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About the Art Report

The Art Trend Report features a variety of developments in the modern art world, from the latest posters used in up-and-coming ad campaigns, to emerging patterns in painting and pop art. From our crowd-sourced research, users will gain valuable insight on how art gallery paintings, types of photography, graffiti and deviant art forms are used to capture consumer attention.

Who It's For

This report is for both artists and marketers alike seeking inspiration.

Whether it is for building an effective ad campaign or looking for unique ways to curate the latest exhibit, the Art Trend Report will spark creativity on your team.

The Art Trend Report, last published on Apr 23, 2015, includes 800 PRO Trends and 4,000 examples of art market research and art consumer trends related to: modern art, posters, painting, pop art, photography and art trends.

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Our art research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced art articles and 2,342,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 800 Art PRO Trends = 800 Powerpoint Pages Art PPT Report
• 4,000 Art Examples

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• 560 Art Videos (Online) Art Videos
• 24,000 Art Images (Online) Art Images
• Additional Niche Reports (with a full subscription): Art Deco, Art, Bed, Museum, Contemporary Art, Storage, Fantasy, Lighting, Mirror, Tattoos, Paint, Street Art, Photo Editing, Business Card, Sculpture, Sofa, Paper, Chair, Restaurant, Flowers, Bath, Dining, Digital Art, Lamp, Graffiti, Bookshelf, Lawn Furniture, Jack-O-Lantern, Candle, Sink and more!



Sample Art Pro Trends

Each Art PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online art articles, videos and images. Examples:

Motion Branding Consumers are responding to fashion marketing that highlights products in motion Implications - In an effort to keep from becoming static, many fashion retailers are placing a greater emphasis on movement when it comes to fashion branding. In a day and age where the sedentary lifestyle is crucified, brands with an action-oriented aesthetic -- whether it be advertisements, packaging or products -- develop a strong appeal among wellness-focused consumers.
Motion Branding
Consumers are responding to fashion marketing that highlights products in motion
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Cultured Caffeine Coffee flavors turn to exotic cultural ingredients for diversity Implications - Adding an element of novelty to hot beverages, coffee retailers are turning to exotic cultural ingredients for allure. Adding spices and vegetables often associated with Asian cultures, retailers are looking to not only heighten flavor, but also transform traditional beverage experiences into a more exotic and experiential activity.
Cultured Caffeine
Coffee flavors turn to exotic cultural ingredients for diversity
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Prehistoric Aesthetic Brands adopt designs reminiscent of dinosaurs to satiate primordial interest Implications - No longer just of interest to those who study paleontology, references to dinosaurs and archaic animals are emerging within mainstream culture to satiate obscure interests. Integrating prehistoric references into fashion labels and even interior decor, brands are using primordial designs to not only add a sense of novelty, but also to showcase an element of fearlessness and strength often associated with animals that roamed the earth thousands of years ago.
Prehistoric Aesthetic
Brands adopt designs reminiscent of dinosaurs to satiate primordial interest
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Macabre Animalism Critters in design are taken from cutesy to dark for added sophistication Implications - The use of animals in design used to signify a cutesy, meme-friendly tone. In today's society, where consumers are more concerned with individualism than pleasantries, this has shifted toward a darker tone. The use of animalism in a more macabre context questions the concept of humanity, providing what consumers crave: more meaningful experiences.
Macabre Animalism
Critters in design are taken from cutesy to dark for added sophistication
11 Examples + Score + Implications


Automated Service Traditionally time-consuming services are revamped as convenient kiosks Implications - As a priority for customization in retail continues to dominate, a desire for heightened convenience has typically time-consuming services receiving a mobile redesign. Eliminating the need for a skilled representative, retailers are making things like getting a manicure or customizing drinks more efficient through compact, automated kiosks. This allows consumers to receive the same level of customization in a more flexible and efficient way.
Automated Service
Traditionally time-consuming services are revamped as convenient kiosks
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Generation Celebration Boomers look for generation-specific forms of amusement Implications - Many aging consumers have begun actively searching for forms of entertainment that speak to the boomer experience. Much of the entertainment industry is catering to a younger demographic, leading several boomers to produce generational exhibits, festivals and performances. The rise in boomer-specific entertainment indicates that consumers feel a sense of community when it comes to their generation.
Generation Celebration
Boomers look for generation-specific forms of amusement
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Mascot Adapation Keeping consistency, yet remaining current means evolving brand representatives Implications - For decades, mascots have proven an effective way to establish brand presence; however, this idea may be dated for consumers seeking a more personable, customized connection from brands. Battling this means adapting mascots to mimic the times. This provides both novelty, and a topical connection.
Mascot Adapation
Keeping consistency, yet remaining current means evolving brand representatives
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Crowdlending Creativity Crowdfunding is overtaken by niche artistic endeavors Implications - Crowdfunding is growing in popularity for many reasons, one being that it allows those who may not otherwise get funding to invent and create. The openness of crowdlending has attracted many looking to launch niche artistic endeavors. This shows the versatility of crowdfunding, which previously was seen as something specific to the business-focused entrepreneurial crowd.
Crowdlending Creativity
Crowdfunding is overtaken by niche artistic endeavors
5 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 794 more Art PRO Trends and 4,000 examples!



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