List/Grid Tag Archives: art

Review Excerpt: The world of apps and screens meets the world of real tangram blocks, objects like pens, coins or anything else you might have in your pocket, with Osmo, an easy to ...
Review Excerpt: In the story, Axel is fidgety and distracted, but also creative as he struggles to get the world to understand him.  Axel wants to create an impressive kinetic sculpture, ...
Review Excerpt: This creativity app proves how a constraint (or limitation) can stimulate creativity. How? It turns your iPad screen into a peg board that can be filled with an endless ...
Review Excerpt: This is a set of ten optical illusion maze puzzles that is ideal for a child in need of a challenge. Your goal is to move a tiny figure (named Ida) through a series ...
Review Excerpt: Beautiful watercolor illustrations melt into one another, as you move through a 16 screen story that has no words. So you can supply the narrative. Children accompany ...
Review Excerpt: iPad sketching and drawing programs are easy to find, but this is the first we’ve seen that lets you draw something that many children find fascinating — ...
Review Excerpt: This interesting app combines a traditional screen-based coloring book with the tracks of a simple song, like “Row Your Boat.” The more parts of your picture ...
Review Excerpt: What if you could “see” a sound? Turn your screen into a musical doodlepad, where taps become color bursts, bouncing dots, or lines that seem to have a life ...
Review Excerpt: Based on the art of Antonella Abbatiello, Facciamo (translated “Let’s Face It”) is like an interactive painting, with nine visual face experiments. ...
Review Excerpt: Eighteen paintings are first presented by a rule, such as “never leave a red sock on the clothesline.” Why? Because it might attract a giant red rabbit. ...
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