iPhone app creates International Typographic Style designs from your photos


9 Responses to “iPhone app creates International Typographic Style designs from your photos”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Ffffound just got a lot more noisy.

  2. Doctor Popular says:

    This app looks fun. The UI looks great and I appreciate the addition of a “send to twitter” option, but I just wonder why they (or any app for that matter) use TwitPic.
    Now that flickr has opened up their features, I’d much rather use Twitter’s built-in Twitter link (and tiny flickr url) for photos. Posting a pic on twitpic is so disposable, but Flickr photos can be tagged, edited, noted, etc.

  3. Lucifer says:

    better than what comes out of some $10/hr graphic artist sent over via some temp agency.

  4. Reid says:

    So it just rips off classic modernist posters and stationery? Lame.

  5. Anonymous says:

    There was a free, stand-alone ‘graphic-design generation’ Mac application that made the rounds a few years ago; literal one-click poster/brochure/CD covers in grunge, techno, ‘artsy’, bauhaus and other styles, complete with modified bulit-in stock photos. It was somewhat of a joke app but I knew a couple people that used it for paid jobs…

  6. Stooge says:

    It looks a lot more fun than it is.

    Two minutes is my new record for buyer’s remorse at the App store.

  7. ikoino says:

    The templates look beautiful, the site is well done, the ad copy sounds like pseudo scientific BS.

  8. dfiliak says:

    Even your ugly mug can’t ruin a nice Josef Müller Brockmann. This app is a bit of an artcrime.

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