Kristin Farr's #FarrOut App Will Make You Happy and Bring You Good Luck
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Kristin Farr's #FarrOut App Will Make You Happy and Bring You Good Luck

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 26, 2013
We are having way too much fun with Juxtapoz' friend and contributor Kristin Farr's new App! Neon rainbow laser beams from another dimension are what her artwork is all about, and now you can mess around with her magical paintings for free! Add them to your photos or create brand new compositions using funny animals, rainbow diamonds, and super magical energy! Trust us, you that you won't be dissapointed. #FarrOut will make you happy and bring you good luck.
The #BrainSnap App by Patrick Sean Gibson and 99CentBrains
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The #BrainSnap App by Patrick Sean Gibson and 99CentBrains

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 04, 2013
San Francisco based illustrator and designer, Patrick Sean Gibson recently announced and released a commercial for his #BrainSnap 2.0 app featuring 16 custom frame features and over 230 new illustrations!  The app was made to capture your friends as they really are, be it lurkers, b-boys, couch lockers or half-steppers, all you have to do is open the app, select or take a picture, pick an illustration, and let #BrainSnap do its thing! Scope out the commercial and screenshots from the app after the jump!
1AM Mobile App Allows You to Capture and Share Your Street Art Discoveries
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1AM Mobile App Allows You to Capture and Share Your Street Art Discoveries

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 23, 2013
The 1AM Mobile App is a free photography app that allows you to capture and share your street art discoveries and follow other members and their findings worldwide! Not only does the app feature community-contributed images of street art, but since all photographs are mapped, dated and credited, it also provides accurate directions to current and pre-existing pieces for an up close and personal experience. With the constant emergence, evolution, and removal of street art, all images are time stamped giving a historical chronology to every uploaded piece. Wherever you travel, 1AM Mobile will tell you what’s up in the streets and let you take part in documenting street art history.

The Mixtape App

Music // Friday, November 30, 2012
Lindsay, your sophomore-year crush, may not have realized how much attention and pupose went into putting "Girlfriend" and "Just Like Heaven" back to back on that tape you tossed to her and couched as "just some cool songs" as she dropped you off after group study at the library. But that was years ago, and that tape and the heartbreak are long gone. Enter Mixtape.

Upper Playground Releases "stickUP" and David Choe "Choebot" Mobile Apps

Juxtapoz // Friday, November 02, 2012
After the success of Alex Pardee's "WayCooler" mobile sticker app, San Francisco-based Upper Playground teamed up with 99CentBrains to create two new free mobile apps: the "stickUP" app that features classic and UP artwork, and "Choebot," which allows you to apply David Choe's artwork to your photos or your parent's faces. Both are available in theApple App store now.
Shepard Fairey for InkCards
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Shepard Fairey for InkCards

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 18, 2012
With the upcoming election less than a month away, November 2012 feature artist Shepard Fairey (not to mention an artist set to open a new show in London this Friday, October 19) teamed up with InkCards and created a postcard you can mail for free to friends and family to just simply remind them to vote.

XCIA's Street Art Project: iPad App

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 11, 2012
The story of Hank O'Neal isn't just that he just quit the CIA (yes, he is literally, Mr xCIA) to shoot street art, or to produce hundreds of jazz albums, or to edit and organize wonderful literary compilations for such modern giants like Djuna Barnes, or that his apartment sits in the heart of SoHo and therefore on the precipise of the emergence of graffiti and street art culture in North America for the past three decades...
The Brain Snap App
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The Brain Snap App

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
San Francisco based artist, designer, illustrator and all around creative dude Patrick Sean GIbson has just launched an App, Brain Snap. Reminiscent of the opening title sequence to Saved By The Bell, Brain Snap is a photo-based app featuring insane characters, florescent hallucinations, and bizarre freak scene illustrations, all created by Gibson.

Alex Pardee's WayCooler App

Juxtapoz // Saturday, July 14, 2012
Alex Pardee, who will be curating the Juxtapoz Halloween 2012 issue this year, wants you to have the opportunity to make everything WayCooler. That is why he has a new free app, WayCooler, so you can use your imagination and make everything in the world just a little be waycooler. 
KRINK Releases New App
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KRINK Releases New App

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 19, 2012
August 2011 cover artist Craig Costello and his KRINK brand just released a new mobile app that replicates the effects of Krink markers on your iPad or iPhone. Not only can you use the app the replicate colors and effects of Krink, you can print out your creation. Make it on the app, bring it out in real life, not bad.
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