Producing Art Based On Individual Needs

Artist Andrew Felton's iPad-specific art could point to an emerging trend of producing art to meet specific individual needs.

Kyle Studstill
Kyle Studstill on March 31, 2010.

Artist Andrew Felton has been developing iPad-specific art, each piece a small bit of storytelling involving the use of an iPad, and sold at a range of price points from $20 small prints to $125 custom designs. What stood out to us is that he is offering his art as a one-off service specifically aimed at subsidizing the purchase of an iPad, potentially a weak signal of artist business models centered on producing art to address specific needs.

[via The Unofficial Apple Weblog]

TOPICS: Arts & Culture, Design & Architecture, Electronics & Gadgets, Work & Business
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Kyle Studstill is a regular contributor to Kyle works as a consultant working at the New York office of PSFK. His background is in analysis, from the analysis of cultural and technological change, to analysis of consumer and human insight, to military intelligence analysis with the US Intelligence and Security Command. Kyle loves the future, much like O'Brien from Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four.