SpringMesh by Ricardo Sanchez
SpringMesh is an interactive cloth for iPhone and iPad you can twist, pull and deform using multitouch or gravity.
SKTCH by Filip Visnjic
SKTCH is a generative drawing application for iPhone and iPad using 16 presets created by digital artists around the globe.
PRTCL by Filip Visnjic
Interactive particle emitter experiment for iPhone created during the V&A Decode openFrameworks workshop in London.
Voidie by Francis Lam
Voidie is an abstract depiction of the Great Void for iPad and iPhone using a particle system which reacts to sound and illustrates the activity around it.
GD3D by Martin Fuchs
GeoDoodle3d is a 3d drawing Application for the iPhone that uses accelerometer and compass/GPS.
asdfbmp by Kim Asendorf
1bit Bitmaps are a special kind of art. Shuffle the pixels, play with them on your iPhone!
oNull by Kim Asendorf
ONull is an image based Vector Generator for Mac OSX and Windows. It allows the user to convert images into rasterized vector graphics.
RetroScreen by Mike Tucker
Inspired by the screensavers of an older generation, RetroScreen is an interactive incarnation designed for the iPad and iPhone.
SKTCH Remote by Filip Visnjic
Remote application for SKTCH Desktop* version (*discontinued). Draw over the air on your desktop using your iPhone.
SKTCH: New favorite drawing app! - ★★★★★—SomeLamp
When I first started playing with it, I was thinking "Meh, pretty cool", but as soon as I started mixing presets and experimenting with multitouch this app instantly jumped to a whole new level of creativity. Can't wait to see more presets out of this but I'm more than satisfied with the ones it has now!
US AppStore Review
PRTCL: Visually stunning! - ★★★★★—_Lilith
Impressive, interactive art piece. I love this. Each stroke of your finger creates art and this app seemingly responds to what is being done to the screen. Love it
US AppStore Review
ANE: Serendipity Captured On My iPhone - ★★★★★—PhilipNotPhil.Com
This is such a great app, I can find all the news I'm looking for and then get taken on a very interesting journey of related articles. It's a lot like surfing the way I used to, starting somewhere and ending up somewhere else relevant but much more interesting.
UK AppStore Review