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Very clever
An innovative and clever way to view art by classic and lesser known artists. Uses the iPad to its best, not just a web accessing app.
Michael Fasman on May 16, 2012 for artCircles
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Amazing zoom functionality
Wow... I had no idea how rich the brush strokes on a van gogh were! The super zoom is a great alternative to visiting a museum... Really loved the color wheels as well. This is a beautifully designed app that helps you discover well and lesser known art and photograph. Well done...
Basquiat101 on May 16, 2012 for artCircles
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Incredible app
Genius way to serve up artwork. I love the way that I can interact with the circles and hear from the selected curators why they love the imagery that they chose. In a world where Nintendo and X Boxes fill our heads with spinning imagery, it's nice to take a quiet moment, sit back, take a spin thought art circles and discover more artwork to love. Well done!
Shoot_dang on May 16, 2012 for artCircles
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iPad 2, latest OS version, loaded and reloaded the app many times, gets up to the art.com logo on white splash page, and just sits there. Was looking forward to it.
Beelzebum on May 16, 2012 for artCircles
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Very cool, but...
I love getting lost in this app, but it crashes every time I switch between exhibits or circles. Please fix and my rating goes to five.
Scootergrrl on May 15, 2012 for artCircles
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I'm sure this seemed like a good idea to somebody
At least I didn't have the constant crashing others seemed to experience. It's from art.com. It's a curated collection of works organized by influential people in the design and and art world. The end result is to get you to buy prints from art.com. It has a nice feature that lets you place a print on your wall (via the iPad camera). It's a nice feature to see how a piece would look in your home. The problem with this app is that your don't really care about these people enough to care why they like these art pieces. Art is personal. Who cares which art pieces a random poet from LA likes.
Wendell_ on May 15, 2012 for artCircles
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