New Artists On SuperRare

Weekly introduction to new artists on SuperRare.

Eduard Zentsik

Eduard Zentšik is a contemporary Estonian genre-busting artist. It is only at first perusal that his self-positioning as “Unknown Artist Zentšik» is an offer for the spectator to believe into the primacy of the art object over the art source. His ironical understatement of his role in the artistic process is not a give-away game, but an honest-to-goodness statement though a wily one. The main E. Zentšik’s art object is “playing the artist”.

Golden dream #1
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One of the projects is “Golden dream”. ZEDART Crypto. Dreams in dreams. Codes and symbols, magic and sorcery, error in eternity. A series of art works of conceptual surreal absurdity. A world where there is no time. Eternity in the cryptoart world. Owner the NFT comes with 2 pigment art prints (70x100sm) unique and signed by the artist. Thanks to SuperRare for a family of artists who support each other! Exclusively on SuperRare. 1 of 1 / motion / mp4 / 3000×2000

Nate Talbot

I invoke digital beings through Oculus Medium, Houdini, and C4D. Exploring techno-shamanism, non-human intelligence, and symbiosis.

Ego Death
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“Ego Death” 1/1. Adobe Medium, 3D scans, C4D, Houdini, Octane.

Lubomir Arsov
A storyteller at heart, Lubomir Arsov works as an animation writer/director. His personal work explores the psychological, parapolitical, and spiritual dynamics that define the momentous time we are collectively navigating. Professionally, he most recently acted as an episodic director of the re-imagined “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe” series for Netflix, and is currently writing and directing an animated horror short for an upcoming anthology.

IN-SHADOW – Genesis
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“IN-SHADOW – Genesis”, is the original trailer to the celebrated short film, “IN-SHADOW – A Modern Odyssey”. This 55 second piece introduces the upcoming remastered collection of 55 key images from the cult classic. The collection will mirror the film’s narrative progression, and chronicle the unfolding of human consciousness as it goes through a collective dark night of the soul. Released in 2017, IN-SHADOW was designed as a spark for awakening. Through a tapestry of symbolic imagery, the film invites the viewer to face the entropy of our modern culture, and journey through the underworld of the collective psyche. We are asked to face our complicity in the drama, and empowered to take responsibility for its healing. It moves us through the necessary breakdown of our personal and collective illusions, culminating with the realization of the Self within the dream. The project’s intention is to clarify the mythic crisis our world is moving through. The classic Hero’s Journey is re-contextualized through a modern lens, with the hope of inspiring the viewer to step onto the path of self-realization. This NFT is not for sale, and will remain as an exhibition only, gallery piece. Music by Starward Projections, and compositing by Sheldon Lisoy.


Love Machine
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The Machine the world needs right now!!

Justin Bettman

Los Angeles, CA
I combine photography with interactive elements. My #setinthestreet project has been featured by Wired, NY Magazine, etc. You can find me in CA surfing or working for clients such as Nike and Adobe. Some of the people I have photographed include Lebron James, Daniel Radcliffe, Emily Blunt, Lil Nas X, etc.

Set in the Street x Prague
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#SetintheStreet is an ongoing art project in which I am building elaborate sets out of furniture. After shooting the photos, the sets are left up on the street, where passersby can shoot their own photos and share using the Instagram hashtag #SetintheStreet. This was created in Prague, Czech Republic. This projects has traveled all over the world from Times Square, Russia, Germany, United Kingdom, and Los Angeles.


not here to support your belief in “everything digital”

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𝞮𝞮 | 1800^2

Dave Krugman

New York City
Dave Krugman is an artist, writer, and the founder of ALLSHIPS.CO, a creative community dedicated to the idea that a rising tide raises all ships. See more here

