Digital technologies fundamentally change all parts of life—even art. The post-media era arrived at this point long ago. The lines between classical forms of art are blurring, digital art is everywhere. Though the Dutch artist Anne de Vries continues to view photography as an essential part of his artistic practice, he also expands the medium with a diverse variety of materials, techniques, and methods. His imagery is heavily influenced by corporate branding, visual merchandising and stock photography. In discussion with Thomas Seelig, director of the Fotomusuem Winterthur, he debates new forms of art in the digital world.