P1XELS

The living history of iPhoneography, iphonic art, and mobile photography. 28,000 images served.

September 11, 2016
by Knox Bronson
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Be sure to vote in the Photosaurus Contest – Amazing Entries!

The window for submissions has closed at the current Photosaurus Contest, Self(ie) Portraits. They have received some wonderful pieces. I encourage you to go to the site, take a look around, and vote! They will be announcing the next contest(s) … Continue reading

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September 6, 2016
by Knox Bronson
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A Reminder: Deadline Approaches for the Photosaurus Self(ie) Portrait Contest

An entry from Glenn Homann

I want to remind you all of the current Photosaurus contest: Self(ie) Portraits. Final deadline for submissions approaches! Entering is easy, inexpensive and you can win cash! Be sure to read Rad Drew’s very kind endorsement below. I also endorse Photosaurus: while … Continue reading

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August 26, 2016
by Knox Bronson
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We passed the 28,000 images posted milestone on P1XELS about 400 images ago!

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Wow! I’ve been so busy with both my move to Cowtown (a story for another day, but let’s just say it’s not the first time a delusional landlady got jealous and evicted me for having a friend stay over) and the building … Continue reading

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August 25, 2016
by Knox Bronson
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New Photosaurus Photo Contest ~ Self(ie) Portraits

An entry from Glenn Homann

The fine folks at Photosaurus have launched their next contest: Self(ie) Portraits. First off, I want to congratulate Rad Drew*, James Clarke, and Allyson Marie, no strangers to P1XELS, for winning 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places in the first Photosaurus … Continue reading

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August 8, 2016
by Knox Bronson
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Photosaurus Contest Announces Winners of Their First Photo Contest

First Place: Rad Drew ~ Out To Pasture

My friends over at the Photosaurus Contest have announced the winners of their first contest, the theme of which was Cool Cars. Congratulations to Rad Drew, James Clarke, & Allyson Ferri! Their next contest, apparently, is going to be themed Self-Portraits … Continue reading

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August 4, 2016
by Knox Bronson
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P1xels email not working.

I have been busy setting up the new server/Amazon S3/etc. for the new P1xels site. If your email to knox@p1xels.com bounces, send to knox@knoxbronson.com until I get all this stuff sorted out. Sorry, I’m in the middle of a move … Continue reading

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July 8, 2016
by Knox Bronson
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William Mortensen ~ A Pictorial Compendium PDF Download

William Mortensen ~ Death of Hypatia Mortensen

Download Mortensen pdf. The twentieth century could have been so different. The mystical Carl Jung could have triumphed in influence over cocaine-dependent Sigmund Freud. Henri Matisse could have been more influential than Pablo Picasso. And William Mortensen could have kicked … Continue reading

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June 9, 2016
by Knox Bronson
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{gallery} May 2010, the 2nd iPhone Art Show and the First iPhone Art Magazine Launch

Bebe Gun by Knox Bronson

I meant to publish this last month on the fifteenth to coincide with the opening of the Oakbook show six years ago, but I got caught up in the new P1XELS website stuff. The Oakbook show was was still to … Continue reading

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May 25, 2016
by Knox Bronson
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“Design” Site Features the Kind of Images iPhoneography Would Have Devolved Into If We Had Allowed Photoshop

Ooooooooh .... clever Photoshop!  ::::::BARF::::::

Design You Trust. More like Design You Heave. I did link to them, but why give them any traffic? You can find them if you wish. Trust me, it’s awful. I found this horrific site through one of the tech blogs … Continue reading

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May 18, 2016
by Knox Bronson
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Happy Birthday, Erik Satie!

Self-portrait for proposed bust (Centre Musique Mediane pour Wikipedia)

From The Paris Review: “Erik Satie, the composer and pianist, was born on this day 150 years ago. “There are many kinds of eccentric,” Nick Richardson wrote in the London Review of Books last year, “and Satie was most of them.” From Satie’s … Continue reading

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