About Marmalade Moon.
About Marmalade Moon
Find out how to harness your creativity with your smartphone.
Marmalade Moon is a space to get tips, ideas, tutorials, techniques and inspiration for easily adding a creative layer to life with your mobile phone.
Updated on Mondays sometimes on Fridays too.
This is about
- Exploring the realm of imagination through the lens of your iPhone.
- Igniting easy on-the-go creativity with the tool that's already in your pocket.
- Creativity as a mindful practice. Turning off the noise to turn on creativity.
- Reclaiming your creative time.
- Blooming where you're planted: using what you've got, pen and paper, an iPhone, five minutes here and ten minutes there.
- Turning ordinary moments into artistic expressions and instantly developing everyday magic with your iPhone.
- Pioneering the iPhone and iPad as a canvas for painting. Exploring a brand new art form.
Who I Am
I'm Kate England. Artist. Designer. Illustrator. iPhoneographer. Founder of Marmalade Moon.
When I got my first iPhone in 2008, I discovered iPhone photography. I started exploring the iPhone and iPad as a revolutionary canvas for expressing yourself creatively finding new, exciting ways of adding a creative layer to my daily life. This discovery redefined my creative life and I'm thrilled to share my discoveries with you here at Marmalade Moon.
"There are two ways to live:
you can live as if nothing is a miracle;
you can live as if everything is a miracle."
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The Marmalade Moon Story
It was August, I was designing a web site for myself and my digital art, but what was it going to be called?I had visited some friends in their summer cottage in the archipelago. We had been picking cherries in their garden.
Standing at a bus stop, half way back to town, waiting for my bus to arrive on a dusty road, the moon rose, behind dark pine trees. It was huge. And orange. Like marmalade. Marmalade Moon.