The Best of 2012 on iPh0!

iPh0 best of 2012 image may be shared on your blog, Instagram, Flickr or social media outlets

iPh0 best of 2012 – image may be shared on your blog, Instagram, Flickr and/or social media outlets.

2012 was another major year for the iPhoneography and mobile artistry movement and I had the pleasure to view many of the best the medium has to offer in the iPhoneogenic Flickr Group. Throughout the year I collected these artifacts and presented them in monthly round-ups here on iPh0. The Flickr group presented over 45 thousand images alone in 2012, which shows the vast number of people creating on their mobile devices and how difficult it is to curate a showcase like this year-in and year-out! Of those 45 thousand images only 336 images were selected throughout the year. (Apologies for the delay in presenting this, wanted to get this right!)

New this year is a year end crème de la crème of Top Images on iPhoneogenic. From the 336 images, 50 images were selected to be apart of the best of 2012, but there were just way too many great image I could not pass on so, the collection amounts to 60 stunning images. These images represent what it takes to be featured on iPhonegenic’s monthly collections. That’s an image that speaks volumes, contains craftsmanship, tells a story/moving, uniqueness, shows hidden gems, and overall an eye popping visual impact.

The images below do not represent an artist’s particular style but merely what was said above as criteria for selections.

Because I feel these images are so awesome there is no lead, they are all just that brilliant!

Clicking on an image will redirect you to the artist’s Flickr photostream.

I hope you enjoy the year end collection and find some inspiration here.

Thanks to all who submitted to the iPhoneogenic Flickr Group. You made the year end selection process very tough. Please keep them coming in the new year!


faded by Ade Santora

Melting icicle by Melissa Vincent

Blue Moves by Glenda Butterflyblue

Sending girly data from nowhere by Isabelle MissPixels Gagne

The Woodcutter by Emily Bemily

Hwy 126, Oregon by Cecily Mariece Caceu

In Darkness by Ginger Lucero

The light of a soul by VeronicainMo

the little boy and the big train by Frederique Bellec

answers at the end of it all by Krapoz

twin by koshi_another_side_

they crowd me with their light by Susan Tuttle

Refuge by Victoria

Always the mischievous ones…by Joel Adam

The Mask of the Red Feather by Marie Matthews

Back by Laura Peischl

The Devout by Allison Pistohl

Tofino Surfers Sunset by By Michael Fixit inPost

Image pic 67 by Souichi Furusho

The Summer Kiss by Sion Fullana

Hideaway by Lindsey Thompson

Ice Bath by Alexander Kesselaar

Follow Your Dreams by Robin Pope

Chasms by Yammay

Father and Daughter by Michael Sutton

The Eye by Nico Brons

Blowing Smoke by Susan Blase

Falling by Sarah Jarrett

Fly By by Paul Moore

Asphyxia by Tracy J. Thomas

the empress by Liz Grilli

she knows which games are best. by Amy Leibrand

Honeysuckle by Nettie Edwards

Untitled by Clay Benskin

Insightby by Clint Cline

Never Forget by Janine Graf

Waiting for a Sign no. 2 by Catherine Restivo

Searching for gold by Michał Koralewski

It Happened In The Woods II by iVana J.B.

Untitled by kCe7

Yes you have attention by darrenisreal

Grief by Stephanie Meckfessel

Roger Guetta: Portrait X

Tuana Azi: You’ve tried to forget the past for so long, but it has caused you nothing but unhappiness.

Dirk Dallas: Conquered

Shane Martin: Solitary Man

Space by Deb Evans Braun

Untitled by Alexey Ovsyannikov

Houston we have lift off by Carlein

shake it out by Urban Muser

Perched, and sat, and nothing more. by Kimberly Post Rowe

Secret Eye In The Sky by mutablend

My Paradise by Lene Basma

The Performer by J.A.D.A.

View of the Eastern Shore, Buttermere, Cumbria by Chris Harland

Long Goodbye by Star Rush

Caught in the Web by Robert-Paul Jansen

Internet Killed the Video Star by Michael Andrade

Stolen Time by Edina Herold

Cindy Patrick: Sledding Solo

18 responses to “The Best of 2012 on iPh0!

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  2. Thank you so much Edi! You know I received a bit a grief from the animal lovers over my image and how it upset me. I’m so happy you have a sense of humor and appreciate the image. Thank you, truly. And congrats to all the amazing and talented artists featured; you all set the bar so high!!


  3. Edi — such an honor!! Thank you!!!! You selected one of my most favorite pieces and that warms my heart. Congratulations to everyone! — such gorgeous work. Thank you Edi for all you do to promote mobile art!


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  6. Oh, what an astoundingly beautiful collection! Some old favorites in there, and many new and wonderful pieces. Thank you kindly, Edi, for including me. Congratulations everyone!! What a year we had!


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  8. I just want to say thank you Edi for including me in this beautiful cross section of creations from the past year. It is such an honour to be featured in such a way and inspires me to keep creating. Thank you for your support, and for your work on the site.

    Congrats to all!



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  10. Hi Ed and thanks for including me in the group of talented mobile photographers. Can’t tell you how incredibly proud I am to be a part of the iphoneography movement. Can’t wait to see where we all are at this time next year.


  11. A splendid collection, celebrating a year that again raised the bar on quality and creativity in such wonderful and diverse ways. Congrats to all and THANK YOU Edi, I’m really honored!


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