Art Digital Magazine (AD MAG) is on a long-term hiatus. AD MAG was published from 2010 to 2016, and during that time it amassed the largest collection of feature length interviews and articles with digital artist and art administrators in the world. In time, AD MAG will return, but for now the domain redirects to Digital Art News (DAN).

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

The rise of Indonesian digital art

Indonesian digital art is breaking new boundaries, taking on policy issues and working with communities for a better future. Since the 1990s, Indonesian contemporary art has overcome various politico-economic obstacles and experienced a few impressive booms to earn a secure position in the global art market.  Read more.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

New Painting Collection Stands Up for the Value of Digital Art

We live in a time of artistic plenty. At any moment, anyone with an internet connection can simply type a few words into their browser and have immediate and free access to history’s most famous paintings, music, and theater. Even lesser-known works are often available to view as photographs on the personal websites of the artists who made them. This is easy to take for granted, but it is important to remember that seeing a work of art used to require either purchasing it for oneself, visiting it in person, or at the very least ...read more.

Monday, April 18, 2016

Northern Arizona University Art Museum Explores the Beauty of Digital Art

While 3D printing and other forms of digital manufacturing are frequently described as the center of the next industrial revolution, the technology is also changing the shape of a very different field – perhaps more quietly and slowly, but just as surely. While painting, drawing and traditional sculpture will never disappear from the art world, an entirely new niche is unfolding – that of digital design and creation.  Read more.

Monday, April 4, 2016

Step Into A Playfully Disorienting Pastel Digital Art World

The bright colors in Blake Kathryn’s digital artworks draw you in first. The saturated colors make each piece feel futuristic— as if every work is a message sent from some other time  or a parallel universe.

“By no means did the palette I work with become intentional,” Kathryn tells...read more.