By Andrew Liszewski
They may not end up in the Louvre, or other prestigious art galleries. Nor will the Pope ever commission Apple’s graphic designers to cover the ceiling of the Vatican’s chapels with them. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t people who look at the iPhone’s home screen, and all of the included app icons, as a genuine piece of art. For them, a European-based company called iPhone Paintings lets you hang larger versions of those very same icons on the walls of your home or office.
There are 2 sets of 16 icons available. A hand-painted version which will you set you back $499 and a cheaper, digitally printed collection which is $275 instead. Both sets come on 20cm x 20cm sized canvases, and can probably be re-arranged without having to hold your finger on the wall until they all start wiggling. (But that would be cool if they did!)