Faces iMake

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Faces iMake is all about creating faces from every day stuff. Developed by iMagine Machine in conjunction with internationally renowned author and illustrator Hanoch Piven and based on his highly acclaimed and sold out Art Workshops around the world, Faces iMake teaches you to look at the world around you with fresh eyes.

Piven, winner of  Time Magazine’s, ”One of  Ten in Best Children’s Books” and straight off the pages of Rolling Stone, The New York Times, and The Washington Post, says about Faces iMake:

I wanted Faces iMake to be a virtual workshop with me and reflect what happens in the real world when you work with objects. Therefore you can rotate and move objects around but you cannot resize them. This limitation which might seem annoying at first makes you become more resourceful and creative. The idea is to play and to play some more. All great art is born from playing. Therefore Faces iMake is a game as much as it is an art workshop.

Faces iMake features:

  • Start with 20 different face shapes
  • Select from over 150 objects to make faces
  • Rotate and layer objects
  • Save faces to your photo gallery or assign to contacts
  • Including Piven’s own Art Lessons filmed in his studio in
  • Barcelona
  • Upload your masterpieces to Facebook or share them by email

Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

Category: Entertainment, Family, Kids,Educational, Puzzle, Social Networking
Released: May 31, 2010
Publisher: iMagine machine LLC
Price: Free (get app)

How app works?

About Hanoch Piven

Hanoch Piven (b. August 21, 1963 in Montevideo, Uruguay) is an Israeli mixed media artist best known for his celebrity caricatures. was born in Uruguay and raised in Israel. He came to the United States in 1987 and graduated from the School of Piven Visual Arts, in New York, in 1992. Piven returned to Israel in 1995, where he began writing and illustrating for the daily Haaretz.

His illustrated compositions are assembled from common objects and scraps of materials, including items which might be associated with the subject (for example, using bologna and liquor bottles to create Boris Yeltsin for Haaretz in 2000 or brains, magnifying glasses and electrical wire to create Stephen Hawking for Die Weltwoche in 2006).

His caricatures appear in TimeNewsweekRolling StoneThe Atlantic MonthlyThe Times, and Entertainment Weekly, among other publications.

In 2003, Piven began conducting international workshops in such cities as Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Toronto and others. The workshops follow the principles of Piven’s own collage technique and encourage young people to experiment with common day-today objects and pieces of the world around them to create their own works of art.

Visit Piven’s World and read interview with Hanoch Piven (Illustration Friday).

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