Iconic ‘60s artist Peter Max is ending the decade by becoming part of the technological revolution, releasing two iPhone applications allowing users to buy his works digitally. Max’s four-decade career has brought his work to alarm clocks, stamps, pianos, and even a Continental Airlines jet. But the 72-year-old Max is stepping into the new realm of smartphones, becoming one of the first artists to turn profit from small-screen digital versions of his psychedelic images. The two applications—“The Peter Max Birthdays” and “The Peter Max eCard” gallery—allow iPhone users to access Max’s works for $1.99 each. What better way to acknowledge a birthday, holidays, and other special occasions than with a piece of virtual 60s artistic memorabilia?