…For media artist Garnet Hertz, who teaches in the Media Design Program at Art Center College of Design, the series of apps created by Scott Snibbe are winners. These include the incredibly beautiful projects titled GraviluxBubble HarpTripolar, which was commissioned by the Whitney Museum, and Antograph. Snibbe is a media artist, with a great deal of experience considering forms of social and media-based interaction…


Antograph 1.1 was released today featuring “real” ants. Ants are now small animated creatures. You can change their size with the new toolbar that comes up when you tap the bottom of the screen. Also added is the ability to email photos and post to Facebook, and support for high-res retina displays and iOS 4.1.


For Digital Artists, Apps Provide New Palette, New York Times, August 20, 2010

By Reyhan Harmanci


““Beginning last January, Mr. Snibbe dusted off some of his old code and got to work. He has since released three mobile applications — Bubble Harp, Antograph and Gravilux — and has become one of the first artists to make it big in the iTunes app store.”

Scott Snibbe: Art on the Line


We’ve posted a new video of Antograph to YouTube:

Read the review of Gravilux and Antograph at theipadfan.com.


App Watch: The iPad App as Art by Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, Wall Street Journal Digits Blog, June 14, 2010.

“Of the millions of apps out there, none quite capitalize on the sheer fun and beauty of interactivity the way that Scott Snibbe’s do.”


Jonah Brucker-Cohen has written an excellent follow-up to his groundbreaking 2008 article on iPhone Art. Read the article here: Art in You Pocket 2: Media Art for the iPhone and iPod Touch Graduates to the Next Level.