During the last couple of years thanks to digital photography and social networks StreetArt has gotten a world wide stage and much more respect and appreciation from the mainstream.
This is great for street artists world wide, because now any artistic expression on the street can be admired instantly across the world, but best of all, it can be admired for as long as the internet is here, in the real world street art is either erased by building owners or city governments or it just decays in a matter of a few years.
We believe that by sharing street art on the internet, street art is being enjoyed more in the screens of your internet devices than on the streets themselves, so we, as digital creative people decided to skip the awesome thrill, risk and hard work real street artists go through and do our digital art on Photoshop and Gimp.
So we thought maybe some of you would like to be digital street artists as well, because we need your help to cover all cities of the world with the FrostWire logo.
On that note, we’d like to let you know that we are updating the translation of FrostWire’s user interface in chinese, french, dutch, spanish, portuguese, german, italian and other languages, so that not only the FrostWire stickers get to go to China and other countries, but also the software.
Since FrostWire 4.18.4, FrostWire related pictures sent to the FrostWire Photo Album are showed cased randomly every time FrostWire starts up in millions of computers all over the world.
FrostWire Splash Screen Images come from the community.
Here are the pictures distributed for FrostWire 4.18.4 an 4.18.5
Credits and more detailed descriptions of these pictures are available on the Flickr Group.
Submitting your pictures
If you want your picture to make it to the next FrostWire, join the FrostWire Photo Album Flickr Group and submit your pictures. Here are some tips to get your picture on the FrostWire splash screen: