Digital art is art and media that is made by using digital technology.
In simple terms, digital art can be defined as anything crafted or viewed with digital means. Digital art has been around since the 1960s.
With the advent of computers and multimedia technology, artists began incorporating new forms of media into their craft to make digital installations, video art, graphic imagery, digital photography and so forth. However, recently the concept of non-fungible tokens
has even further elevated what digital art can be by assigning more concrete intellectual property rights via cryptographic keys. NFTs, which typically use the Ethereum blockchain
network, have made digital art far more valuable and desirable than ever before. Cryptocurrency
users have developed entire digital art marketplaces to auction off pieces of art, media and other digital memorabilia.