Beyond the Frame: Lucky Star on the Impact of Digital Art


One of the most revolutionary aspects of digital and AI art is its ability to democratize the creative process. These technologies are breaking down barriers that once made art creation exclusive to those with years of physical training and skill development. Now, the focus shifts towards the power of ideation and creativity, free from the constraints of physical limitations. This advancement is particularly impactful in combating ableism, offering individuals with physical challenges a platform to express their artistic vision fully using their minds.

However, the advent of digital and AI art does not signal the end for traditional art forms. On the contrary, I believe that traditional art will always occupy a unique and revered space in the realms of fine and modern art. The tactile experience of hand-crafted art, the human touch, and the intimate connection between artist and medium are irreplaceable aspects that technology cannot replicate. Traditional art forms celebrate the essence of humanity—our ability to create with our hands and hearts.

Thus, rather than viewing digital and AI art as threats to traditional art, we should see them as complementary forces. Together, they expand the spectrum of artistic expression, allowing for a richer, more diverse art world where every artist has a voice, regardless of the medium they choose. As we move forward, the coexistence of digital, AI, and traditional art forms will continue to enrich our cultural landscape, highlighting the boundless potential of human creativity, both with and without the aid of advanced technology.

Back to blog