Art Brower is an application which connects artists and the art audience online on the basis of digital and creative enterprises. Art lovers now easily browse through thousands of artworks to find their best matches. It allows artists to promote their works to a wider audience on the purposes of informing, educating and selling. The users create their profiles, specifying their particular interests in Art and the app will help bringing to them various art works from different ranges that might meet their taste and preferences. On the screen, there will be thumbs-up and thumbs-down icons on the bottom sides with the name of the artwork in between and a piece of art is displayed widely on top. If interested, drag the image towards the right to the like icon, otherwise dislike it by simply sliding it to bottom left. The app will then save all the works you are interested in to a folder that you can look further into after finish browsing.
Besides, people can always find out which art events are held around where they are by using the search engine available on the app. For example, if you type in London, Art Browser will show you what exhibitions or galleries will be opened and where they are with of course the name of artists, the event theme and surely entrance ticket prices. The app lists events basing on popularity and displays them on a timeline.
Not just the audience who is able to create profile, so are the artists. They put their representative self-image (avatar) with a cover photo being one of their artworks and other details such as the origins of works, the materials that are mainly used and probably the stories behind artworks all together on their page. Other artworks and exhibitions of theirs are also linked to further down the page. On that profile, there are also ‘follow’ button to hit so notifications would be sent directly to the users.
Art Browser is therefore a Tinder app for the art agencies: the world, artists, artworks and audience. It brings to art lovers a new way of finding and buying art without being judged on taste and style. This will then establish a whole new art era.