Pasted is a collage app for iOS that lets you quickly create and share unique art.
This is what you get when a member of The Shins makes a photo appThe Shins frontman James Mercer didn't set out to make an app. A heavy Instagram user, he simply wanted something to make a quick photo collage. But not the kind that just plops a few photos into a grid. You know, an actual collage, like the kind you made in elementary school.
The Shins frontman goes old school with collage app PastedJames Mercer, frontman for the indie rock band founded in '90s, says the analogue spirit inspired his image app, Pasted.
The dream of the '90s is alive in the Pasted photo collage appLaunching out of beta today on iOS, Pasted is a throwback to simpler times - when making a collage meant picking up a pair of scissors. It's an appeal to Gen Xers put off by the overly complicated world of photo apps - or just searching for some inspiration through nostalgia.
The Shins launched a collage app at SXSWAnd so, he, together with musicians-turned-coders Zeke Howard and Ben Fogarty resolved to create Pasted. It's a simple app to use -- you select photos, and then it combines them together. You can then redefine the masking for each image, enlarge, rotate and position the individual elements, and apply various treatments.