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Watch A Beyoncé Collaborator Use L.A.’s Streets to Make a Beat
A walk signal makes for a better beat than you might think.
How an Artist Uses Snapchat As Her Canvas
The da Vinci of Snapchat.
Klumping: The Art of Playing Every Role in Your Viral Video
When the most ambitious crossover event in history is you appearing as three different characters in your Vine.
In Memoriam: Instagram Trends We Loved and Lost
Pour one out for the Kelvin filter.
The Best Tool for Creativity on Your iPhone Might Just Be the Notes App
A Q&A with Chris Ritter, an artist who uses the Notes app to sketch.
There Are Actually a Lot of Good Reasons to Make Music With Your Phone
So why isn’t everyone doing it?
How to Master Food Photography on a Phone
Go beyond point and click.
Grid Anxiety: The Impossible Art of the Perfect Instagram Page
Nice photos are table stakes on Instagram. The real art — and terror — comes in arranging your grid.
Here’s How You Can Easily Make Music on Your Phone
For like zero dollars!
The Next Great Camera Aesthetic Should Be ‘Crappy Flip Phone’
Polaroids? Please. Disposable cameras? Who cares. The next aesthetic we should be imitating on our smartphones should be the fliphone
How to Make a Movie on Your Smartphone
Matthew Cherry, director of
, and Ricky Fosheim, director of
Uneasy Lies the Mind
, explain how they made feature-length films on a phone.
Want to Use Instagram Stories Like a Real Influencer? Try These 4 Apps.
Turns out all you need to con the world into thinking you’re living the influencer life are a couple of free apps and some patience.
A Smartphone, a Stylus, and My Season As a Sketch Artist
You don’t need to be divinely talented to enjoy the convenient relaxation of smartphone sketching on your commute.
The Absolute Best A Cappella App for Your Phone