How a Legendary Octogenarian Artist Leveraged Her Passion With an App

New global Android campaign celebrates developers

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To the world that uses them, mobile apps seem to magically appear without much thought about the developers. In a new campaign entitled #IMakeApps for Android, created by London production company Gramafilm, some of those who follow their passion have a starring role and show the human side of technology.

The first spot in the four-part series features Faith Ringgold, an 88-year-old American artist born in Harlem, NY. For the better part of six decades, her work has been featured in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Guggenheim.

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