eigen - The Art World in Your Pocket or Your Trendy Tech Company's Tote, Artsy's iOS app.

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This is a core Artsy Mobile OSS project, along with Energy, Eidolon, Emission and Emergence.Don't know what Artsy is? Check out this overview and more, or read our objc.io on team culture.

http://iphone.artsy.net
https://github.com/artsy/eigen

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