Love it – Hate it – Spray it – Spray Face 1.0 released

Spray Face 1.0

Mad of your boss? Ooh, you want to release that frustration and stress he/she puts on your shoulder, check out this Elite Gudz recently announced Spray Face 1.0 for your iPod, iPhone and iPad. The application works by spraying cream, mustard and relish to your selected photo, isn’t that sweet? And after that, better share it to someone who can keep a secret with the crime you’ve committed, by Twitter, Facebook and Email connect just be sure to keep it private. We got the official press release after the break.

Press Release

Love it – Hate it – Spray it – Spray Face Released on iTunes

New York, New York- The Spray Face app by Elite Gudz was released on iTunes today, combining photo prank elements with a platform of art and design. Users find themselves at Sullie’s Jerk Chicken Diner, where the establishment’s name and main dish directly represent the owner. Sullie doesn’t much care for the likes of you or your friends; at his diner, anyone is fair game for a virtual food fight.

* Choose any face from your photo album
* Variety of gooey sprayable condiments
* Easy jerk and spray action
* Share the picture with Twitter, Facebook & Email connect

Drawing on talent from comics, street art and graphic design, the artists from Elite Gudz create applications that are surprisingly rich in wit and backstory. This is especially prevalent in their latest Entertainment app where the main objective is to plaster your friends faces with cream, mustard and relish. Users can import any photo in their album, or take a picture in-app with their iPhone or iPod camera.

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 5.7 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Spray Face 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.

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Elite Gudz is a creative studio founded by artists and creators from graffiti, comics and designer toys. Their first app, Graffiti Spray can, was a creative experiment for the group that climbed to the #1 spot in Entertainment and Free apps around the world within days of its release. This success of Graffiti Spray Can shifted the focus of the studio onto app and game development. Elite Gudz uses apps as a living medium where design and technology work together seamlessly in an interactive experience. Copyright (C) 2010 Elite Gudz. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.