Jaime Ferreyros

Jaime Ferreyros

Our dear friend Jaime Ferreyros passed away today after a protracted battle with cancer. Jaime was in the first ever P1XELS gallery show and many thereafter. His bold colorful work popped right out of the screen. I still can recall the first time I saw his image...
{interview} James Clarke

{interview} James Clarke

I have mentioned more than once that one of the great pleasures of running this website is watching artists grow and evolve. I remember when Jim first started submitting images to P1xels (his first picture was published on May 11, 2011: the dog on the sidewalk shot...
Rudy Vogel ~ In His Own Words

Rudy Vogel ~ In His Own Words

Somehow I lost this interview with Rudy Vogel in the move to the new server. I have no reasonable explanation for that. So I am re-posting now. I have  two or three interviews in the can, will try to publish over the next week or so. KB: Please tell us a little about...
{interview} unruly-e, the thomas pynchon of iphonic art

{interview} unruly-e, the thomas pynchon of iphonic art

I am republishing this interview with Monsieur unruly-e, which appeared sometime last year. I also wish to publicly thank him for all his incisive comments and insights in helping me shape and define the Indiegogo campaign we are launching shortly for the taking of...
{pixels.featured artist} Cindy Patrick

{pixels.featured artist} Cindy Patrick

  Cindy Patrick is this month’s featured artist here at Pixels. Cindy is a professional photographer who intuitively grasped the new potential of the the iPhone as its own medium. Her style is immediately identifiable: warm, bold, vibrant, full of life,...
Pixels’ Featured Artist, March, 2012 ~ Kris Torma

Pixels’ Featured Artist, March, 2012 ~ Kris Torma

We are happy to present the next in the series of artist interviews here on Pixels—The Art of the iPhone. This month, Kris Torma. Archival signed prints of Kris’s work can be found at http://www.p1xels.com/artists/kris-torma/. KB: Please tell us a little about...
{Featured Artist} Max T. Frame

{Featured Artist} Max T. Frame

It was one year and one day ago that Max T. Frame submitted his first picture to Pixels. Entitled “My Wife”— a lovely Warholian quadtych in flesh tones and vibrant spot color. It shared many of the inviting characteristics common of the work that would...
Interview with Bico Stupakoff, Fashion Photographer

Interview with Bico Stupakoff, Fashion Photographer

Introducing Biko Stupakoff. As most everyone here knows, I am not a fan of Hipstamatic. But I try to keep an open mind. After the publication of an article about P1XELS on the mega-site Huffington Post, I received a lot of email, among them a letter from Bico with...