• LA Mobile Arts Festival 2012 – pioneering the mobile arts


    Los Angeles celebrates the pioneers of and the underground mobile arts movement with the largest mobile and mobile exhibition to date. Over 150 artists showcasing innovative art as well as interactive digital, sculptural, film / , and performance based iPhonic installations.
    The biggest venue ever for a mobile arts event. Over 24o artists from over 30 countries around the world are being featured. The most important thing that makes the LAMAF 2012 such a big deal, the artwork created on mobile devices such as iPhone and iPad is world class art.
    The galleries promise to be unique and will add to the Pioneering The Mobile Arts theme of the festival. The daily events will include some of the top notch iPhoneographers and app developers in the world offering their first hand expertise and knowledge.


    Happy and proud to be part of this major exhibit along with talented artists and friends!
    These are my four works that are included in the show. Very honored that one of my works has been selected for the Daguerreotype Collection printing for the Curiosity Shop

  • P1xels – The Art of the iPhone New Website


    P1xels—The of the has launched an Indiegogo Campaign to finance the long anticipated revamping of their website to create a wonderful new user experience for both the public and for their artists. P1xels remains the only curated iPhonic art site, dedicated to the promotion of artists and their work, and the iPhonic art movement itself, one picture at a time. The new site, built with the most modern tools and coding, will offer a whole new experience for creators and consumers of the most exciting art form on the planet.
    The Indiegogo campaign runs through the month of August.
    Future plans include opening the site to other mobile phone platforms after the launch. They have been impeded from such a move prior to this time due to their unique and time-consuming curation process.
    The link to the current Indiegogo campaign


    This is a for Indiegogo campaign to finance a new HTML5, retina-display, responsive (any computer or mobile device) website for P1xels—The Art of the iPhone. Beautiful works from all over the world. is ©2012 Knox Bronson; Images are ©2011-12 their respective artists.

  • Hide and Seek


    I would like to introduce my first Photo Book “Hide and seek”.
    This book represents my very own point of view on the beauty of the city and its inhabitants — this is a fascinating journey through the Moscow’s street life.
    While walking down the streets of my amazing city, I notice something what other people just miss in the daily rush.
    All images for this book were taken and processed using the 4.
    Please take the time to check it out!
    Hope you enjoy it ;)