Looking for some inspiring examples of galleries built in Mozilla Hubs? Check out these five creative and beautiful exhibitions
Whether you're an artist showcasing work for a global audience, amateur photographer, or a 3D modeler hosting live tours of your portfolio– Hubs is a great place to show off your art.
Galleries in Mozilla Hubs are unique because they:
- Allow artist to send links to a space accessible cross-platform without having to download any special software.
- Enable people to come together and celebrate art for live tours and opening parties.
- Are accessible 24/7 around the globe.
- Allow experienced artists and developers to customize the environment however they would like.
Below are some noteworthy examples of galleries and exhibitions from experienced artists, developers and designers.
American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) STL Design Show
Fafner Beyond Project
Impressive design and great showcase for fans of this anime built by Gugenka. Flashing arrows guide visitors through this futuristic homage to the film.
Culture, art, and education stories from seven artists courtesy of the Korea Arts and Culture Education Service.
Apart: Posters from a Social Distance
A virtual museum using art to help with processing the COVID-19 Pandemic, with 100% of the proceeds from print purchases going directly to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
Created by Paradowski Creative back in 2020. An excellent write up on the work and the story behind the fundraiser here.