Neo Noir New York: Lost Connection
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Of course I remember her. We burned so bright we crumbled, like a glacier cleaving, melting as we drifted out to sea. When I think of all the reasons I loved her, her laughter stood out the most, how it rose from some unknown place, to rise and pop on the surface like bubbles in champagne. But her glow was the dark sort of light, the flash of fireflies, of glowworms, the phosphorescent blooms that trace the shorelines of undiscovered islands. Within these concrete canyons, above, below, and under it all, there are many thousands of memories, deeply kept in the hearts of those who hold them. Memories can change, and do, for they are as malleable as the minds that make them. But the ones that hold, the moments that rise like peaks through the low fog of time, are the moments that will change you. -Dave Krugman _______________________________________________________ Neo Noir New York is a serialized body of work, featuring the best work from a over a decade of street photography. To me, some photographs evoke narratives, as if they arise from the act of freezing time. Each photograph has its own story embedded in the metadata. These short vignettes add up to tell a deeper story, about what it is like to live and love in New York City. 80% of funds raised from this piece will go towards the development of the tech behind the ALLSHIPS.CO community, and the remaining 20% will be used to directly support up and coming artists in the space, via the ALLSHIPS Artist Fund. This token is also a key to the ALLSHIPS Bridge on our Discord, where I work with token holders to steer the direction of ALLSHIPS and allocate the artist fund to those it will help most. The Bridge is also used to forge prints, including a 1/1 signed + framed edition printed on archival fine art paper. Bridge members are eligible for a host of other coming perks as well.

Seyhan Lee
Seyhan Lee founded by Pinar Seyhan Demirdag bridges the worlds of cutting-edge machine learning (A.I.), visual technology, and the world of storytelling through motion pictures. Pinar Seyhan Demirdag’s body of work is exhibited and acquired by several international museums including New Museum NY, Museum fur Gestaltung Zurich, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, and Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara.

NFT Sunday Service
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The time of the old gods is passing. New technologies are birthing new mythologies. The super revolutionary sensitivities of the new man demand it. A.I. is flipping the switch. Seyhan Lee Presents NFT Sunday Service. A new way to worship. A series of audio-visual experiences combining AI and the majesty of nature. Every Sunday for the next 6 weeks. All are welcome.


New York, NY
Priscila De Carvalho is a New York-based multimedia artist. Her visual narratives range from urban environments to social, economic, and political content. The artist exhibited at Basque Museum of Contemporary Art, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, El Museo Del Barrio, Socrates Sculpture Park. Her work is in permanent collections of The Department of Cultural Affairs Percent for Art Program, NYC Department of Education, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, among others.

Harajuku 6PM
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“Harajuku 6 PM” depicts a glimpse of the old residential neighborhood I lived in during my time in Tokyo, Japan. This piece explores concepts
of past and present, showing a place that was once intimately familiar but is now viewed only in passing through the opened doors of the quiet subway. Gently-falling petals and the flashing neon signs on the street are reminders that time goes on even after we leave the place we called home, capturing a fleeting moment when the memory of a distant past and dreams collide.

Matteo Zamagni

Matteo Zamagni (b.1992) is an Italian-born new media artist based in London. He uses technology as a tool to create immersive and interactive videos, installations and performances. His research stands between spirituality, art and science to create works that explore themes of consciousness, the body as a perceptive interface and mankind’s impact on the ecosystem. His work has been exhibited internationally at Times Square Midnight Moment; Gazelli Art House; Barbican Centre and the Lumen Prize.

The Relatedness of Neighbors
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Inspired by ‘ever-present conversations about machines and sentience’ this video speculates the shift from organic evolutionary processes to electronic evolutionary processes. Cybernetic organisms, partly made of organic structures and part electronic components respond to their environment in a variety of ways at an ever-increasing speed. The video has been performed live in real-time. Soundtrack by TSVI & object blue. Italian artist Matteo Zamagni is a new media artist based in London. He uses technology as a tool to create immersive and interactive videos, installations and performances. His work has been exhibited internationally including the Times Square Midnight Moment; Moving Image Art Fair; Gazelli Art House; Barbican Centre and the Lumen Prize. This work uses a Fair Trade Art certificate and 10% of the artist’s proceeds from the NFT will be donated to Coalition for Rainforest Nations. The remaining profits from the sale will be invested by the artist into a new branch of his practice dealing with research into ecological damage. The owner of the certificate will gain exclusive access to a still image from a work in progress. Verisart Certified:

Jake Elwes

Jake Elwes is a London based media artist (Slade School of Fine Art, UCL 2013-17). Recent works explore his research into machine learning and artificial intelligence. His practice looks for poetry and narrative in the success and failures of these systems, while also investigating and questioning the code and ethics behind them. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries internationally, recently showing in Germany, Venice, Shanghai, Beijing, Melbourne, Delhi & featuring on BBC.

