Fuelarts, a major accelerator for Art+Tech and NFT startups, has shared its third official report containing a comprehensive analysis of the current state of the Art+Tech industry. Fuelarts Report is a source of highly valuable information for investors and startup developers. This year, it features a detailed overview of investment trends.
Category Archives: Art & Culture
It seems like neural networks can do pretty much anything — but are we ready for what that entails? AI-generated art has been at the forefront of online public discussion for some time now. People cannot decide whether images created with the use of artificial intelligence can be considered real art or whether they are just products of plagiarism.
Today, you will learn more about a talented artist who creates artworks that will amaze your imagination. The pop-up mixed media art exhibition “Time Spiral” by Artem Mirolevich is currently on display at the Denis Leon Gallery Space at Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Showroom, FL.
Chinese visual arts need no introduction – everyone has seen a white-and-blue porcelain vase or a delicate ink illustration, at least, once. Ancient China has always had a variety of materials for art making. Among them is jade, a mineral that has a special place in Chinese culture and many other Asian cultures. But what exactly is the significance of traditional Chinese art?
Who has not seen Ocean’s Eleven? Heist movies are probably the first thing we think about when we hear the words “art theft.” Art criminals in fiction are often portrayed as exceptionally smart people who spend a lot of time scheming and planning out their next heist. But how realistic are those movies?
Video art is by no means a new medium. In the time we live in now, it is easier than ever to record and display videos. Of course, there has always been an interest in capturing the fleeting moments and being able to imprint them in history for generations to see and admire. But that sounds very similar to another type of artistic expression — cinematography. So why is the distinction between video art and cinema necessary?
What do you know about the art of printmaking? This art form originated in Ancient China and evolved into what we all know today. Essentially, printmaking is a process of transferring an image from one surface to another. This concept is familiar to people who live in the current world where the majority of items are mass-produced.
Stress is an inseparable part of the modern way of life. If you are an artistic person, you might be familiar with feeling like you cannot even bear to look at your projects anymore. This could be a sign of creative burnout, a condition where one experiences a lack of energy and creativity.