PIXAR ART models the art movements of the ’50s to ’70’s, from the psychedelic to the avant-garde.
The series of 30 prints features the works of artists including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Damien Hirst, Philip Glass, Richard Prince and more.
The artists’ works, which are part of the National Geographic Society’s new museum collection, are part the National Gallery’s exhibition ‘Presents from the Past,’ which opens Sept. 29.
Each painting is in a gallery-like format, which makes the project both interactive and informative, the National Museum of Art said in a statement.
“This collection presents a unique view of the work of these artists, which we hope will inspire young people and inspire us to explore and create new ways to express ourselves,” the National Museums of Australia said.
The gallery says the exhibition is part of its new digital initiative, ‘The Art of Digital.’
“Digital art has always been a powerful force in shaping our world.
It is a force for transformation, for the creation of new kinds of art, and for the sharing of ideas and information across the globe,” National Musearies Australia director David Lassiter said in the statement.
The exhibition runs through Nov. 19.