Faces iMake is a creative art app and more. It lets kids create arts with objects they see every day, such as brush, banana, plates, and buttons. Kids can re-size, rotate, flip the objects they choose, and then put the pieces together to make a masterpiece. There is no limit to the imagination.
The app was developed with renowned artist, children’s book author and educator Hanoch Piven and is based on the creative workshops he conducted all around the world. According to Piven, the purpose of the app is to make it a virtual workshop that reflects what happens in the real world when we compose pictures using objects. He believes all significantly creative ideas are born from playing, therefore Faces iMake “is a game as much as it is a creative workshop.”
After its launch, it’s been receiving raving reviews. Some of the key messages from the reviews: great tool for developing right brain creativity; intuitive for children with disabilities, such as Autism; entertaining for kids and adults.
• 5 video lessons on creativity by Hanoch Piven himself, geared for all ages.
• A gallery of 20 inspirational images created by the Piven family
• A sharing engine (Facebook, email)
It is a very neat app. Seeing how ordinary everyday objects turning into an extraordinary art work will be inspiring. It will teach the children to live everyday life with artful eyes and mind, and to appreciate life more… The app works on both iPhone and iPAD. It is $1.99 at App store.
There is a HD version of the app that only works on iPAD, with better image quality. The cost is $2.99.
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