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February, 2013 Archives

Faking It Winner Shane M. Shares the Creation of “Paranoia”

Photoshop’s Faking It Contest has seen it all: Ghosts, “Manimals” and even the extraterrestrial. Inspired by the Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, the Faking It contest took place on the Photoshop Facebook page for eight weeks and collected nearly 400 manipulated submissions. We’ve had a… READ MORE

Photoshop Touch is Now Available in a Version Specifically Built for Phones

Photoshop Touch is now available in a version specifically built for phones! Following up on the very popular tablet version, Photoshop Touch for phone is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play for US $4.99. This app shares an almost identical set of features with the tablet app, in an experience designed for… READ MORE

Harmonic Convergence? Adobe Celebrates Perfect Trifecta of Birthdays!

What do Smokey Robinson, Copernicus and Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) have in common? Other than just the right mix of science and creativity…they all share a February 19th birthday. ACR fits right in with this group of right and left-brained all-stars. Astrologists say that those born on February 19 have, “the ability to put ideas into form,”… READ MORE

Graffiti Artist INSA Discusses Inspiration, Motivation and Incarceration

I was fortunate enough to sit and chat recently with INSA, a bleeding-edge urban artist out of the UK, who gained notoriety with his animated GIF graffiti projects he calls GIF-iti. In Part 2 of my interview, INSA discusses his affinity for ladies footwear and tells me which building he’d most like to graffiti. He… READ MORE

INSA Brings Street Art to the Web with GIF-iti

Dedicated. Stubborn. Certifiable. A sucker for punishment. All ways to describe the UK-based graffiti artist, INSA, who recently gained global recognition for his new-school approach to the old-school craft of graffiti, or as he calls it GIF-iti. His approach shows a mad dedication to the traditions of graffiti, where rather than take the shortcuts that Photoshop… READ MORE