Mountain View, CA – July 13, 2013- iOSDevCamp, the iOS developer event, is now showing David Newman’s solo show of digital prints of hand-painted iPad Portraits of Innovators.
The show is on view at the Computer History Museum to registered event participants during the Hackathon Saturday and Sunday, and is open to the public Sunday, July 14 from 2 to 6 P.M. during the public demonstration.
Prints in the Exhibition:
Newman, a former courtroom artist who covered historic trials in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1970’s, painted his first computer graphics portrait in 1982. In 2006, he began a series of ink-on-paper portraits of Silicon Valley innovators. Since 2010, he has used the iPad as his preferred medium to paint more than 150 portraits of innovators from life.
Newman has painted traditional and digital portraits of entrepreneurs and developers at CNN, Google HQ, Le Web and Le Camping in Paris, Microsoft Research Silicon Valley, NASA Ames, PayPal HQ, Stanford University, Twitter HQ, Yahoo HQ, and other high-tech venues.
iOSDevCamp is a not-for-profit developer event for iOS, encouraging development using both the native SDK and web standards. The event format is “unconference” or Barcamp-style, featuring content from the participants themselves. iOSDevCamp 2013 is the eighth not-for-profit iOS developer conference produced by the original iPhoneDevCamp all-volunteer team. What was originally called ‘iPhoneDevCamp’ was rebranded as ‘iOSDevCamp’ in 2010 to match Apple’s new naming convention. This is a combined iPhone and iPad event.
Newman’s solo show is open to the public Sunday, July 14 from 2 to 6 P.M. at:
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Blvd,
Mountain View, California, 94043
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