Digital Art

Digital Artwork For Sale

The world of digital art is constantly evolving, responding to new technologies and pushing boundaries. We use computers daily to communicate, socialise, relax, work and shop. Therefore, it seems natural that art has deviated from traditional mediums and embraced the technology that drives our modern world. If you’re looking for art that reflects the present, browse our digital prints for sale, including computer-generated pieces and photography artwork for sale.

Defining Digital Art

For many, digital art is still a new concept. Is art created with anything other than a tangible material really art at all? Unequivocally, yes. The process through which digital art is created requires a level of skill and creativity comparable to that of traditional artists. If we move away from the notion that art can only exist in the physical space and towards the idea that its primary purpose is to express, it becomes easier to understand digital art as a legitimate discipline. High-quality digital art requires the artist to have mastered their tools – whether this is a piece of software or a camera – and demonstrate creativity, knowledge, and effort the same way as any other artist.

Photographic Prints for Sale

Through printing, we can bring digital art and photography into our homes. All the pieces available from Onlin, including works from Rosie Gosden, are available as physical prints on quality archival paper with archival inks. In addition, the beauty and flexibility of digital art allow for pieces to be printed in many sizes to suit your personal space. If you want to know more about any of our featured digital artworks or photography for sale and the available sizes, don’t hesitate to contact us today using our online enquiry form.

Digital Art Then and Now

Digital art can be described in many ways. However, it now finds itself placed under the larger umbrella term of New Media Art, which encompasses art made using digital technologies, interactive art, multimedia art and art that engages with digital culture. Digital art has been present in some form since the 1960s; however, its development accelerated rapidly with the growth of the internet in the 1990s. Today, the internet continues to provide a platform for both digital and traditional artists to reach new audiences, making art accessible to many more people, and digital art continues to push the boundaries of creativity beyond its limits.

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