You Made That was launched in honor of Photoshop's 25th anniversary and NYT Magazine's Innovation Issue.

In honor of Photoshop’s 25th anniversary and The NYT Magazine Innovation Issue, NYT put up the DIY abstract-expressionist art app, You Made That, that allows people to create their own Monets and Picassos.

The app was created by Christopher Nieman and Jon Huang in honor of Photoshop’s 25th anniversary. On the NY Times blog, Neiman reminisces about Thomas Knoll’s first version of Photoshop that inspired him to build You Made That’s creative experience that brings people back to the messy art of finger painting and simple shapes and color splashes.

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