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Depict is the world’s most considered digital art experience.
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The Depict Experience

We believe your physical space should be filled thoughtfully. That’s why we’ve engineered the best in-home art experience on the market, powered by our Art Club and Frame.

The Art Club

Our membership-based content platform gives 360° access to a world of museum-quality curated art, content, events and more.
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The Frame

Cast our art - or your own - with 4K clarity onto our wood-framed 49” digital canvas.
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What They're Saying About Us

 It completely eliminates the worry of outgrowing or tiring of a piece of art. Basically, it's brilliant.


The Depict Frame allows you to experience art like never before.


Everything about the frame is high quality, and if you're into displaying fine art, [the Depict Frame] is kind of a no brainer.

Andru Edwards, Editor-in-Chief at Gear Live

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Artwork Credits: Artworks: “Red Shapes” © 2016 by Hugo Borges. “Growth of the Circle (formerly, Composition II)” by Georg Muche, 1915. Image credit: Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven. “Hidden Color” © 2017 by Cameron Neilson. “Untitled (California Native Plants: Buckwheat)” © 2014 by Christine Nguyen. “Suijin Shrine and Massaki on the Sumida River” by Utagawa Hiroshige, 1856. Image credit: Los Angeles County Museum of Art. “The Bathers” by Roger de La Fresnaye, 1912. Image credit: National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. “I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold” by Charles Demuth, 1928. Image credit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. “The Harbinger of Autumn” by Paul Klee, 1922. Image credit: Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven. “Roadside Fruit” by Walker Evans, 1936. Image credit: New York Public Library.