O(a)k Computer
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An old oak tree on Hampstead Heath captured on a walk during winter lockdown. The photogrammetry data has been rendered as a point cloud using Unreal Engine. The scan is accompanied by music generated by an A.I. model, OpenAI’s Jukebox, which has been trained to churn out soundtracks based on Hans Zimmer’s complete works. The resulting video captures a moment in time as a fragmented digital memory image. Jake Elwes looks for poetry and narrative in the success and failures of these systems, while also investigating and questioning the code and ethics behind them. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries internationally, including the ZKM, Today Art Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum. Verisart certified:

Kota Yamaji

Tokyo, Japan
Kota Yamaji is a Japanese digital artist based in Tokyo. Fascinated by computer graphics and video editing, Kota creates his own pop and surreal world. His concept is all about playing with different objects and characters, using strong colors and repeating patterns, that create linear structures and ergonomic spaces. These characteristics of his works are strongly affected by Japanese vibes such as neon lights and pop culture.

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Title: Garden / Artist: Kota Yamaji / Size: 4000 × 5000 / Created Date: May 27, 2021


To date I am probably best-known for my work in publishing (Dune Deluxe Edition, Star Wars: A Crash of Fate, Rendezvous with Rama) & film (Re-Animator, Oldboy, The Ring). I also make ltd edition licensed film posters for galleries like Bottleneck (New York) & Vice Press (UK). Outside of client work I have created popular series’ like The Endling, Knights, HeadGear & Other Seas / Other Suns. I love story-telling, world-building, turning everything into a series & weird helmets.

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The David Lynch film of Dune was a family favourite since before I could walk. I read the book first when I was 13, and decided there and then that my goal in life was to illustrate it. 27-odd years later that dream was fulfilled when this piece of art was selected as the cover of a new Deluxe Edition of the book, for which I also provided interior illustrations. It’s fair to say this image – originally a homage to a story I have always loved, and now part of its history – is my most important piece to date both professionally and personally. [3000x4385px]

design shit.

TIME The Future of Business (Beeple Edition)
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“For our May 10th / 17th 2021 issue, artist Mike Winkelmann (aka Beeple) wanted to take our readers inside his “canvas” to depict the stratospheric acceleration of the digitization of our world by creating an image that focused on his artistic process. The cover image depicts his actual computer interface mid design, complete with a wireframe render of a figure interacting on the left and a more complete version on right. He created this digital world using Cinema 4D and OctaneRender software that is powered by nearly a dozen Nvidia graphics cards.” – D.W. Pine, Creative Director of TIME “People have been creating digital artwork for the last 20 years and it has just as much craft, message, intent, as anything made on a canvas and has just as much ability to affect people emotionally and intellectually. It has been exciting through NFT’s to see people start to realize the value of this type of work and I think we’re just at the beginning of the next chapter of art history.” – Beeple


Tokyo, Japan

6PM conbini shopping
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pop your beer before it gets warm, summer is coming


