Top Hardware for Art Stream Videos

If you are buying a new TV, perhaps one of the High Dynamic Range-enabled (HDR) TVs from Samsung or a 4K OLED TV from LG, you are probably looking forward to quenching that video thirst you experienced at Best Buy or Costco when you were first awed by their gorgeous video clips and extremely vivid imagery. […]

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Online Art Galleries vs. Art Stream Videos

What is the difference? Art Stream Videos is not an online art gallery. That is, we are not an art e-commerce platform offering extensive print on demand (POD) services. There are approximately 2 dozen new and well-established services like this, including Elephant Stock, Artsy, and Saachi that sell canvas prints in multiple sizes, framed or […]

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How it Works

As an art professional, you know your art needs to be seen to be sold. No one will buy art unless they know about it. Although you may have one or more social media accounts, you probably don’t have tens of thousands of followers… Our art streaming platform provides you with an art channel that […]

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Streaming Works of Art with Art Stream Videos

Art Stream Videos partnered with Roku for streaming art on TVs. With well over 50 million Rokus running, you have a huge installed base to market your works. Plus, Rokus are built into most new smart TVs. With higher bandwidth connections coming, such as Tesla’s Starlink and 5G, we expect our Art Stream Videos Roku […]

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Why Art Stream Videos?

Art Stream Videos provides art galleries with high value, cost-effective art advertising, while reaching more potential buyers than any other type of art advertising. We do this by using an exceptionally fast-growing platform on Roku to display videos of your art, not static images. And we provide you with detailed metrics to keep track of […]

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Why We Create Videos of your Works
Motion attracts

Movement attracts the human eye far more than static images. This gives a viewer far better visual engagement, so more art lovers and collectors see your works. Humans are innately attracted to movement versus static imagery. The flight of a bird, a sudden movement, the flow of water ─ all serve to focus our attention […]

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