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Digital art gets update with new display from Electric Objects

Now you can subscribe to art for your living room The last time we checked in with 2016 Curbed Young Gun Electric Objects, the NYC-based maker of seamless digital art displays for the home was getting ready to unveil a partnership with major museums and cultural institutions, one that would instantly bring classic works like Vemeer’s The Milkmaid into the humblest of abodes.
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