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Digital Fine Artist Ed Myers

Digital fine Artist Ed Myers represents the rapid changes mankind faces due to the creation of technology, from the Industrial Revolution to today’s Digital Age. We created these technologies to help us ease manufacturing, calculation, communication, and even for the purposes of entertainment. The feelings behind these changes due to technology range from resistance to love affairs to dependency. These emotions are part of our lives today, and aren’t going away any time soon Digital Fine Artist Ed Myers

Since 2010, Ed has traveled exhibiting his digital and mixed media art at some of the top shows in the nation. See his most current show schedule here.

Tin Lizzie

Henry Ford Art – by Ed Myers The Model T, also known as “Tin Lizzie” changed the way Americans live, work and play. Here you see young Henry Ford Art, visualizing the future through one of his head lamps. In...
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Patent Pending

For inquiries about the mixed media original for this Thomas Edison Artwork, please call 407-221-7732. Tech it out: Thomas Edison Artwork We were conditioned to think of Thomas Edison when speaking of the light bulb. But in reality, the light bulb was invented...
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Fact or Fiction?

The facts, fiction and rumors are somewhat cloudy when it comes to trying to determine what’s true and not true about the first electric lamps. These fabricated books titled “Wizard of Menlo”, “Patenting Newspapers and Candy” and  “American Ingenuity, Patent Pending”...
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The Writing Ball

The typewriter was a writing machine that changed everything. It drastically improved communication, modernized cities and even opened doors to the pursuit of creating career equality. Women were entering the workforce at a perfect time, when our world faced rapid...
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The Writing Machine

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The typewriter was a writing machine that changed everything. It drastically improved communication, modernized cities and even opened doors to the pursuit of creating career equality. Women were entering the workforce at a perfect time, when our world faced rapid...
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When She Entered a Man’s World

This item only comes in a 16″x16″ framed limited edition. The typewriter was a writing machine that changed everything. One of the many things it changed, was the introduction of women into the workforce. A beginning to a workforce equality if you...
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The Silent Generation

What sparked social change? If you were born between 1925 and 1945, it was commonly understood that children should be seen and not heard. The introduction of a new technology such as the typewriter sparked inspiration and social change with...
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The App-aratus

Telecommunication The girl has dropped the telephone call and embraced a new device that can not only make phone calls, but can take photos, send messages and even find your way home if you get lost.  She is stepping off...
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Change Ahead

Think about how quickly we’ve left behind phone books, paper maps and telephone booths due to the development of the world wide web, satellites and ultimately, the smart phone. Collection  ...
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Monkey Business

A Technological Evolution is happening now… We get so caught up in technology that we forget to watch where we are going. The DNA strand on the bottom represents how technology is evolving the way we communicate, changing our daily...
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Digital Killed the Analog File

This item only comes in a 16″x16″ framed limited edition. One can argue that the Digital Age killed many things, some of which we are still trying to sort out today. But it’s not even a dispute that telecommunication companies were...
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Electro Magnetic Mind

Although the mixed media original for this Nikola Tesla Artwork is sold, I am working on another. Please call 407-221-7732 for inquiries. Tech it out: Nikola Tesla Artwork Thomas Edison usually gets credit for many advances in electricity, but in reality...
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Thoughts of the Future

Thomas Edison usually gets credit for many advances in electricity, but in reality there was a war of currents going on between Thomas Edison’s direct current (DC) and Nicola Tesla’s Alternating Current (AC).  Tesla not only played a huge role...
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Optical Delusion

This piece is about how we are quickly depending on and essentially, becoming digital.  The pixels on the left are slowly combining and clashing with the paint on the right to make the large face in the middle. The eye...
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Flight of Man

In just a little over a hundred years, man has gone from having his feet firmly placed on the ground to leaving the solar system.  The man with his arms outstretched, is created out of inspirational components to highly advanced...
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Aspire

Some people can remind you of many reasons to never give up.  Inspiration can be a magnificent source of energy.  The square at the top left represents a pixel and the circle at the bottom right, paint from a palette....
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United

The baby on the left represents the digital age artist by holding a Wacom Cintiq to create, while the traditional artist on the right holds a brush.  The digital artist is looking inward, while the traditional artist is looking away....
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