Artist paints New Yorker front page with iPhone

Artist Jorge Colombo done something pretty extraordinary. He created the front-page cover of The New Yorker all on his iPhone.

Jorge simply stood on 42nd ST in NY for about an hour straight to complete the piece of art.

Jorge only purchased his first iPhone last February and quickly purchased the Bushes app ($4.99 iTunes) because he liked the fact he could easily “carry all [his] pens and brushes and notepads with [him]”

The iPhone is being used more and more towards media.

Today, popular Japanese video game maker Capcom (creator of popular titles including Street Fighter and the Resident Evil series) announced the company plans to release at least ten titles for the iPhone by March 2010.

Capcom says it will develop iPhone version games to capitalize on the success of the iPhone as a mobile gaming platform. Capcom is forecasting a 6% increase in operating profit to a record 15.5 billion yen by the end of this fiscal year.

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