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In a future where new technology reigns and physical products become luxuries, the role of craftsmanship and traditional craft techniques begs an important question: will they survive? Can they evolve, rather than be relegated to museum artifacts of the past?

Meet Matthieu Martin, a Paris-based digital artist who creates stunning dark tech visual that’s gone viral on social channels. In this interview, he shares his thoughts on the future of art evolving - including why he thinks some artists starting

Face filter artists are making waves, using the screens of smartphones as their canvas. They are creators establishing their own names and building their own audiences, much like traditional fine artists. Explore the mind of German AR artist Adrian Steckeweh

Shoes from the future, with a detour through the 90's. This is how the American next gen sneaker brand shoes 53045 describe themselves. Fronted by Balenciaga's Triple-S co-designer David Tourniaire and fashiontech exec Aurelia Ammour, the brand takes inspiration from

What if you could send in a straightforward drawing and receive a 3D model of it in return? Kaedim does just this. And the biggest names in technology are following suit with similar 2D to 3D solutions. Meet Konstantina Psoma,

American footwear designer Joey Khamis re-invents how footwear is made by using VR as a part of his design process. Using simple hand interaction to model his creations, he manifests VR certainly isn’t only about digital entertainment. Now he’s launching

Many 3D studios already qualify as digital fashion ones. At least if you look the creative briefs of Already Been Chewed - a Texan studio that’s landed collaborations with brands such as Nike, Vans and Louis Vuitton with spectacular output.

As a trained 3D artist, he began experimenting with a variety of AI tools, providing personality and a story to characters that are technically 2 dimensional but appear to be animated in 3D. Each AI application is used to the

With technology adaption subgenres from gaming and internet culture are making a mark on the contemporary fashion scene. Argentinian GIF art megastar and Art Director Gustavo Torres aka Kidmograph has since the beginning of the 2000s developed a singular visual

“What worked last week, might not work this week”. With great success, Spanish 3D studio Pleid St. catapulted themselves into the crypto art market with their punk futuristic fashion brand Neo Dlx. But it’s a highly unpredictable market moving at