David Hockney turns to Apple’s new iPad as his instant art goes ‘back to the future’
David Hockney, one of Britain’s most influential artists, has taken to creating artworks with the new Apple iPad.The results are immediate and there is no cost associated with shipping or hanging the works: He sends them out via email.
The Yorkshire artist’s brushes and pencils stay in their drawer because his fingers are all he needs to get his ideas down on the device – which is not even available in Britain yet – and when he’s finished, he can push a button and ‘watch himself draw’ on a playback
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