Thanks to Nettie Edwards (@Lumilyon) to pointing us in the direction of this great article from The Guardian. It’s very appliable to our readership and focuses on digital art dealer – s[edition]. As The Guardian points out, ‘it is an online platform and marketplace for affordable limited edition digital artworks. You can log in and buy one of 2,000 editions of Damien Hirst’s diamond-studded baby skull For Heaven’s Sake (the higher end of the affordable scale at £500) or an Emin Neon for the cost of a night out: just £50, a fraction of the usual £30,000 guide price for an original.
There are works by Yoko Ono, Shepard Fairey and fashion designer Mary Katrantzou. The cheapest works come in at £5, while a 100-strong edition artwork by Elmgreen & Dragset tops the list at a grand. Each piece is delivered into your virtual online vault, along with an artist-signed certificate of authenticity (crucially, to ensure you can sell on your pieces when and if their stock rises) – then simply download and access your works on any of modern tech’s usual suspects: smartphone, tablet, laptop, PC or connected TV’.
Head over here, to read the article in full and also note that S[edition] is opening up the site to new and emerging artists – get in touch with the team if you’re interested or follow them on Twitter @seditionart