Artist Creates Surreal World Using Only His iPhone
The most common use of the iPhone camera is taking pictures nobody ever wanted or needed to see. Not for Charlie Davoli. He uses it to create art. The iPhone is always in his hand, and that’s how he create a large photo library for his surreal edits. Davoli then uses PsTouch, iDesign, Superimpose, MatterApp, and Mextures to edit pictures on the phone.
“My influences are a chimerical blend of the metaphysical imagery in De Chirico with a love for Bauhaus geometry and the pop culture of Warhol and Lichtenstein all with the addition of some sci-fi retro,” Davoli wrote on Bored Panda. “I love that anyone can enjoy a ride in my amusement park. Just like going on a roller-coaster!”
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The bridge adjusting to the water, water, water, water the level inside will rise, a fallen monument lies
Welcome to tomorrow
The most predictable failure
Software failure – press left mouse button to continue
Utopia of harmony
In search of Wowee Zowee
But what if..
Reading fairy tales with Delia my little niece
Five Faces of Modernity
Psychological disorders of a magnetoresistor
Connoisseurs of empirical evidence
The complex of ethical and moral principles of a power button
The set of all those sets that do not contain themselves
Evening breakfast with Supertramp
Another you before another dawn
And at once I knew I was not magnificent
Got wisdom to pour?