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Digital Print

Digitalisation has completely transformed the way we live. Art has not gone untouched and has also been revolutionised by the latest wave of digital development. Digital art has been a genre of its own since the 1970s and it includes numerous works produced using digital technology (television screens, computers, virtual reality...).

The way we sell and promote art has been turned on its head. Today, young artists can share their work with large numbers of people in just one click. They no longer need to be established in the art world or secure their first exhibition to promote their art. Young painters, sculptors or engravers can share their creative process online with internet users and let them comment on the end result.

The Chinese artist Ai Wei Wei for example is very present on social media networks and uses his blog as a highly effective platform. A strong opponent of the Chinese government, digital technology has given him a strong voice in a country with strict censorship rules.

Other than its impact on the way we share art, digital technology has fundamentally changed the finished product. 2D and 3D technologies have been left behind in favour of the latest constantly evolving digital developments, that have in turn brought about new interactive and intelligent installations. Some of the first artists to pioneer the use of digital technology in their work include Erkki Kurenniemi, David Rokeby and Laurent Mignonneau.

They have led the way for new groups of artists who have continued to grow and redefine the possibilities for art today. Installations from the movement are now exhibited in some of the world's most prestigious contemporary and modern art museums (the Tate in London, the Palais de Tokyo in Paris), which demonstrates the strength and durability of digital art. In 2018, several Parisian exhibitions transformed the way we admire artwork. The interdisciplinary cooperative teamLab specialises in immersive installations which go beyond art, science and technology. As visitors move between the artworks, the projections change based on the information captured by sensors dotted across the room. The Atelier des Lumières also has a different kind of experience to offer its visitors; giant versions of Klimt's masterpieces projected onto the walls and spread across the entire space...

In a similar way to all creative support types, printing has also drastically changed over time. Printing techniques have continued to develop throughout history thanks to technological progress and new art movements, but digital printing has without doubt revolutionised the genre. Digital printing is a production technique that allows artists to print images directly from digital data. As with all sectors, digitalisation has sped everything up. Artists can create more quickly and print larger series of their works to share with even more people. The supports used for prints are incredibly varied and their size is somewhat irrelevant. Patrick Bérubé for example is particularly fond of printing large scale works.

What's more, digital printing means that artists can create, edit and manipulate images on computers and then print them out to create a physical artwork. Don't miss out on Artsper's selection of works by famous artists, inlcuding Mel Ramos, Damien Hirst and Miss Tic.
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Luciano Cian, Tête #1, Print

Luciano Cian

Tête #1, 2021
41.7 x 35.4 x 0.1 inch


Hyo Myoung Kim, Spectrum colors arranged by chance VI - Fingered, Print

Hyo Myoung Kim

Spectrum colors arranged by chance VI - Fingered, 2012
39.4 x 39.4 inch


Petr Strnad, Concept #48, Print

Petr Strnad

Concept #48, 2021
19.7 x 13.1 x 0 inch


Laurence Vallières, Haribo Mickey, Print

Laurence Vallières

Haribo Mickey, 2021
20 x 26 x 0.1 inch


Nora Ampova, Trump Ostrich, Print

Nora Ampova

Trump Ostrich, 2018
27.6 x 19.7 inch


Our recommendations Paola Pivi, One love, Print

Paola Pivi

One love, 2013
19.7 x 27.6 inch


Our recommendations Sophie Calle, Des journées entières sous le signe du B, du C, du W En, Print

