Thursday, April 2, 2015

FOR DIGITAL ART, WATERMARKS AIM TO BRING MORE AURA—AND A HOTTER MARKET

Fast Company - Thanks in no small part to the Internet, digital art is having a moment, and it's attracting collectors too. An auction last year of GIFs, digital paintings, and printouts at Phillips in London raised over $113,000, including $3,500 paid for a website by the Dutch-Brazilian Internet artist Rafael Rozendaal.

Along with money, the budding market has also raised some interesting questions: If digital art is built on a medium prone toward reproduction, how do you make a one-of-a-kind edition?  Read more.

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