This is a pretty cool concept from design agency Tha Ltd. They have developed Framed* a ‘platform for new art forms’ which lets you display digital art including interactive art, web applications, motion graphics and illustrations on giant screens.
Framed* consists of an iPhone app that links to a 40 inch Samsung LED display, allowing digital works of art to be displayed, you can even manipulate content using a virtual touchpad. The app controls the display, allowing you to select from a range of artworks in the Framed* store which artists can upload their work to.
This project is a collaboration between Yugo Nakamura of Tha Ltd, Yoshihiro Saitoh, interior designer and founder of A-Study Co., Ltd., and Om, Inc., a design and engineering team based in Taipei.
Framed* isn’t widely available yet and we don’t have any details on pricing (we’re expecting this to be a little on the pricey side) but you can keep an eye on the latest news and releases on Twitter @Framed_official and on Facebook.
I love the idea of art and digital technology joining forces to create something simple yet innovative. Could this change the way we approach art work displayed in our everyday interior spaces?