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Invest in the world’s most valuable paintings.

Masterworks.io is the first art investment platform that lets you to invest in iconic, multi-million dollar artwork. Buy, sell and trade shares. Masterworks current offerings include the $2m Andy Warhol and $7m Claude Monet. You can purchase shares from $20.

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Techweek
On June 20, the NY-based startup, Masterworks, acquired Claude Monet's Coup de Vent at a Christie's auction from the private collection of Tokyo's Galaxy Enterprises Ltd. Going beyond admiring the impressionist master's windswept brushstrokes, the startup plans to allow people to buy and sell shares in the painting for as little as $20.
WSJ
As a series of art auctions wraps up, collectors are skipping the most expensive paintings in favor of lower-priced work.
VentureBeat
Exclusive As recently as this week, the art world has been finding new ways to leverage technology and using new modes of commerce - such as blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies - to make itself relevant to more than just those classed as high-net-worth individuals (HNWI). Today is no exception.
Forbes
Investing in fine art has generally been the provenance of the very wealthy. Only they can afford the lofty prices that masterpieces and iconic works of contemporary art command. One company is looking to change all this using blockchain technology.
CNN Style
Written by Oscar Holland, CNN An original Andy Warhol would normally be out of reach for someone like 29-year-old Cheryl Ellzysmith, a studio artist from Philadelphia. But with just $200 and a new blockchain-based investment platform, she is now on course to own one of the pop icon's famous images of Marilyn Monroe -- or approximately 0.01% of it, at least.
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Pandora for fine art (iOS and web)

Artsy is the online resource for art collecting and education. Discover, learn about, and buy art you'll love.

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Karel Lindner
Karel Lindner
Probably the best place to buy real art online. There are the most famous galleries offering their master pieces from drafts of Picasso, Andy Warhol up to artists unknown to me. It is by far the best (and to my knowledge only app) to buy and invest in real art, if you do not want to go to auctions (online or at Sothebys or Christies. Btw, the app was founded… See more
Jonathan Chang
Jonathan Chang
Great online resource to learn about and buy art. (Buy here: https://www.artsy.net/collect)
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Discover street art photos found with ML from 170+ countries

Find street art from 5,900 cities in 172 countries.
Public Art is the largest collection of street art images, updated daily. By gathering photos from around the internet and using machine learning models to identify street art, Public Art aims to digitally preserve murals around the world.

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Pioneer
We're building a community of creative young people working on interesting projects around the globe.
Medium
I've been working on this project on my own, but it has a lot of technical moving parts. I will explain how all of the moving parts work and what I'm planning to do in the near future. By the end of this article, I hope you have the awareness of recreating the same behavior for your own project.
Laughing Squid
Public Art is a mobile app created by New York City-based web developer Leonard Bogdonoff that helps users locate and get information about nearby street
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Sell signed, limited edition fine art with a single post

8x10 is a Pro-Artist Platform to Sell Signed, Limited Edition Fine Art with a Single Post

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swissmiss
8×10.co is a new, easy and intuitive way for artists to sell high quality, limited edition art prints, by simply posting to Instagram. No need to set up a separate online store. I am friends with the founders and was able to see sample prints: They are *impressive*!
Digital Trends
Want your Instagrams to live in more than just pixels, but don't want to tackle the task of actually printing them? 8x10 is a new app that allows Instagrammers to sell their work as fine art prints without dealing with the sales, printing, and shipping. With the app, artists create signed, limited edition print runs.
PetaPixel
Have a large Instagram following that loves your photography? 8x10 is a new app that was made to help you easily earn money by selling your fans framed limited-edition fine-art prints of your work. Sales are launched through a single Instagram post.
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Pop art images by London based artist Nyanza D

A London born and raised visual artist, Nyanza uses vintage pop art conventions to explore modern women as everyday muses in her very popular ‘Monchi’ series.

Her work has been featured on EBONY Magazine, The Huffington Post, Afropunk and more.

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Hum your favourite songs for others to guess

People always hum songs when they are happy 😺. So why not share this happiness with other people and have more fun in the process? Hum songs and send them to others to guess the song name 🎙. You can also guess what others are humming to earn points and climb the leader-board. Come on board and let's create a community of happy humming people 🙌

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Ycombinator
Show HN: Launched my first app where people hum songs for others to guess
Medium
It was close to 10pm in Edinburgh, UK, I was resting in my bed typing away on my laptop. Just a few days before I launched my first app called Hummi.nz that I developed for myself as part of a...
Medium
Yeah, one app, one week, no procrastination, no perfectionism, just launch something and see how it goes. Don't go into the developer mindset of regurgitating features that maybe people will not even want. Just the essential, and get to work, fast.
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Connecting all museums, art, and people

DeFrame is the first universal app/platform for Art Galleries and Museums.

DeFrame provides Art Museums a platform via a Software as a Service model, where they can gather analytics including the path people take in their galleries, generating a heat map of the visitor interactions.

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TrendHunter.com
deframe - 'Deframe' is an app that helps improve the museum experience for visitors in both the short and long term. The app gives people an easy...
The Buzz
One day while at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, Victor Velazquez listened to his aunt, a professional visual artist, go on and on about her passion and how it inspires her. As someone who enjoys art but is not obsessed, pretty soon, he didn't want to hear another word.
MuseumNext
By JIM RICHARDSON While plenty of innovation happens in museums and galleries, there is also an incredible ecosystem of innovative startups working alongside the cultural sector. These startups are disrupting museums with a myriad of magnificent resources specifically for the museum, from augmented reality to digital tracking.
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Shazam for record covers, instantly open in Spotify

A Rube Goldberg Machine combining the Google Cloud Vision API and the Spotify API to identify record covers and open the best guess in spotify.

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Medium
Earlier this year I wanted to explore the new async/ await functionality in Javascript so I started playing around with a project on Glitch ( glitch.com) that would call one API after another, then generate new API call options from each cycle.
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