Andy Warhol Uses Remote Palette

Dare, a digital agency in London, has launched the Remote Palette app for the iPad and iPhone, showcasing how an iPhone and iPad device can seamlessly work together to create a rich and enjoyable drawing experience. The app is being promoted with a video adaptation of the classic 1982 film of Andy Warhol eating a hamburger. What if Andy Warhol was alive today? How would he use an iPad? In homage to one of the world’s greatest artists Dare filmed their own Innovation Director, Perry Price, playing Warhol in the short film. Instead of eating a hamburger as in the original sequence, Perry draws a hamburger using the Remote Palette app instead.

Remote Palette app by Dare


Click on the image below to play the Andy Warhol iPad video in YouTube (HD)

Click on the image below to play the 1982 film in YouTube (HD)

Credits

The Remote Palette app was developed at DareLabs by creative director Flo Heiss and technology director Perry Price.

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