Marco Abei | May

Who knows if Leonardo da Vinci would have called himself a creator? Well one thing is for sure: it is not possible to copy and paste a physical work of art like the Mona Lisa (at least until today, but who knows what the future will hold). Obviously copies were made, reproduced quite well, but we are certain that the Louvre is showing the original work. In digital art, however, it is possible to create dozens of identical files starting from the original image. A substantial difference which makes physical art stand far from digital art, at least until the birth of NFTs.

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