Since time immemorial, creative people have been trying to represent their life with art. Whatever their means and resources, these creators have tried to imbue each form and image with as much color as possible. Color speaks, and whether it’s a Matisse, an Instagram post, or a child’s drawing, bright colors give a sense of presence and reality to an image that often exceeds the skill with which it was rendered. Many have written about the significance of color, Huxley claiming that dreams in vivid color representing the deepest memories and urges that exist in the human mind. With color, artists have transformed the forms of standard daily objects – doorways, footpaths, meals – into emblems of high art.
Many of today’s young people finding their creative feet are doing so using consumer technologies. The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge steps into this space, giving these creative minds the most vivid and versatile colors yet available in a mobile device. The S6 Edge has superior resolution to all the competition on the market, and it’s the way a new generation of creative minds are going to record and recreate the best parts of life. A lot of people are highlighting these kinds of devices on the basis of what they can do to entertain. But for a lot of people the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is about what can be created. It’s giving a quality and fidelity to images created on the spot that has never existed before.
From now on, a consumer-level art-history is going to be created moment by moment, in the hands of normal people all around the world. Though some have decried these devices as instruments of isolation, in reality they are the instruments of our folk art. There will be a record of all the events that happen in human culture from now on, but it will be recorded by regular people, folk artists documenting and creating about their day to day. To learn more about The Next Big Thing head to: http://facebook.com/SamsungMobileUSA