Today, we introduce a new feature on Pixels—The Art of the iPhone: the mini-gallery. If you have a series of pictures, between six and fifteen in number, that share a common theme, and want to share them as a gallery, please write us here.
For our first gallery, we would like to introduce an artist new to Pixels, Tony Liviero, a fine art landscape artist and iphonographer. He has been exploring and documenting through photography the natural wonders of Florida and the South. Occasionally, also exploring bypassed and neglected urban areas, the parts of town which are now disconnected from the flows of money, energy, people and things.
From Tony himself:
Urbanistica is a vision, a celebration, an ongoing exploration of the bypassed and neglected
urban areas, the parts of town which are now disconnected from the flows of money, energy,
people and things. Although they are often regarded as a waste of space, dangerous places
that should be demolished as soon as possible, ruins provide an alternative realm for all sorts
of social practices, from unofficial art, graffiti, sex, drug-taking, parties and other kinds of
Only app used: Adobe photoshop Express (for iphone)
This collection of images were taken in a re-visit to the Gold Coast train museum in Miami, after I got my new iphone 3GS, All captures taken off the main museum site where they keep junk, trash and incredible, beautiful, rusted, waste.