The Art of Collecting

Active Image - The Marketplace For Unique Digital Art

Artist Lohner Carlson

Active Image is a marketplace and platform for digital art, bringing artists, museums, collectors and fans together. Exclusive digital content from global partnerships is secured by NFT and smart contract technology, to ensure provenance and digital rights management.

We are a Marketplace for Digital Art and Visual Content

Active Image provides a marketplace and community for the world’s leading digital artists, museums, collectors and fans. Buy, sell and subscribe to premier digital imagery from the world’s leading digital artists and collectors. 

The marketplace provides an entirely new and extended audience for content providers. The world’s digital artists and collectors come together to interact and transact.

Artist Lohner Carlson

Unique Digital Imagery secured by NFT and Recognition Technology

Our technology platform provides permanent value to digital assets. With Non-Fungible Token (NFT) smart contract technology, we leverage the blockchain to ensure a fundamental layer of uniqueness. 

Our recognition technology ensures convenient rights management of digital imagery across any device and verifies rights of use. It secures unique digital value with its dimensions of uniqueness technology.  Even deep fakes are uncovered.

Content partners may license the technology for their own unique digitals.

“We accelerate the transformation of the visual art experience by
delivering unique digital, trusted value.”

Artist Lohner Carlson

Artist Lohner Carlson

Artist Lohner Carlson

Artist Lohner Carlson

Artist Lohner Carlson

Latest News

13 november, 2021

Active Image shoots presentation film at DFF

Lights, Camera, Action: The German Film Museum in Frankfurt was the perfect location for a 20-minute company presentation by Active Image. AI’s founder, Henning Lohner and CEO, Hiram Bingham filmed a corporate a presentation for the well-known Museum Next Summit in London – right on the spot, where filmlovers, connoisseurs, and collectors usually visit exhibitions on international film history. Professional, knowledgeable, and personable, the two entrepreneurs explained in an open dialogue how the partnership between Active Image and the DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum can support the DFF’s digital strategy. AI’s marketplace platform for unique digital art includes interactive features for the museum, a digital content venue, a channel for digital collectibles, greatere visitor reach an new online revenue streams. Museum Next is a leading online magazine, community, and association for the museum sector. Active Image’s digital platform will be a coming attraction!

Photo courtesy of Stefan Gehrke

11 november, 2021

Alfonso Granati's Active Image showcase at Biennale Salerno

On November 6th, the fourth edition of “Biennale d’Arte Salerno” opened at the historical Palazzo Fruscione, featuring over 230 artists from 35 countries showcasing a variety of content, techniques, and artistic expression. One of the artists selected is Active Image’s very own Alfonso Granati, who has used our digital canvases to display his work and to promote our upcoming NFT marketplace. Starting on November 13th, the Biennale’s visitors can receive a free trial for our marketplace, where they can exclusively rent Alfonso’s short videos to display them on their smartphones and tablets. The Biennale, which is opened every day with free access to the general public, will last until the 21st of November.

Photo courtesy of Alfosno Granati

1 October, 2021

World of Water at Stöckelkeller

14 artists, artist collectives, and film studios presented their ideas on “water” from October 1st to 3rd in the Stöckelkeller (Unternschreez near Bayreuth). The images, photos, and videos could be viewed on digital canvases made available by the technology partner Active Image. “H2O The Art of Water” presented a range of works inspired by the liquid: The Walt Disney Archives presents conceptual art and set photography from the films “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” and “The Shape of Water.” Works by Joel Redman, who portrays indigenous communities, and Noah Becker, who paints wild graffiti paintings, could also be seen. The video artists Ute Janssen, Sebastian M. Purfürst, and Lohner Carlson (Active Image founder Henning Lohner) were also on board again to redefine the digital medium.

Photo courtesy of Charles Khosla

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