Above: Artwork by Alan Rubin, alanrubin.art
The rise of AI in recent years has led to an increased interest in AI-related domains. As more and more businesses and individuals turn to AI to streamline processes and enhance their work, the demand for relevant domain names has skyrocketed. Domain names like AI4.ART and AIAIAI.ART are examples of the kinds of AI-related domains that will sell out the nearest future.
The importance of AI-related naming cannot be overstated. As AI continues to revolutionize industries and reshape the way we work, having a domain name that reflects your business’s AI focus can help you stand out from the crowd and attract the right audience. AI-related domain names also help to establish a sense of expertise and authority, which can be crucial in industries where AI is a major focus.
Meanwhile, the sales of domains like JACK.ART and JOHNNY.ART demonstrate the rarity and value of first name domains, which are highly prized for their memorability and brevity.
Ceramic artist Keith Murray and painter and printmaker Elizabeth Murray, who share the same surname, have been added to the .ART community. Elizabeth Murray was an American painter, printmaker, and draughtsman known for her use of shaped canvases, and her works are in many major public collections, including those of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, and the Museum of Modern Art. Keith Day Pearce Murray was a New-Zealand-born British architect and industrial designer who was considered one of the most influential designers of the Art Deco / Modern age, known for his ceramic, silver, and glass designs for Wedgwood, Mappin & Webb, and Stevens & Williams in the 1930s and 1940s.
IMG.ART is now home to /imagine/, a project supporting digital artists by providing technical support and inscription services. The team behind the project has diverse backgrounds in software engineering, crypto art trading, and NFT investing.
ASISI.ART showcases the work of German artist Yadegar Asisi, including panoramic installations of historical sites and cityscapes. The website features information about his exhibitions, installations, and other artworks. Asisi’s fourth anti-war project, NEW YORK 9/11, features five installations and a 360° panorama commemorating the attacks of September 11, 2001. The exhibition shows the less visible consequences of the fateful day, including the suffering and fates of victims of torture and persecution.