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Our new service: Connect is live!

Tagsmart Connect allows artists to offer trusted artworks direct to online retailers, who in turn can offer DNA protected and professionally certificated artwork to their collectors.

How does it work?

Artworks are protected using Tagsmart Certify - DNA tagging technology.
Artists are then able to submit protected art, directly to online retailers.
Retailers are able to select trusted inventory and offer it to their collectors.
Collectors purchase works with confidence.

“I see a great value in the partnership with Tagsmart, we want to sell trusted art online via our marketplace. It is important for us to have complete and accurate records relating to the works whilst being able to reduce administrative effort. Tagsmart allows us to do so in a very efficient and secure way.”

Nicolas Gitton, Founder of ArtSnap

Tagsmart has been interviewed by BBC Click about authenticating the limited edition book ‘Ricochet: David Bowie 1983′

BBC Click interviewed Steve Cooke, Tagsmart Chief Innovation Officer and Pavel Baskakov, Tagsmart Product Developer, about the DNA technology that has been used to help authenticate David Bowie’s limited edition prints in the Bowie 1983 Book by the rock star photographer Denis O’Regan.

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This episode looks at various technologies that are being used to investigate on art forgeries as well as the work Tagsmart is doing to help authenticate the David Bowie limited edition prints

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Watch the video to find out more on how ‘Ricochet: David Bowie 1983′ book has been secured and authenticated by Tagsmart and what technology has been developed for it. 

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You can watch the full episode at the following link: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0b310f1/click-12052018

The Denis and Tagsmart’s section goes from minute 08:33 to minute 13:00.

To know more about the limited edition ‘Ricochet: David Bowie 1983′:

https://bowie1983book.com