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Artivive makes the real connection between classic and digital art by using a powerful Augmented Reality app. Artist? Here’s how to get Artivive for free!


A 2017 founded Viennese start-up aiming to change how art is made and consumed, Artivive offers the artists the possibility to create and work with Augmented Reality.

Up until the end of the year, the company offers a free application – Artivive – available on Google Play and Apple App Store and a content management system, called Bridge that links the two worlds.

Over 200 (and counting) artists from Romania, Bulgaria, Austria, France, Greece, Germany, Italy, Taiwan, China, Philippines, Columbia have registered already in the last few months.

Key points for the free registration:

  • Register for a free account here
  • Receive a login to Bridge by Artivive
  • Link your artwork with a video in 4 minutes
  • Scan your artwork with the app and the video will be played

“We offer an easy to use AR tool for artists to create, museums to expand and galleries to impress. With Artivive a real artwork can be extended by a digital layer to create a unique experience”

This is a short tutorial for the fist steps into Artivive and creating the first project:

  • below, you can see how artist Litto spices up the streets of Vienna with her Artivive App project

Litto streetart

We are sure you've already fell in love with artist Litto's style. Here is one more video with her street art project made in collaboration with Artivive App in front of ARCC.art gallery. Enjoy!Special thanks to Grätzloase.

Posted by Artivive App on 7 Iulie 2017

Artivive @ iCEE.fest 2017

Co-founder @ Artivive, Sergiu Ardelean talked about this project at iCEE.fest 2017.

Austro-Romanian entrepreneur Ardelean pointed out how AR will reinvent the consumption and creation of visual arts.

His presentation – “Bring art to life” – is available on iCEE.academy:


iCEE.academy offers free access to the presentations from the festival’s archive between 2013-2016 (264 videos) while the 2017 presentations and workshops (137 videos) are unrestricted only to those who have a valid ticket for this year’s iCEE.fest or for the 2018 edition.

The free presentations can be accessed here while for viewing the 2017 ones, authentication can be done here with the username and password used for the iCEE.fest app.

Daniel Marton


Daniel Marton

After 3 years as a radio reporter (back in 2003), Daniel has experienced some other options that media can offer: 2 years as a special reporter (print), 2 years as a news commentator (tv), 2 years as an editor-in-chief (online) plus another 5 years as an online manager (digital). Since 2016, he is a freelance journalist, delivering documented articles and creative ideas for any kind of media. Ever since then, Daniel joined the iCEE.fest family, as a contributing editor for iCEE.news.

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