Four Ways to Grow Your Digital Art Collection

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Four Ways to Grow Your Digital Art Collection

Digital art is central to the new revolution in the art world. Online marketplaces are popping up every day, offering opportunities to art collectors to purchase and sell their digital art collections. Discovering and sharing digital art has been made even more accessible than before, thanks to the emerging digital channels.

Whether you’re selling a digital art like a photo-painting, getting it noticed will validate what you are doing and increase your revenue. This is more crucial if you deal with digital art NFT, which enjoys a finite supply and demonstrable rarity. Collecting and growing an art collection may take an incredible amount of work and strategy to implement.

How to Collect Digital art Properly
The market for growing digital art collections has grown steadily in recent years but is still a mismatch to trading with traditional art forms. So, is it worth collecting digital art at all? And subsequently, can you create and grow your digital art collection?

Compared to traditional art forms, digital art can be availed unlimitedly. This makes it much less vulnerable to forgery and subsequently of more value. Besides, digital art can be both affordable and expensive, meaning you can start a digital art collection under any budget.

But before you start collecting digital art, you should keep a few things in mind. Here are four ways you can employ to grow your digital art collection properly and benefit from its high value.

1. Focus on Authenticity
Since digital art is subject to multiple reproductions, it can be easily counterfeited. Many artists on the web only focus on copying art and using the same technology to recreate the artwork for financial gain. For instance, you can download GIFs and multiply them to infinity without anyone noticing. You won't distinguish between a forged piece and the original artwork in most cases.

Authenticity confirmation is key when embarking on a digital art collection. It's the only way to grow your digital art collection, proving you're the real owner of the artwork. If possible, get a certificate of authenticity directly from the artist or the gallery and ensure it’s not forged. Any digital art that doesn't have a certificate of authenticity will be impossible to resell.

2. Consider the Number of Editions
Even as the question of authenticity arises in digital art collections, the number of times a digital art has been reproduced is also key to maintaining its true originality. Digitally art can be reproduced a million times without losing value or quality. However, if you want to grow a digital collection that's more exclusive, consider artwork with limited editions or even a single copy of an artwork.

This will help when reselling the artwork considering the art size of the edition greatly determines its price. You don't want to grow your digital art collection with artwork that won't fetch you a return for your investment. So, before you start looking around for digital art to add to your collection, find out the number of editions available on the market.

3. Acknowledge Digital Art Takes time to Grow
You won't grow your digital art collection instantly from nothing to something. Going through different artwork and establishing which one is authentic enough to add to your collection will take your time. The same applies when it’s finally time to sell your art. Many digital artworks require time to appreciate and attract the right value.

If you build a digital art of GIFs and video works, you'll need time to go through and establish their value. While this is highly inconvenient, studying digital art multiple times before purchasing is crucial in the long run. It's the only way to determine how you will feel about it in the future and if you're willing enough to watch it appreciate over time.

4. Consider the Digital Art’s Technical Requirements
Most digital artworks are created to allow easy exhibition on mobile screens, tablets, and TVs. These are the common artworks you'll easily find online on several digital art websites. But some digital art pieces are a lot more demanding and may require high-resolution screens during exhibitions.

When growing your digital art collection, you may want to factor this in mind knowing that high-resolution screens are expensive. So, inquire about the technical equipment to exhibit the art before adding it to your collection.

Good digital art exhibiting equipment can be all the difference you need to make your art collection stand out. Besides, it's the only difference between enjoying every refined detail of the art and the blurs.

Digital art is nothing new in today's fast-paced world. Most people have become accustomed to depositing thoughts and ideas into the digital space in the form of art. The unlimited possibilities and easy access to this art make it increasingly desirable to collect and trade it as Non-fungible Tokens (NFTS)—Only if done properly.

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