Welcome to DISC ART, a delightfully detailed and acutely curated gallery for discerning discophiles in search of flying discs manufactured in quantity (at least 2) with mechanically applied artwork—via hot stamp, heat transfer, sublimation, inkjet, etc. The disc's art—the gallery's raison d'être— is created without graphic promotion of individuals, organizations, events or accomplishments with the exception of small, apportioned inclusion of the artist and other entities responsible for the creation of the disc and the application of the art. Enjoy the colors and the creativity—disc design with a specifically special spin—DISC ART.
The DISC ART gallery houses representative samples of art that has been applied to flying discs of varying sizes that serve as the canvas for each individual artist's creation. For the most part, a single example of the artwork will be found in this gallery, unless there are significant or artistically compelling reasons to include additional companion entries. If you are interested in a particular variation of artwork that is not shown in the Disc Art gallery, please try using the search window located at the lower left of the museum's opening page. Include the artist's name or AKA, the title of the art or the disc maker or distributor's name or any combination of these or other attributes pertaining to the art or artist in question. ENJOY!
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