Justin Moss

Posts Tagged ‘aboriginal art

A great idea, it even works well – but will it take off

“They transform physical media (print advertising, billboards, product packages, information signs, in-store merchandising, or even video images) — into live links for accessing information and entertainment online.” (Full Story: CNET)

Here’s something I prepared earlier:

Try these examples on your iPhone or smartphone.  I was amazed just how tolerant the application was to size (small) and focus.





Check: This tag should take you to “Australian Art Online

Thank you to Adam for passing on the article.


And all of them for sale!

art.net.au is a showcase for Australian art online and a comprehensive directory of galleries, artists, services and museums in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific. All work displayed on art.net.au’s art pages are currently available for sale, drawn from commercial exhibitions of contemporary, aboriginal, tribal, modern or more traditional art.

(yes, this is a shameless plug)


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  • mattvolke: Cool blog! Check it out my movie blog at themoviebros.wordpress.com/
  • justinmoss: Hi Dave, thank you. Yes, you can have it synced with multiple computers (I used to do this though I no longer have a need for this). From my experie
  • Dave Watkins: Excellent information. Thanks for sharing. Is you iPhone synced with multiple computers? dave