The powerful depths and enormous breadths of our imagination have brought us to the creation of new worlds, new fertile playgrounds for our intellect to be stimulated, frightened and amazed. It is no longer necessary to venture into nature or construct gigantic totems to the deities of machinery – I believe the new sublime is flat. In fact, technology keeps getting thinner as we speak, with the latest model of television measuring just 2.55mm. The thrills, awes and astonishments of the contemporary sublime are to be experienced in increasingly flat landscapes that, ironically, wish to be as 3D as virtually possible! The sublime no longer resides in nature and definitely not in machines, for the computer’s outer shell most certainly isn’t conveyant of power nor infinity! Yet through it, we are granted the experience of the digital sublime, that which is so grandiose, powerful and vast in its flatness that we sometimes even think of it as godly. So what keeps pushing our imagination to new flat expanses of creation? Within digital art, the digital sublime is what we experience when caught in a temporal nonlinear expanse such as the one presented by Jon Rafman’s Dream Journal. The digital sublime is in the anthropo-scenic bestial transmutations of Eva Papamargariti’s digital art, which re-imagines form, structure and colour to create eerily mutated entities. It is the encounter with the now merged biological and technological worlds in the biotechnological utopian landscapes of Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg’s Wilding of Mars. If the sublime is about expanding our imagination and coming just a little bit closer to that scary unknown, then what can we expect the future sublime to look like? We are capable of conceptualising grandeur, vastness and infinite power and as conscientious creatures, our focus should be on the creation of works that not only attract us aesthetically but also motivate us to use this creativity to do good. It is no longer a battle between nature vs nurture or people vs the machines. The flat sublime I propose here invites for a merging of these realms in order to live symbiotically, sustainably and, most importantly, forever creatively.