New Snapchat Jeff Koons Augmented Reality Feature – Jeff Koons bio & Net Worth – Snapchat have always been an amazing App and now partnering with artist Jeff Koons to bring some of his more amazing iconic sculptures to its app makes it more intresting. And it is to your concern that we bring this New Snapchat Jeff Koons Augmented Reality Feature as well as Jeff Koons bio & Net Worth
- When users are near one of the sculptures, the locations of which they can check on Snapchat’s site, the app will point them towards its exact location.
- The sculpture will appear on the user’s phone as they approach, allowing them to explore it up close, almost as if they were actually standing next to a real sculpture.
- Snapchat has a form on its website inviting other artists to bring their work to the messaging platform, but it’s unclear whether it’s currently working with any other artists yet.
- It’s essentially like Pokémon Go, but for three-story sculptures of inflated dog balloons.
- Right now, users can add a model of the flying car from the forthcoming Blade Runner sequel, or add a man selling Bud Light beer to their snaps.
Jeffrey “Jeff” Koons (born January 21, 1955) is an American artist known for working with popular culture subjects and his reproductions of banal objects—such as balloon animals produced in stainless steel with mirror-finish surfaces. According to Wikipedia Jeff Koons lives and works in both New York City and his hometown of York, Pennsylvania.
Jeff Koons works have sold for substantial sums, including at least one world record auction price for a work by a living artist. On November 12, 2013, Koons’s Balloon Dog (Orange) sold at Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale in New York City for US$58.4 million, above its high US$55 million estimate, becoming the most expensive work by a living artist sold at auction.
The price topped Koons’s previous record of US$33.7 million and the record for the most expensive living artist, held by Gerhard Richter, whose 1968 painting, Domplatz, Mailand, sold for US$37.1 million at Sotheby’s on May 14, 2013. Balloon Dog (Orange) was one of the first of the Balloon dogs to be fabricated, and had been acquired by Greenwich collector Peter Brant in the late 1990s.
However, Over the last year, Mr. Koons has dabbled in designing handbags and snowboards; last year he created a special edition smartphone case for Google. He praised Snapchat in an interview with i-D this year: “I think it’s wonderful that people can, you know, pick up a phone and feel the freedom of — like Snapchat — making something that is aesthetically and emotionally pleasing, and fun, and to just feel that experience