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8 Awesome Art Digital Signage Examples

Written by
Pavlo Fedykovych
Published on
April 22, 2023
May 29, 2024

Since the inception of signage technology, it has maintained a strong and inspired relationship with the art world. Digital signage can be art, art can use the capabilities of the screens to become more powerful, and the display may enable art. We’ve seen many fantastic applications of technology in the creative realm. There are standalone digital art pieces, outdoor installations, immersive experiences, and whole museums. Let’s review the best art digital signage examples.

1. Van Gogh Exhibit: The Immersive Experience

Why: this is probably one of the most famous art digital signage examples and it has taken the world by storm in recent years.

What’s the secret to success? Take a world-famous painter and turn his creations into the stunning immersive experience with the help of screens, projections, and VR. The result is a digital signage art you simply can’t stop admiring.

The project has been touring the world since 2017 and doesn’t show any signs of stopping.

2. Klimt: The Immersive Experience

Why: a spiritual successor of the Van Gogh Immersive Experience, this digital signage art show takes the same concept and highlights the works of the celebrated Austrian symbolist Gustav Klimt. You may get inside The Kiss painting with the help of technology. As far as art digital signage examples go, this one is characterized by flawless execution and great devotion to the topic.

3. ‘Arte Museum’ by d’strict

Why: d’strict is a South Korean digital art collective that is constantly pushing the boundaries of what digital signage art can be. Their Arte Museum is the epitome of what the new visual technology is capable of. It’s absolutely mesmerizing.

The visitors are taken on a sensory journey through the differently themed halls named FLOWER, GARDEN, BEACH, WATERFALL, WORMHOLE, STAR, WAVE, NIGHT SAFARI, MOON, JUNGLE. Each has a distinct personality and a visual show that unfolds in front of your eyes.

4. Public Media Art "WAVE"

Why: a gigantic wave hovering over Downtown Seoul? Here’s one of the best outdoor art digital signage projects of recent years. Created by d’strict, it is guaranteed to impress the onlookers and comes with soothing and contemplative sounds. A million views on YouTube and a plethora of philosophical comments prove that the art project worked.

5. Circle of Life / Breathtaking Immersive Experience of Nature and Light

Why: we love the Circle of Life. It uses the visual capabilities of video walls to full force while crafting a magnificent immersive show. The idea behind the project was to depict the energy of nature through digital means.

The visitors could feel the circular character of changes by stepping into the whirlwind of sensory experiences. The rounded shape facilitated full immersion and the sound enhanced the feelings of detachment from the real world.

6. Super Blue

Why: the future of art museums is digital. Miami’s Super Blue is an amazing representative of this movement. It’s an immersive space with numerous visual experiences that is on a mission to spark conversation, provide digital artists with high-tech canvases, and constantly impress visitors. Digital signage here is like a canvas, the screens actually create the experience, and the screens in many cases are the experience. Light, sound, and touch are also used to make it all even more immersive.

7. Houston’s Seismique Immersive Museum

Why: Seismique is unlike any other museum you’ve been to. From day one, it was created as a digital-first institution with a great emphasis on the immersive. And digital signage is a forming part here, the enabler of all the border-expanding ideas of the next-gen artists.

The space measures a whopping 40,000 square feet and is filled with various installations, themed halls and creative exhibitions that are everything but boring. It’s a full-fledged museum so you’ve got a colorful events schedule and rolling exhibitions.

8. teamLab Planets TOKYO

Why: Tokyo has always had a reputation for its futuristic looks but with teamLab, it has outdone itself. This art space is absolutely irresistible. With the latest digital signage technology and lots of artistic talent, it immediately takes your breath away.

A favorite place for Instagrammers and a thrilling spot for all digital art lovers, it’s definitely among the must-visits of Japan’s capital and a superb example of digital signage art done right. Just take a look at their previous exhibitions and get hooked on this content for hours. 

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