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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 Oct 16, 2014, includes 746 PRO Trends and 3,730 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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Methodology

Our art research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced art articles and 2,107,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 746 Art PRO Trends = 746 Powerpoint Pages Art PPT Report
• 3,730 Art Examples

Online Extras With Full Subscription

• 522 Art Videos (Online) Art Videos
• 22,380 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:

Modernized Tradition Rituals associated with holidays are blended with pop culture and beyond Implications - The rigid formalities of holidays like Christmas are becoming less applicable to young generations who are more involved in pop culture than ever. As brands and consumers perceive rituals to be more reflective of the times, the market for seasonal goods is expanded to be informal and approachable.
Modernized Tradition
Rituals associated with holidays are blended with pop culture and beyond
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Keepsake Branding Brands leave an impression by creating packaging that's meant to be kept Implications - Unlike eco-focused packaging that focuses on minimal or biodegradable material, elaborate packaging that's meant to be kept or collected is being adopted by brands looking to leave an impression on consumers. This shift helps ensure that brands are remembered long after a product has been used or consumed by becoming a part of the home.
Keepsake Branding
Brands leave an impression by creating packaging that's meant to be kept
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Experiential Projection Seeking to engage consumers, brands project 3D simulations for appeal Implications - Adding experiential allure to ordinary product unveilings and marketing approaches, brands are turning to 3D projections and visual simulations to engage consumer senses. Allowing consumers to feel as if they're apart of the brand experience, these projection tools allow representatives to convey their message in a more visual and immersive manner. This suggests a shift in consumer involvement away from mere spectator.
Experiential Projection
Seeking to engage consumers, brands project 3D simulations for appeal
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Multisensory Marketing A desire to connect with consumers has brands targeting different senses Implications - Seeking to interact with consumers on a deeper level, brands are turning to campaigns that target different senses. Integrating features like touch and smell into their advertisements, brands are using dynamic campaigns to encourage user participation, reflecting a desire for marketing tactics that go above and beyond aesthetic interest.
Multisensory Marketing
A desire to connect with consumers has brands targeting different senses
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Accessory Play Seeking a childhood connection, consumers turn to toy-inspired accessories Implications - Seeking to maintain a childhood link, consumers are turning to products that fuse youthful elements with more mature, adult accessories. Transforming iconic toys and playthings into everyday jewelry pieces, brands are using elements of play to add nostalgia and familiarity to their products, allowing consumers to savor childhood activities in a more refined, adult manner.
Accessory Play
Seeking a childhood connection, consumers turn to toy-inspired accessories
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Cultured Play Toys go from kitschy to sophisticated to create cultured kids Implications - Being born in the digital age grants today's adults the ability to think deeply about personal branding; a gift passed onto their children. This ushers in an age where a child's identity is as important to Millennial parents as their health, prompting the release of culture-centric toys for early play.
Cultured Play
Toys go from kitschy to sophisticated to create cultured kids
9 Examples + Score + Implications


Nail Refinement Seeking a professional aesthetic, consumers turn to custom nail kits and tools Implications - While DIY manicures are certainly not a new phenomenon, consumers are taking it one step further by using kits and professional products to create a more refined end result. Seeking to emulate what you would receive at high-end salons, consumers are replicating skill sets and techniques traditionally acquired through training, providing sophisticated aesthetics through more accessible, at-home means.
Nail Refinement
Seeking a professional aesthetic, consumers turn to custom nail kits and tools
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Food-Free Vending Vending machines move beyond food to provide more creative services Implications - Offering instantaneous access to more than mere snacks and meals, retailers are integrating unusual products into vending machines for unexpected allure. Providing access to a wide variety of function-focused products, retailers are using automated machines to enhance consumer accessibility, speaking to a rise in more streamlined marketing approaches.
Food-Free Vending
Vending machines move beyond food to provide more creative services
4 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 740 more Art PRO Trends and 3,730 examples!



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