Not only has the Apple iPhone revolutionized the way we work and communicate on the go, but a new phenomenon is gaining traction whereby the device is becoming an increasingly popular platform for artists and musicians.
Thanks to a brilliant app called Brushes, budding artists across the globe are using the iPhone as a digital canvas to create incredible portraits and works of art in record time. One of the pioneers in this field is Jorge Colombo, an artist and illustrator based in New York, who creates sketches for The New Yorker and also sells prints online.
One of my favourites is this sketch he did of the famous Apollo Theatre in New York:
You can find more of his works on The New Yorker Finger Painting blog.