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Digital artists. 54 Mind-Blowing Digital Paintings. Digital Painting 101 (1 of 5) MOCA: the Museum of Computer Art. How to Produce (and Sell) Prints of your Artwork. Last year, a request was made by fellow WC members asking me to share my knowledge of producing prints.

How to Produce (and Sell) Prints of your Artwork

Well, just as plants tend to grow towards the sun, articles seem to instinctively navigate towards the back burner. I've been working on this for about a year, and despite the natural phenomenon of procrastination, I've finally finished. So, in the realm of "better late than never", I give you my article: "Be fruitful and multiply"! No stronger words can be spoken of a lonely work of original art hanging isolated on the wall of a single residence, hidden from society, being enjoyed only by the limited few that happen to wander past it.

For many years, artistic multiplication was afforded only to printmakers and craftsmen who devoted much of their time developing skills of etching, woodcarving and stone lithography. And yet, everywhere you look these days you'll find art prints for sale. Note: I am posting this article as a thread to allow for discussion afterwards. Continued below. BEWARE of ART: Digital fine art printing methods.

What's the basic printmaking difficulty for digital fine art?

BEWARE of ART: Digital fine art printing methods

What's jen's solution? How does she print? What are iris gicleé prints? What are alternative pricenologies for printing gicleés? PrintingTips Murtaugh. Pulp to Pixels: Artists Books in the Digital Age. The following is a guest post by Jimi Jones, Archivist of Hampshire College.

Pulp to Pixels: Artists Books in the Digital Age

Images of the Pulp to Pixels works on the Hampshire Library Magic Board digital gallery From November 7th through the 16th, the Harold F. Johnson Library at Hampshire College hosted an exhibition called “Pulp to Pixels: Artists Books in the Digital Age.” Why I sell DIGITAL Art Prints and What They Are. Hi friends!

Why I sell DIGITAL Art Prints and What They Are

I hope you had a good Easter weekend and ate lots of yummy candy! I don’t know about you but I think that Easter candy is the best! Reese’s eggs are my favorite!!! Okay so today I want to share some insider blog business stuff with you about why I sell DIGITAL prints and how it is better for you as a customer and me as a shop owner! About a year and a half ago I re-opened my Etsy shop and starting selling Art Prints. {For more tips about how I shipped my art prints —> HERE} Then last summer, when we moved back to Utah and everything changed. It proved much more difficult than I thought.

Basically the timing just wasn’t right. Monegraph and the Status of the Art Object. On Monday February 10, 2015, just as The Data Issue launched, Morgan Sutherland gathered six artists, writers, and entrepreneurs positioned at the intersection of the art market and the tech industry to discuss the potential of Monegraph, the fledgling platform that emerged from Rhizome’s Seven on Seven in 2014.

Monegraph and the Status of the Art Object

The brainchild of Anil Dash and Kevin McCoy, it promises to harness the distributed potential of the blockchain (the technology behind Bitcoin) in service of digital artists. Organized around questions of the role of new platforms and their impact on the circulation of the art object, the spirited discussion ran for several hours, tackling the nature of the digital art object, its market, and its status as a locus of cultural inquiry. Below is a series of edited excerpts from the recorded conversation. Adriana Ramić, The Return Trip is Never the Same (After Trajets de Fourmis et Retours au Nid, Victor Cornetz, 1910), 2014 Kevin McCoy: I’m an artist. Adriana Ramić: I’m an artist. We follow the people and ideas shaping our world. A new book is getting us to think about art and materials in the digital age We’re spending half of our waking hours online.

We follow the people and ideas shaping our world

That’s a lot of time in which many of our senses aren’t being explored. Thankfully Jonathan Openshaw’s new book, Postdigital Artisans, documents a group of artists who are reengaging our sense of touch in the digital age. Art Collectors' Mindsets Are Moving from Physical to Digital Art. As Neon Mob illustrates, it's the digital age, and that means art galleries and collectors are seeing a reshaping of the art world Most art galleries you visit today will feature mostly (if not all) physical paintings, sculptures, and other artwork.

Art Collectors' Mindsets Are Moving from Physical to Digital Art

Any artwork portrayed on a screen would be considered a little too different for the traditional museum. Digital Painting 101: The Complete Guide. Photoshop Tutorial - Draw a Strange, Mystical Creature in Photoshop. This 97-Year-Old Man Creates Beautiful Artwork in MS Paint. Talk about making it hard on yourself: Hal Lasko, a legally blind 97-year-old, is using Microsoft Paint from Windows 95 to create art.

This 97-Year-Old Man Creates Beautiful Artwork in MS Paint

MS Paint, especially in its older iterations, is Microsoft's notoriously feature-absent drawing program. In fact, it's so basic that creating anything worth looking at is a challenge. It doesn't really bother Lasko, who discovered the software decades ago and spends 10 hours a day painting. He uses it to create paintings that resemble both pointillism and 8-bit art. Lasko was recently featured on art blog Colossal. How do you like Lasko's artwork? Thumbnail image: Hal Lasko.