Digital Art

Zhang Zeduan, "Along the River During the Qingming Festival"

This Taiwanese Museum Just Digitized Its Massive Collection of Chinese Art

70,000 images are available for download via the National Palace Museum's website

1937 Elsa Schiaparelli art-deco evening coat

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Google Digitizes 3,000 Years of Fashion History

The massive "We Wear Culture Project" includes 30,000 online artifacts from over 180 institutions

The Svalbard Global Seed Vault. A new vault will protect the world's books, archives and documents on long-lasting film

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A Second Doomsday Vault—This One to to Preserve Data—Is Opening in Svalbard

Known as the Arctic World Archive, it will store copies of books, archives and documents on special film

The Next Rembrandt 2

Has the Incredible Accuracy of Art Reproduction Ruined the Way We Experience Masterpieces?

Precise digital replicas allow more people to own and view great works of art, minus their soul

Portraits of Infamy by Roger Shimomura, 2016

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The Public Puts Great Trust in Museums, and Now It’s Time Museums Trust the Public

A new exhibition, curated by the community, debuts this weekend at the Smithsonian

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This Twitter Account Turns Emojis Into Gallery Art

Tiny pictures, high art?

Virtual reality headsets at the 2015 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam allow visitors to view digital reconstructions of artifacts destroyed by ISIS.

The Heroic Effort to Digitally Reconstruct Lost Monuments

Scholars create a virtual archive of antiquities destroyed by extremists in Syria and Iraq

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Quentin Tarantino And Judd Apatow Agree: Kodak Film Can't Disappear—They Need It

Some of Hollywood's most famous directors are pressing studios to buy Kodak film—before it's too late

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