Blackdove, a Miami-based tech startup, offers a global platform and marketplace for digital motion art. Founders Tito Gaudenzi, left, and Marc Billings are shown with samples of the art. On the wall is “Urban Decay” by Kazilla; Gaudenzi holds “whtEyesRoses” by jon Cates.
Blackdove, a Miami-based tech startup, offers a global platform and marketplace for digital motion art. Founders Tito Gaudenzi, left, and Marc Billings are shown with samples of the art. On the wall is “Urban Decay” by Kazilla; Gaudenzi holds “whtEyesRoses” by jon Cates. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
Blackdove, a Miami-based tech startup, offers a global platform and marketplace for digital motion art. Founders Tito Gaudenzi, left, and Marc Billings are shown with samples of the art. On the wall is “Urban Decay” by Kazilla; Gaudenzi holds “whtEyesRoses” by jon Cates. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

Miami tech startup Blackdove on a mission to make art accessible

November 27, 2015 08:45 PM

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