Cryptography plays an important role in information security, which is widely applied in the various fields of society. Quantum cryptography has shown its great advantages in information security compared with the classical one. Two major directions of quantum cryptography are quantum key distribution (QKD) and quantum encryption, with the former focusing on secure key distribution and the latter focusing on encryption using quantum algorithms. In contrast to the well accepted success of the QKD, the development of quantum encryption is rather limited because of the difficulties of building up algorithms and the constructing the practical quantum computers. Here we propose a new scheme of quantum encryption based on high-dimensional entanglement holography. Firstly, we experimentally realize the quantum holography based on the high-dimensional orbital angular momentum (OAM) entanglement. Then, OAM-selective holographic scheme for quantum encryption is proposed and demonstrated. Our results show that introducing quantum entangled state into OAM holography makes the OAM holography possess infinite information channels and the transmission of information be absolute security in principle. Furthermore, decryption in the presence of strong noise is achieved. Our work opens up a new way to realize quantum information security.