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The days of iPads as kitchen tables may not be upon us, but for now, iPods make a pretty great canvases. At least for Japanese artist Seikou Yamaoka. As he commutes to work, Yamaoka “paints” amazing portraits on his iPod Touch — with the help of the app ArtStudio.

ipod portraits

As impressive as the results are, you have to check out the timelapse video of this digital painting on The Telegraph‘s site to get the full effect. And it all happens on a 3.5-inch screen. Truly, Yamaoka can say he’s got more talent in one little finger than many other artists combined!


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