Reply To: Digital Art vs. "Real" Art

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Marty Kulma

Sure they’re slow to change, a lot of people have been set in their ways. The world is switching from “owning” to “subscribing”, and ideas like owning an original $5000 painting are transforming to ideas of having high quality print for a tenth of the price.

There will always be a market for traditional, one of a kind pieces that I can’t see digital getting into. But i don’t see that increasing much unless the 1% starts sharing their wealth.