The Biggest Art Hoax in History, courtesy of David Bowie

The Biggest Art Hoax in History, courtesy of David Bowie

Put that f***in’ cigaret out, David! The author reveals how he and David Bowie created Nat Tate, the greatest artist who never really lived. Nothing to do with iphoneography, but a great story. Hilarious modern art history. Thank you, David and William. On the...
{interview} Meg Green Malvasi

{interview} Meg Green Malvasi

Meg Greene Malvasi ~ His Master’s Voice I was speaking to Meg yesterday, talking about Pixels and her art and the time she won the iPhotographer Magazine cover contest with “His Master’s Voice.” I thought I would just post her interview from...
Memberships accidentally declined

Memberships accidentally declined

I get lots of spam registrations every day—it’s the bane the internet, one of them, anyway. I think I accidentally declined a couple of valid signups. There is no way to double-check after declining someone. If so and if you were one of them, please sign up...
Starting tomorrow … or maybe today …

Starting tomorrow … or maybe today …

King of the Road. The palatial AirB&B I stayed in when I went to see the Bowie Is exhibition in Brooklyn last July. Herewith the text of a mass email I just sent out to all Pixels subscribers: Depending on when you read this, I will be sending out three emails a...
Article at LifeInLoFi.com about the Pixels relaunch

Article at LifeInLoFi.com about the Pixels relaunch

Marty used this image from the email I sent out last week. Over at lifeinlofi.com, the only website devoted to iphoneography that has been around longer than Pixels, Marty Yawnick wrote a kind piece about the relaunch of Pixels. In it he said: Back in the early days...
Why Register & Sign In?

Why Register & Sign In?

I know it’s a pain in the butt to come up with a password that WordPress likes, but speaking as person who has hosted many websites and has seen them attacked—the attacks on Pixels in August of 2012 were devastating—I understand why WordPress has dramatically...

{en vedette} An old feature renamed and reframed

The Bird … and The Cracker (k.b. 2010) I am creating a new term for featured works, en vedette, which means “in the limelight” in French. Here is an example of how the colloquialism is used in French: Cet été, les produits de climatisation, et de...
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