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Apple Refreshes 'Start Something New' Campaign Worldwide

Apple has reintroduced its "Start Something New" campaign ahead of New Year's Day in the U.S., Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, U.K., Vietnam and several other countries worldwide.

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"Start Something New" features a gallery of nearly a dozen paintings, photos, drawings, short films and other pieces of creative work made by artists using Apple products and apps, ranging from the Apple Pencil, iMac and iPad Air 2 to Adobe After Effects, Darkroom and Procreate.

Apple has also shared individual profiles for each new work and artist on its website:

- Painting fluid landscapes by Lu Jun, China
- Painting with dots by Lieu Nguyen, Vietnam
- Chasing wild vistas by Emma Phillips, Australia
- Illustrating nature through its details by Tiffany Bozic, USA
- Drawing with light by Darren Pearson, USA
- Shooting from a new perspective by Bernhard Lang, Germany
- Visualizing the power of gravity by Greg Barth, UK
- Cultivating a different kind of rose by Kahori Maki, Japan
- Composing a sense of wonder by Jake Sargeant, USA
- Seeking color in the streets by Brian Lotti, USA
- Capturing the texture of movement by William Hundley, USA

Apple ran a nearly identical campaign in December 2014, starting in Japan and later expanding to the U.S. and other countries.


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10 months ago
How about they start some of those new Skylake Macbook Pro's?
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10 months ago
Nice items, thank you, but would APPLE please give me back the good old iDVD or DVD Studio Pro for the people outside the Apple offices still want DVD's to be burned. Millions are banned from the dvd burning, for we are forced by Apple to reject these items. Please return back to the good old programs. P L E A S E !!
Rating: 1 Votes
10 months ago

I want the start something gnu campaign.



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