How Has Technology Changed Art?

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With the use of technology, a new form of artist has emerged changing how some view art and how some express their artistic ability. Graphic designers are able to create images through many types of programs that just can't be done on a piece of paper. The 3D art is more detailed, the creativity is endless and often times flawless because of the computer helping generate the art. This type of art is sought out more frequently and people will pay upwards of thousands of dollars to have custom made graphic designs made for them, their businesses and their websites.
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