Sophie Calle

Des journées entières sous le signe du B, du C, du W En, 2013
27.6 x 19.7 inch


Ghost Art, Time is money, Print

Ghost Art

Time is money, 2018
39.4 x 39.4 x 2 inch

$3,054 $3,470

Jo Di Bona, Truth, Print

Jo Di Bona

Truth, 2017
11.8 x 11.8 inch


Stoz, Tkb 380, Print


Tkb 380, 2020
19.7 x 19.7 x 0.8 inch


Our recommendations Bernard Frize, Aimé, Print

Bernard Frize

Aimé, 2013
27.6 x 19.7 inch


Our recommendations Xavier Veilhan, Billet Moderniste, Print

Xavier Veilhan

Billet Moderniste, 2013
19.7 x 27.6 inch


Yrjö Edelmann, Under certain circumstances II, Print

Yrjö Edelmann

Under certain circumstances II, 2015
24 x 19.7 inch


Laurent Grasso, Set of 3 signed posters, Print

Laurent Grasso

Set of 3 signed posters, 2018
27.6 x 68.9 inch


Viviane Perez-Lorenzo, Paysage bassin, Print

Viviane Perez-Lorenzo

Paysage bassin, 2018
27.6 x 19.7 x 0.1 inch


Eric Liot, Campbell's, Print

Eric Liot

Campbell's, 2019
15.6 x 12.6 x 1.2 inch


Rodrigo Spinel, 100 2:1 (Framed), Print

Rodrigo Spinel

100 2:1 (Framed), 2019
11.7 x 23.6 x 0.1 inch


Jack Vettriano, Just The Way It Is, Print

Jack Vettriano

Just The Way It Is, 2013
19.7 x 16.5 x 0.4 inch


Our recommendations Hernan Bas, Wash up (cave of enlightenment), Print

Hernan Bas

Wash up (cave of enlightenment), 2013
19.7 x 27.6 inch


Alain Vaissière, L'explorateur, Print

Alain Vaissière

L'explorateur, 2021
45.3 x 45.3 x 0.4 inch


JJ Adams, Murphy Robocop X Ray, Print

JJ Adams

Murphy Robocop X Ray, 2016
13.8 x 11.4 inch


Our recommendations Gianni Motti, Moneybox, Print

Gianni Motti

Moneybox, 2013
19.7 x 27.6 inch


Yaniv Edery, Rolex Bart, Print

Yaniv Edery

Rolex Bart, 2021
31.9 x 24 x 1.4 inch


Simon Hantaï, Empreinte II, Print

Simon Hantaï

Empreinte II, 2003
7.7 x 5.1 inch


Kelly Vincent, The Ruralist vs Mario, Print

Kelly Vincent

The Ruralist vs Mario, 2020
20.5 x 30.3 x 0.4 inch


Adrian Marden, Pills, Print

Adrian Marden

Pills, 2019
33.1 x 23.4 x 0.4 inch


Waltercio Caldas, WC 56 1, Print

Waltercio Caldas

WC 56 1, 2015
30.3 x 22.4 inch


Yasen Zgurovski, Flowerman, Print

Yasen Zgurovski

Flowerman, 2013
31.5 x 23.6 x 0.1 inch

$398 $443

Farhad Moshiri, Indian Boy in the Spot Light, Print

Farhad Moshiri

Indian Boy in the Spot Light, 2013
27.6 x 19.7 inch


Stom500, Wouasisisgood 2, Print


Wouasisisgood 2, 2019
23.6 x 15.7 inch


Philippe Hérard, Cent regards 1, Print

Philippe Hérard

Cent regards 1, 2019
7.9 x 7.9 inch


Duncan Wade, Battersea Bright Face, Print

Duncan Wade

Battersea Bright Face, 2020
33.1 x 39.4 x 1.2 inch


Our recommendations Claire Fontaine, Untitled (Castor 1), Print

Claire Fontaine

Untitled (Castor 1), 2013
35.4 x 47.2 inch


Alen Opsar, Bully, 2018 From The Series of Arte Erotica, Archival Pigment Print, Small size, Print

Alen Opsar

Bully, 2018 From The Series of Arte Erotica, Archival Pigment Print, Small size, 2018
15 x 24 x 1 inch


