Campart worked with Affordable Art Fair to create outdoor galleries in spaces that are usually devoted to advertisements. In all, 500 pieces of artwork were showcased in place of ads, helping to support artists and independent galleries that have been impacted by the pandemic. Curated by Will Ramsay, founder of the Affordable Art Fair, Art Without Walls aims to inspire creativity and boost visibility.
Each piece is paired with a QR code so that people passing by can purchase pieces of art, and 100% of the proceeds are poured back into the art industry. Open for a limited time, the Art Without Walls collection website helps to highlight the UK's largest outdoor art gallery.
Campart & Affordable Art Fair Turned Ad Space into Outdoor Galleries
1. QR Code Galleries - The use of QR codes to connect physical art displays to online purchasing platforms has potential to disrupt the art industry by creating a new way for people to discover and acquire art.
2. Outdoor Art Displays - Creating outdoor galleries in unexpected places opens up new opportunities for artists and galleries to connect with audiences and generate sales.
3. Reimagining Ad Space - Repurposing advertising spaces for artistic displays opens up new revenue streams for both artists and landowners, paving the way for innovative partnerships and collaborations.
1. Art - The art industry can benefit from the integration of QR codes with art displays, new opportunities for outdoor galleries, and alternative revenue streams from repurposing ad spaces.
2. Advertising - New partnerships between landowners and artists/galleries can lead to the reimagining of advertising spaces, potentially disrupting traditional advertising models.
3. E-commerce - Incorporating QR codes into physical art displays presents opportunities to streamline the purchasing process and open up new markets for online art sales.