Graphic design, photoshop, 3D software, and AR visualization, there are multiple ways nowadays to create an image, modify it and share it to the public. Our fast-moving digital society has considerably changed the way people experience with graphics and revolutionize the Art of creating! From coal and brushes to these new tech tools, contemporary artists handle perfectly the new technology to offer us Art 2.0.
David Hockney is a good example of an artist who fully embraced the transition and was able to keep expressing his creativity using modern tools. Indeed, this artist of 76 years-old famous for his oil painting, has now regained fame using his iPad as a primary tool of creativity. On his website, you can see that he now dedicates a full part of his work to digital Art only, directly created from iPhone, iPad, and computer!
But technology also allows artists to leave the two-dimensional Art to explore the 3D possibilities. This has been of course facilitated by the democratization of 3D printing technology.
For example, this artist Eyal Gever who creates imaginative digital environments on his computer, before translating these environments into physical space through 3D printing.
If some are concerned by the fact that Art created through technology is not "authentic" anymore, I think that technology is an incredible tool that allowed many new artists to express themselves and share their talent.