Art created on iPads and iPhones

The first MobileArtCon in New York City brought together talented mobile artists and app developers. Here's a closer look at some of the participants' art created on iPads and iPhones.

Luis Peso iPad demo

An iPad piece drawn by artist Luis Peso during the first MobileArtCon in New York City.

The conference was hosted by the IAMDA (International Association of Mobile Digital Artists) and took place over a weekend in October. It was an opportunity for developers, artists, and iPhone and iPad enthusiasts to get together and discuss a burgeoning art form. This is a collection of some of the impressive pieces these artists have created on their iPads and iPhones.

iPhone, drawn on an iPad

A piece entitled "Healing Touch" created by Mia Robinson on her iPad.

iPad on an easel

Artist David Kassan does an iPad portrait demonstration at the conference. “Drawing in this medium is exactly how I’d draw in a more physical medium,” said Kassan during his tutorial. “But I can also bring this on an airplane and I listen to music on it.” He also likes how the iPad’s backlit screen makes nighttime sketches possible.

Times Square

An iPhone painting of Times Square by David Leibowitz.

Printed pieces

At the conference, Dan Hoffman displayed prints he made at Kinkos of his iPhone and iPad art.

Finger painting

Another painting by Luis Peso, created on his iPhone.

Printing iPad art on canvas

Vermont artist Corliss Blakely had prints of her iPhone and iPad paintings for sale at the conference. The image on the right was printed onto a canvas.

Mobile skyline

German artist Benjamin Rabe's piece "New York Sky" was drawn on his iPad using the SketchBookPro app.

White collar

John Bavaro created his "Kara Dutch Collar variation" piece using the Brushes app on his iPhone.

UZU iPad demo

Luis Peso demonstrates how the UZU iPad app works at MobileArtCon.

Inkpad app preview

Steve Sprang demonstrates his soon-to-be-released vector graphics app, Inkpad, at the conference.

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