No yardstick

Left picture: Flower exhibit no.2 Size: 3,620 x 5,120 pixels, MB 1.9, suitable for printing up to 70 x 100 cm. € 1.150.-

Middle picture: Flower exhibit no.8 Size: 3,620 x 3,120 pixels MB 5.8 suitable for printing up to 100 x 70cm € 1,150.-

Right picture: Flower exhibit No. 12 Size: 3,620 x 5,120 pixels MB 1.8 suitable for printing up to 70 x 100 cm € 1,150.-

All files are supplied with a certificate, the artist's vita and press / exhibition clippings.

Digital art, or digital art, which is often used synonymously with computer art, are collective terms in common parlance for art that is digitally created with the computer. In a narrower sense, it is art that has only become possible through the specific properties of digital media, for example the ability to count all information, its separability from a certain data carrier or the use of algorithms. - It wasn't until the 1990s that the term digital art became common.