vending FTW? Dunces FTW!
Cover Story: Finger Painting [newyorker]
Thanks to e, who knows the only iPhone app you need is Scramble.
Sure this might not be as impressive as creating a paintball Mona Lisa in a split-second, but it's still pretty neat (skip to 0:40 for the action). And speaking of neat, it's the only way I drink my bourbon. I don't need your newfangled ice!
Thanks to Rodrigo, who o... / Continue →
This is painting by Los Angeles artist Misha entitled Empire. There are two others after the jump, both of which feature some relatively not-at-all-hot slave-girl Peach action (okay, the second one did a little something). They're all available for sale if you're interested, ... / Continue →
Faith Pearson is an artist. An artist who made a bunch of little sci-fi scenes out of used ink cartridges. Now I know what you're wondering, "but why?" Good question, but why do people do anything? To get laid. For fame and fortune. I have no idea. Seriously, I wouldn't ... / Continue →