Today’s Detroit News discusses the possibility that “iPad” could become a generic term used for tablet computers in a way similar to how “Kleenex” and “Band-Aid” are used to generally refer to facial tissues and bandages.
Featured recently in various news articles, and most recently in yesterday’s Evening Standard, this work of art, by artist David Hockney, has been created entirely using the iPad and an application called Brushes. I love this creative use of the iPad, which counts David Hockney as a fan: “I do love it, I must admit,” Hockney told Bloomberg. David Hockney also talks about how applications like this could provide a way for traditional drawing to make a comeback and that technology such as the iPad, provides new platforms for artists to experiment with.
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