think of the body as ash spilling an orbital road
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I remember how your hand touched my hand and my sadness left. I remember the sky being so blue it turned the bird blue and leaked into me. I remember hitting that bird with my car and pulling over and crying because birds with one wing can still fly. I remember too much 4-Acetoxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine lead to radical vulnerability leading to nose bleeds on the J train leading to laying on the grass shouting “ I am here i am still here motherfuckers”. I remember the world ended and started again and nobody noticed. I remember having nothing to fear then remembering whiteness. I remember the way your hair smells like spring and how that rested me. I remember rolling down that hill crushing all the orchids. I remember the soft wind kissing my cheek. I remember the death of the empire came and nobody noticed. I remember shoplifting from that trendy downtown store and getting caught but laughing cuz u should steal from white people. I remember yellow flowers opening portals to that elysia crampton song about the waterfalls. I remember the bird wing I carried around in my pocket for weeks until we buried it in my mother’s backyard. I remember the world trying to kill me and shining like a drop of sun. I remember daybreak and the collapse and that sacred air. I remember that time you shit yourself in my living room and we laughed cuz god is good and fuck the haters. I remember merging my body with the sky then nothing at all but the sky and the world standing still and the flowering trees kissing each other slow and the birds and nothing but us in the world being trapped with each other in the world.

Iaroslav Kononov

New York
Animator and motion designer

From Artists to Artists
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This work is dedicated to the motion design and CG
community and the never-ending struggle to develop something special and unique. From artists
to artists will take you into the fantastic worlds brought to life by the powerful imagination of a young creator.

overthinker based in earth

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what we have in common as human begins is the struggle for survival some fueled by passion, hunger and devotion

Recycle Group
Recycle Group was formed in 2006 by Andrey Blokhin and Georgy Kuznetsov. They question the paradoxical nature of the future and explore the concept of “virtual immortality” to highlight the complex relationship between man and machine. Their works incorporate tangible materials and new digital media such as AR and algorithms. Recycle Group have exhibited internationally, including at the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow and the Venice Biennale. They are represented by Gazelli Art House.

The Null
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Starting with our first digital artwork in 2008, we discovered the paradoxical nature of the virtual world and its decentralization. We realized that the key geographical point of all Data that has no particular geolocation is Null Island. We could say that it’s a center of a decentralized world, a place with coordinates 0°N 0°E. This point is located in international waters in the Gulf of Guinea. There we’ve placed the AR version of this NFT which you can see through the Recycle Group app. The spherical object in the ocean reflects the physical and digital environment while also distorting the digital waves. Sound design by Information Ghetto, 3D production by Alexey Severin. — Recycle Group was formed by Andrey Blokhin and Georgy Kuznetsov. They question the paradoxical nature of the future using tangible materials and digital media such as AR and algorithms. Recycle Group have exhibited at the Venice Biennale, Saatchi Gallery and Centre Georges Pompidou, among others. Their certificate includes access to a 4K video and an interactive app. Verisart Certified:


Hey ! I’m a CG artist from paris. I’m making rabbit stuff and sausage-characters 🙂

Toxic love
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third piece of my bunny series

Tom Gerrard

Melbourne, Australia
Artist – Street art, fine art, NFT

Spinning Head – 01
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Hand painted animation using spray paint, water color and ink.

Kode A.

Land of Oz
That artist guy (Not the rapper) that wishes he had an mpc for photoshop

Enter 2007
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The year is 2007, had not one clue what I was doing in my life, that time in my life was rough as it is, a friend of mine gave me photoshop so I can learn and create some fun things, I was into mixtapes back then and always wanted to do what those dope mixtape cover artists did, so I tried and this was the outcome and back then I was so proud of myself, It made people laugh but I kinda enjoyed that, It was the first time I entertained people online, that set up me on Myspace as a graphic artist, it was this cover that made me love creating and sharing it is this cover and my approach to sharing online that has got me here today. It is funny how things start and defines the end that comes when we stick to what we love. THIS IS 2007.

seva markov

Saint Petersburg, Russia

aether and coal
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apostles of the inexpressible

Lixin Yin

San Francisco
Digital Artist- Clients: Marvel studio, Legendary Pictures, THQ, Activision Blizzard , DreamWorks Animation , Wizards of the coast etc

The Final Fight
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This artwork has been included in Spectrum 27: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art | 4500×2644

Caramurú Baumgartner

Caramurú Baumgartner is an award winning visual artist from Brazil. As an alchemist mixing colors and elements, and a wizard casting lights and shades, his legacy as a visual artist reveals a unique, intimate, surreal and psychedelic place. The junctions of saturated colors, fluid forms, lights and lattices leads you to a new, ethereal and fertile universe, where the fauna and flora sensually merge, where the artist lives.

