Teaneck, New Jersey – Mobile Digital Art (subtitled ‘Using The iPhone and iPad As Creative Tools’) goes beyond the boundaries of a traditional art book by offering easy-to-follow tutorials from each of the participating artists as well as revealing their influences and motivations Because so many apps are ever-evolving and new ones are emerging almost daily, the book’s publisher, Focal Press is creating a website that will provide the most current information on apps, artists and new visions. In addition, Author/Artist/App Developer David Scott Leibowitz has launched an another supporting website, Art N Photo Apps that contains an invaluable resource, a unique list of artist used and artist approved apps for just art, photography, design and video.

Artist / Author David Scott Leibowitz collaborated with 65 mobile digital artists from around the world to display their work and techniques. Using striking, full-color illustrations, as well as the aforementioned tutorials, the book takes the reader through each artist’s creative process and guides them through the application of various, often innovative, techniques to produce original mobile art. As easily accessible to those taking their first steps into digital art and useful for accomplished artists looking to broaden their skills and toolbox, Mobile Digital Art delivers a fun and practical guide to this flourishing form of self-expression. The participating artists range from students to retired teachers, film directors, art directors, designers, iPhoneographers, cartoonists, art app makers and many established artists, all united in a community connected by mobile devices and Flickr.

David Scott Leibowitz brings over 30 years of fascination with photography, experimental filmmaking and video art to his current status as a pioneer in the developing medium of Digital Art. He is part of a new generation of artists redefining the boundaries of both fine art and pop culture, using cutting edge technology to blur the line between the two and create something entirely new and different. His work has been exhibited in a number of museums, and has been included in the corporate collections of IBM, Philip Morris, Polaroid, Canon USA, Microsoft, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is also one of the founding artists and current board member of iAMDA, The International Association of Mobile Digital Artists.

Book signings and Live Art events at Apple stores to celebrate the book’s release are being scheduled now and will be announced soon. For more information, please contact David Scott Leibowitz. For a gallery of examples of the art referenced in Mobile Digital Art and to access some of the apps referenced in the book, please visit iCreated Art and iPhone Art online.

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David Scott Leibowitz has been creating photographic based art and video art since the ’70. He has exhibited his art in New York City and in New Jersey for over 30 years. In 1980 he established a company to provide playback, and assorted video analysis to film production companies, and advertising agencies on the sets of TV commercials. He was the first “Video Assist” technician on the East coast to use computers for recording a video image. He is now using QTAKE HD technology, state-of -the-art multi-camera recording, compositing, editorial and 3D video assist software, all run on a Mac. In 2009, he co-developed the iPhone app, iCreated&amp with developer Andrew C. Stone and now owns the app and continues to curate the on-line gallery. Leibowitz is also a founding member and current board member of iAMDA, The International Association of Mobile Digital Artists. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2013 David Scott Leibowitz. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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