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Quick Look posts are paid submissions offering only a brief overview of an app. Vote in the polls below if you think this app is worth an in-depth AppStorm review!

In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Biennale Way. The developer describes Biennale Way as a free interactive personal guide that makes the journey through the immense world of contemporary art easy and enjoyable. Each guide is distinguished by its individual style and is created by a guest designer. The holographic Biennale Way Venice is designed by Tom Tosseyn, avangarde Moscow Issue is the work of artist Protey Temen.

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I’ve never heard anyone criticize cheese for not tasting like shrimp, or condemn a car for not being capable of flying like an airplane (although it’s 2010, and I still want to know when we’re going to get our flying cars).

Adobe Ideas, a nifty digital sketchbook app from Adobe, isn’t a full-featured sketching application in the vein of SketchBook Pro or Brushes . . . but it’s not trying to be. Instead, Adobe Ideas encourages you to doodle, brainstorm, sketch, and toy with concepts. In this regard, Adobe Ideas really shines.

There’s certainly no shortage of drawing applications available on the app store. However, most of the apps available are pretty basic and focus more on being silly and fun than fully-featured and customizable enough for professionals.

SketchBook Mobile from AutoDesk seeks to fill this void by providing an impressively rich drawing experience packed with enough features to push the boundaries of the iPhone OS.