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The plague of algorithm dictating the rules of art. Beauty is programmed. The critical look is tamed by the dark mirror and pale heart. Each profile, a pulse. Each like, a pulse. This art contests the quality of art on the internet. Cryptoart has been overtaken by copies and a mad search for the next trend. Where does crypto art go? I need to love her. Delete all crypto fakes. This art has my signature. Dimensions: 9921×13174 pixels, 600 dpi.

Grammy nominated electronic artist, film composer and software designer.

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To experience Genesis.json fully visit: ///// Genesis.json is living code. Embodying 24 hours of art and multi-channel music, it is the first digital artwork that is software, visual art and sound living on blockchain. ///// It’s inspiration: a family grandfather clock and the realization of the beauty of an object memorializing the passage of time. ///// Designed by Grammy-nominated electronic music pioneer BT, Genesis.json is an interactive hundred-thousand line code base that live sequences over 15,000 audio and visual events in a 24 hour cycle. It is the first digital artwork to put itself to sleep, and even dream. /////


Brooklyn, NY
Jade Purple Brown is an artist living in New York City. Her work uses strong figures, vibrant colors, and messages of optimism to create new, dynamic worlds of individuality and empowerment. She is the Adobe Illustrator splash image artist for 2021 and has worked with global brands such as Nike, Apple, Google, and Instagram.

Behind The Daisies
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…there’s darkness. You only see what I choose to show.

Stefan Große Halbuer

Münster, Germany🤖💊💣💎
Freelance designer & digital artist. Here to present you the CYCLE OF THE SHROOM!

Cycle of the Shroom — Prologue
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The Cycle of the Shroom begins! // Read the full prologue on // Art & concept: Stefan Große Halbuer, storytelling & writing: Richard Galbraith //// Layers upon layers, each world has them, each place, each city, each town. Wherever you go, from the vastest megalopolis to the tiniest backwater shithole of an outpost somewhere between here and nowhere, they all have layers, and this place is no different. // The NEO-Budapest Triangle. It stretches from Sofia in the south, up West to Nuremberg and over back East to Old-Warsaw, with NEO-Budapest smack, right in the middle. // A city of approximately 250 million people that rose out of the Black Lake incident. Back when the powers that be pushed the button on the Lincoln Contingency and everything changed. // Crypto and greed have divided the people and piled concrete, and steel, and neon, high-up and driven those without down below. // For so many, building down was the only way to survive after Black Lake. Building up, that was reserved for the few. The ones with the resource and power and connections to keep a glimpse of the sky. Even after the Lincoln Contingency turned it to a permanent, pale ash. // For everyone else, when you’ve got nothing, there’s no place to go other than down. So, when you’re driven into the depths from the cartels, the gangs, the police, the corporations, and everything else, you’ll do anything to find that glimpse of something brighter. To keep hope alive, to keep dreaming of a better day. // That’s what the cartels use. It’s what they’ve been preying on for years now. It’s the reason they sprang up in the first place, and where the shroom came into play. // The sun’s low, the sky the colour of smoke, she’s done her job, spilled blood and severed limbs. Another day in NEO-Budapest, another day working the streets for the Shoomheads. // Venture is the handle she goes by, Katana by her side, shoom vape hooked in. “Why don’t they ever just pay?” she whispers, waiting for the area leader to drop her a message with the location of her next hit. She’s an enforcer, a thug, cartel meat that collects when debts run too high or too long, and she always gets the job done. // Another hard pull on the vape to take the edge off the scenes she’s left behind. // She lets the shroom magic flow into her as she looks up to the sky and sees an explosion of incandescent hues paint themselves across its ashen surface. // This is what they deal in, this vision. // This is what they’ve got NEO-Budapest hooked on, this dream. // And this is the cure the Shroomheads have discovered the most efficient and potent way of manufacturing. // It’s inexpensive, it’s strong, it will take you to another world, and it’s addictive as hell. It’s the escape everyone needs, and Venture and the cartel are hooked in and running the circuit. // They’re here to make sure that when the inhabitants of NEO-Budapest look up, they don’t see the ashen sky; they see a way to escape. They see their dreams, and want to buy more.

