Top 10 Picks by Tomm Zardoz

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Weekly Top 10 Picks by Tomm Zardoz

About the author:
Tomm Zardoz is a Spanish-Brazilian collector that helps and support a selected group of cryptoartist. His website features many virtual exhibitions and music events, mostly hosted in its various parcels on Cryptovoxels.

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Mercury by zomax

Sometime around january 2012, I merged bits and pieces from every science fiction movie I love into a big pile of scifi anecdotes. Buckle up Korben.

This is what could have happened if Edward Hooper was born inside the Nostromo.

Lurking Subconsciousness by Diegrich

Forever lingering and persistent, though unsuspected or unacknowledged.

Diegrich always creates delicate atmospheres mixed with some magical or strange elements. Pretty unique.

Bellum modernum 2.0 by ekaitza

Ares, Greek God War is fighting battles in more recent times. 3000 x 5000 px. Rendered at 350 pixels per inch. Please zoom in to enjoy the detail.

The choice of few elements and vibrant colors always work in Ekaitza´s art. Minimal-3D-pop at its best.

hx_7c194 by hexeosis

unfolding waves of shape and color and movement and light / third in a series of three GIFs / 720×720 pixels / 60 frames / animated GIF

My Hexeosis favorite piece and also my biggest regret as a collector: I bought it and later sold it for a stupid cheap price. Will never make this kind of mistake again.

A Forever Feeling by Sarah Zucker & Pak

Pak x Sarah Zucker – First Collaborative Release. Structural 3D Animation by Pak. Color + Analog Camcorder Manipulation on VHS by Sarah Zucker. The Present is a Forever Feeling between the Past and the Future. 1080×1080 GIF.

Sarah is the Goddess of Video Feedback, the quintessential maker of low-tech visuals that take you to a future that is already gone.

Curse of the Dancing Flamingos by Gavin Shapiro

3D animation by Gavin Shapiro. Style transfer by Jeremy Torman. Music by cYsmix.

Crazy visuals, silly music, perfect loop. The ultimate Cryptoart video? Probably yes.

No Such Thing as Society by VJ Entter

Epitaph for the eighties? “There is no such thing as society”. Prime minister Margaret Thatcher, talking to Women’s Own magazine, October 31 1987. “I think we’ve been through a period where too many people have been given to understand that if they have a problem, it’s the government’s job to cope with it. ‘I have a problem, I’ll get a grant.’ ‘I’m homeless, the government must house me.’ They’re casting their problem on society. And, you know, there is no such thing as society.”

The “CryptoPope” series is a “must-see-must-have” in the Cryptoart scene. Funny, thoughtful, provocative, what else do you need?

FRET NOT FRIEND by ilan katin

every . mistake .

Very few cryptoartists have their own, instantly recognizable style and Ilan Katin is one of them.

Photon Sphere 1 by jsf

GIF | 900 x 900p | 1:1 Aspect ratio

Take op-art, mix it with early-computer-graphics references and add just a touch of trashart and you probably will get a Jsf dish. Always delicious!

SOLVENT FUTURE XV by Jonas Kasper Jensen


I fell in love with this piece the moment I saw it. Now I realize how much it symbolizes the year 2020 for me – desolate but sometimes beautiful.

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