Ana Tisconia, Después, Print

Ana Tisconia

Después, 2018
25.6 x 20.5 inch


Alicia Mihai, Pasaje I, Print

Alicia Mihai

Pasaje I, 2019
15.7 x 11.8 inch


Stan Manoukian, The King, Print

Stan Manoukian

The King, 2019
52 x 28.3 inch


Ana Tiscornia, Entre dos esquinas, Print

Ana Tiscornia

Entre dos esquinas, 2018
25.6 x 20.5 inch


ErriC, Another Dimension, Print


Another Dimension, 2020
19.7 x 27.6 x 0.1 inch


Bosquetro Bosquetro, Trino de Agua / Water Trill, Print

Bosquetro Bosquetro

Trino de Agua / Water Trill, 2018
23.4 x 16.5 inch


Our recommendations Luis Camnitzer, Portfolio Two parallel lines, Print

Luis Camnitzer

Portfolio Two parallel lines, 2014
11 x 16.9 inch


Agathe Wagner, Reciprocity 8, Print

Agathe Wagner

Reciprocity 8, 2016
23.6 x 16.5 x 0.4 inch


Sarah Bayliss, 1930 Hotchkiss AM80 2995cc, Print

Sarah Bayliss

1930 Hotchkiss AM80 2995cc, 2016
28 x 40 inch


Lucio Forte, Paris Texas, Print

Lucio Forte

Paris Texas, 2012
11.8 x 11.7 x 0 inch


Andres Ferrandis, Los Paises Frios 1, Print

Andres Ferrandis

Los Paises Frios 1, 2018
48 x 48 inch


Guillaume Piot, Âne, Print

Guillaume Piot

Âne, 2016
16.5 x 11.8 inch


Themanfromthefuture Urano, Liberty, Print

Themanfromthefuture Urano

Liberty, 2017
15.2 x 13 x 0 inch


Amy Nelder, Just the Right Red, Print

Amy Nelder

Just the Right Red, 2011
16 x 16 inch


Clement Vuillier, Bambous, Print

Clement Vuillier

Bambous, 2020
15.7 x 11.8 inch


Rol, Wolverine, Print


Wolverine, 2016
17.7 x 12.6 x 0.4 inch


Noah Borger, Gattica, Print

Noah Borger

Gattica, 2019
15.7 x 11.8 x 0.8 inch


Paul Rousteau, Tour Eiffel 2, Print

Paul Rousteau

Tour Eiffel 2, 2020
15.7 x 11.8 inch


Laurent Corvaisier, Au musée, Print

Laurent Corvaisier

Au musée, 2021
15.7 x 11.8 inch


David Vanadia, Calanque de Sugiton, Print

David Vanadia

Calanque de Sugiton, 2021
15.7 x 11.8 inch


O Gringo, Queen, Print

O Gringo

Queen, 2020
49.2 x 37.4 x 0.4 inch


Christophe Pouget, Penn Station, Print

Christophe Pouget

Penn Station, 2013
39.4 x 39.4 x 0.4 inch


Marcello Quarta, Mickey supreme, Print

Marcello Quarta

Mickey supreme, 2020
27.6 x 27.6 x 1.2 inch


Antonio Mora, Broken dream, Print

Antonio Mora

Broken dream, 2020
59.1 x 39.4 inch


Marabout, L'enlèvement de la poule aux oeufs d'or, Print


L'enlèvement de la poule aux oeufs d'or, 2019
27.6 x 39.4 x 0.8 inch


Art Vladi, Lucky Luck Limited Print, Print

Art Vladi

Lucky Luck Limited Print, 2020
23.6 x 23.6 x 1.6 inch


Our recommendations Ken Done, Lemons and Clouds, Print

Ken Done

Lemons and Clouds, 2010
34.3 x 26 inch


Sax Berlin, Tathagata, Print

Sax Berlin

Tathagata, 2017
35 x 28 x 0.1 inch


Samuel Favarica, Chakras, Print

Samuel Favarica

Chakras, 2015
35.4 x 35.4 x 0.4 inch


Aleksandra Honko, Pool no. 2, Print

Aleksandra Honko

Pool no. 2, 2018
13.2 x 10.2 x 0 inch


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