From his website.
Art of the iPhone impressionist
by Jonathan Jones
The Guardian, Monday 16 March 2009
In the early 20th century, the photograph still seemed new. The German intellectual Walter Benjamin tried to understand how photography changed art: it replaced the "aura" of the masterpiece with a new, democratic way of making pictures. Going on for a century later, we're living in the midst of a technological revolution that has left photography itself behind. Here's the latest: artist Jorge Colombo makes pictures of New York street life using the Brushes application (bought for $4.99 --- "a great leveller") on his iPhone. The results are impressively delicate and lively.