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iWound The World Largest Fashion & Art Magazine, Available at iTune !!

It looks that developers world move around iPhone apps, iTune currently has 70,000 plus apps and adding hundreds in routine. While searching iTune i found iWound claiming the world biggest art and fashion mag for iPhone.

Art magazine iWound is introducing an iPhone version of its summer issue to complement the print and online versions. The iWound app is available at iTune, which costs you $4.99, contains 402 pages of original content, 15 minutes of audio and video and several features.

iWound’s Iphone application represents the next generation of magazines. The central theme of wound for summer 2009 is ‘la grande illusion’. The new close-up section concentrates on electro musician peaches. this brand new section provides a unique perspective on a different artist every quarter, which gives a personal sense of the individual through concepts and ideas. curatorial in approach, rather than celebrity-watching, the reader is given a sense of the featured individual, her specific talents, ideas and inspirations.

In the art section, wound travels to china to provide an extraordinary insight into Belgian bad boy Wim Delvoye, whose pig tattooing has attracted controversy across the cultural spectrum. put under the microscope is Joana Vasconcelos - best known for her signature crochet sculptures and installations brimming with needlework. new york painter Amy Bessone, video artist Jasmina Fekovic and Jeanine Woollard are also profiled. wound also examines the appeal of Sculptor Michael samuels, whose ability to produce extraordinary works out of everyday items has delivered widespread praise.

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