The iPhone seems to have many more uses than meets the eye--like drawing an entire cover for a syndicated magazine. The New Yorker’s June cover will feature artwork completely drawn on the iPhone.
Using the Brushes application, which costs $4.99, the artists portrayed silhouettes of a NY hot dog stand.
I found this New Yorker cover to be quite impressive. The illustration itself is something to stop and look at, but knowing it was created on an iPhone makes this unusual artistry that much more exciting.
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