Apple on Wednesday launched its popular “Today at Apple” series on YouTube, beginning with a video on how to turn yourself into a character from the beloved children’s program Peanuts.
Each video in the series tackles creative projects across photo, video, art and design, with techniques inspired by global artists. In episode one, Apple Creative Pro Anthony teaches viewers how to draw themselves as a Peanuts character on Pages, with the help of Apple TV+ The Snoopy Show showrunner Mark Evestaff and storyboard artist Krista Porter.
Today at Apple has been a place for customers to find inspiration and learn about new technology inside of Apple stores for over 20 years. The YouTube debut of the series brings the educational tools to viewers around the world from wherever they are.
The first episode can be seen below, with additional episodes to come in the future.
Apple recently turned an iconic Los Angeles theatre into a retail space — check out photos of The Apple Tower Theatre here.
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