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+ - The Geek Art Movement->

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An anonymous reader writes "Is your work space drab? Do you want art to reflect your geek? Then you might like an art movement that has been gaining popularity over the past few decades. This is movement is 'Geek Art' where artists take inspiration from all things tech and geek. The art works range from 'Hello, world!' in 23 programming languages to collages of Old Atair games to more contemporary pieces like modern apps as Famicon software. It's sites like Redbubble and Society 6 which are enabled the independent artist to get their work out there while sites such as 20x200 take a more curated approach. 8bit retro is the new Mona Lisa!"
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The Geek Art Movement

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