Digital art is in a bit of a transformation period right now that we are increasingly excited about. In the last quarter of 2013, the art world began to accept the medium as more than just a hobby that some young people are doing in their free time. They realize that there are lots of artists out there making profound statements and incredibly beautiful and engaging works without the use of paintbrushes or clay.

Another thing that the world learned in 2013 is that there is money to be had in digital art. GIFs are now the preferred way to leave a comment in a thread or fill space on your Tumblr profile, and collectors are starting to come around. We think that the remainder of 2014 will be an even bigger year for digital art, so we decided to compile this list, in no particular order, of 10 Digital Artists You Should Know.