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A Social Network for Mobile Artists and Art Lovers.

A Celebration of the Mobile Arts.

Photography, Art, Video, Community, Groups, Forums, Galleries, Features, Tutorials, and more.

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A comprehensive archive of 29,000 curated images, the history of iPhone photography.

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The [daily pic] Colin Remas Brown ~ Land Meets The Sea

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The Dusk of Horses by James Dickey, 1923 – 1997

Right under their noses, the green
Of the field is paling away
Because of something fallen from the sky.

They see this, and put down
Their long heads deeper in grass
That only just escapes reflecting them

As the dream of a millpond would.
The color green flees over the grass
Like an insect, following the red sun over

The next hill. The grass is white.
There is no cloud so dark and white at once;
There is no pool at dawn that deepens

Their faces and thirsts as this does.
Now they are feeding on solid
Cloud, and, one by one,

With nails as silent as stars among the wood
Hewed down years ago and now rotten,
The stalls are put up around them.

Now if they lean, they come
On wood on any side. Not touching it, they sleep.
No beast ever lived who understood

What happened among the sun’s fields,
Or cared why the color of grass
Fled over the hill while he stumbled,

Led by the halter to sleep
On his four taxed, worthy legs.
Each thinks he awakens where

The sun is black on the rooftop,
That the green is dancing in the next pasture,
And that the way to sleep

In a cloud, or in a risen lake,
Is to walk as though he were still
in the drained field standing, head down,

To pretend to sleep when led,
And thus to go under the ancient white
Of the meadow, as green goes

And whiteness comes up through his face
Holding stars and rotten rafters,
Quiet, fragrant, and relieved.

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@colinbrown The Dusk of Horses by James Dickey, 1923 - 1997 Right under their noses, the green Of the field is paling away Because of something fallen from the sky. They see this, and put down Their long heads deeper in grass That only just escapes reflecting them As...
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The curated feed, the best of the best, from the incoming torrent of amazing work! Articles, videos, the [daily pic] with poetry, music, and other delights, in The Art of Now!

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Every picture that has been uploaded by members of the community to their profile pages and albums. It’s the first place I go when I hit the site.

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The mobile photography revolution has breached the great dominions of video and film. Find the visionaries here.

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The P1XELS Archives 2009-2016

29,000 curated images from the dawn of the mobile arts movement up to November, 2016. Articles, galleries, interviews, the curated history of iPhoneography in one place.
What is P1XELS?
P1XELS is the original website dedicated to the mobile arts. It launched in  late 2009 to host a call-for-submissions for the first-ever juried gallery show for iPhone photography. The pioneering site took off, celebrating and promoting movement and its pioneering artists around the world. In so doing, it defined the medium, making everything that has that has followed possible.
What is new in New P1XELS?
While the focus of the old site was primarily the curated feed of images submitted every day, the new P1XELS is community-focused and oriented. This is a site in the process of being built by visionaries around the world. Photographers, artists, videographers, all who work in the realm of the mobile arts.
What are the main parts of P1XELS?
The site is composed of several different areas. You can look at the nine icons above  for a quick graphic overview. This is pretty much the same information in list form. Obviously, P1XELS is a lot more than just a picture blog now!

User Profile Page: Your page where you can build your own galleries, have friends, write posts, and so on.

Recent Works: All the images that have been posted on the site by users.

Hubbub: All the recent activity on the site, communications, who is friends with whom, pictures posted, etc.

Forums: As the name suggests, a place for discussion about photography, art, image-making, apps, technology, books.

Groups: Places to share themed images and gather together. Groups can build galleries for the Gallery section!

Galleries: Collections of images from the P1XELS archives, groups, special calls for curated collections, featured artists, and so on. Feel free to propose and curate one!

The Art of Now: A curated feed in the tradition of our original site, PixelsAtAnExhibition.com, which is now a searchable archive of twenty-nine thousand images, from November 2009 on through November 2016.

P1XELS Magazine: Currently, this archival material, articles, interviews, galleries, tutorials, and so on, from the late great and lamented iPhotographer Magazine. A lot of wonderful material!

Video: There is a lot of amazing video being shot with iOS Devices these days. This is where we feature it.

 

 

 

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Untrammeled, vibrant,  and free of post-modern art theory and photographic dogma.

Henri Matisse once said, “Much of the beauty that arises in art comes from the struggle an artist wages with his limited medium.”

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