The following works will be available on SuperRare as NFT beginning October 2021

These pieces have either been burned, lost, stolen, or destroyed. No physical Artworks of these pieces exist.


photo courtesy of Samsung/TheFrame

Below, find 3 of the top rated Digital Display Frames for your NFT artworks.

The Frame – Samsung Display Tv/Frame

Samsung’s “The Frame” earns our top pick on this list by virtue of the fact that it can function as more than just one of the best digital art frames. The Frame is a full-fledged 4K, QLED TV available in sizes ranging from 32 inches to 75 inches. It also comes complete with Samsung’s Tizen-based smart TV interface and compatibility with AirPlay 2, Alexa and Google Assistant.

The Frame covers 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color space, which means that it can faithfully replicate any digital work of art that comes its way. It also uses ambient sensors to custom tailor the brightness and color settings to the room so that the artwork in question is faithfully reproduced. And thanks to motion sensors, The Frame knows when nobody is in the room and will turn the TV off entirely to conserve energy.

When it comes to the physical aspects of this digital art frame, The Frame is light enough so that it can mount to the wall using magnets. This makes it super simple to change the orientation of the TV from landscape to portrait at a moment’s notice. If you don’t want to mount the TV, there’s also a minimal tripod stand you can use to set up the TV anywhere you please. Furthermore, this TV uses Samsung’s One Connect box so that you can keep all the wires hidden away and have a single cable that connects to the TV itself.

Installed works are coming from premier institutions such as Royal Trust, Saatchi Art and Museo Del Prado, you’ll be receiving the benefit of quality over quantity. And if you somehow happen to get sick of what’s offered, you can always upload your own works that you’ve acquired elsewhere, which is a benefit not offered by all of the best digital art frames.

The Meural Canvas – Digital Display Frame

The Meural Canvas, might be my favorite of the trio. Starting at $595, the 27-inch, 1080p LCD display packs some anti-glare and true black tech that makes its art look so realistic, you want to reach out and touch the brush strokes. But just like in museums, touching the art is frowned upon with the Meural. Controllable and customizable via an Android and iOS compatible app, the frame also has sensors embedded in its matting (a clever touch) so you can change the image or get artist information with a wave of your hand.

With hardware that lets you easily re-orient the frame from landscape to portrait, and easy on the eyes whether it’s leaning against the wall, sitting on a table or propped up on an easel, the Meural looks good even without art on its screen. The version I reviewed was the $695 “lightbox” edition, which makes the display appear to be floating within its light wooden frame. If you opt for the Meural, I’d highly recommend upgrading to this setup. It looks crisp, clean, and authentic.

Canvia Digital Art Frame

Powered by ArtSense technology, Canvia ensures images look like real paintings and prints.

• Full-HD display

• Premium maple wood frame

• Zoom and reposition for exquisite detail

• Text overlay for description

• Upload photos and organize using playlists

• Schedule art display by day/hour

• Hang in portrait or landscape mode

• 11AC WiFi, 16GB, 27x18in Frame

• 1 year membership subscription to Premium Art & Photography Library (10K+ artworks), 2500 free artworks without subscription