Dawid Planeta

I create art inspired by experiences with depression to encourage others to look for answers within.

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“Allow the power to flow through you. Don’t try to capture it. You wish only to borrow it.” One of the first pictures from “The Minipeople” – art series that illustrates my experience with depression. Each image is a message from my subconsciousness trying to help me get through the negative thoughts and show me the way. This image is about letting go of control, allowing things to happen the way they do, about accepting them for what they are. I hope it will help you find the way.


the focus of my works deals with the theme of the portrait, expanding it through a recognizable and imaginary aesthetic research. figuration and abstraction come together and starts a dialogue. Painting takes on the role of narrating emotions, the historical memory of the portrait relieves in a new form, the shape of the face and the body becomes a universal trigger, an icon, from here we can start a reflection on the meaning of identity and personality.

is it you?
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for my genesis piece i translated into digital what i normally do in traditional painting, playing between abstraction and figuration, the face become an icon, something unknown, yet recognizable.

New Orleans–based artist Erik Winkowski (b. 1983, NYC) treats video like collage, cutting up, drawing over, and remixing scenes from everyday life in playful, unexpected ways.

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A man dives into a swimming pool full of clouds and glides through the water like a bird through the air.

Dirk Koy

Dirk Koy is a artist and filmmaker. In his works, he experiments with everyday images and environments, using both analogue and digital techniques. He creates audio-visual works in which the viewer’s perception is often challenged. In 2016, he founded Dirk Koy Bild und Bewegung.

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This video shows a zebra crossing of the Swiss village Allschwil near Basel. The work is related to the series called «Shape Studies» in which photographs and video recordings of places, objects and living beings are digitally modified. It is about exploring a shape and working out different ways it can be represented and perceived. The work researches the intersection and the dialogue of real and digital environments. Loop: 46s / 2000 x 2000 pixels


Automobilist is a celebrated collective of artists, designers, & passionate motorsports enthusiasts who capture and recreate some of the most fabled moments in motorsports history. Partnering with iconic automotive brands and teams, the artworks are not only distinctly recognisable but often officially licensed. Automobilist spends over 4000 painstaking hours designing and developing Fine-Art pieces. And the effort shows – each car re-created in 3D with flawless intricacy and detail.

A Swede Swerves Through Sicilians
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Painted blue and yellow to represent its Swedish driver, Ulf Norinder negotiates his Ferrari 250 GTO through a gaggle of spectators on the third lap of the 1964 Targa Florio. Along with his driving partner, Picko Troberg, he would go on to place 9th out of 28 finishers. Already one of the toughest tracks in the world, the race was made significantly more dangerous by locals who would crowd the circuit and cause mayhem for the drivers. It was for this reason the Targa Florio was ended in 1977.

Joe Pease
Joe Pease is an Australian artist living in California. He works across a range of film making techniques to create complex and engaging digital artworks.

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The confusion takes over and the day never ends.

Francois Vogel

Francois Vogel is a French artist and filmmaker. He likes to distort our every day life, bending our minds with new perspective rules and inviting us to a trip into vision.

Sliding tram
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This video loop was shot in Lisboa. It shows a tram simply running on its tracks. But at one point, the tram distorts and enters some kind of digital time and space distortion.

Jules Langeard

Through my experience with the camera combined with social media, I developed a winning formula: the game of attention. My role today is to create attention for brands through unique, original and outstanding content.

Infinity 8.0
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This is an attempt to translate our daily content consumption: Infinite, quick, in excess and identical. If you ever step back from this piece, the pace will calm down. And then you can enjoy it, breath and not feel overwhelmed.

Fernando Livschitz

Buenos Aires
Uplifting, dream-like and fun, Argentine film-maker Fernando Livschitz’s works playfully through the Magic Realism. His stories unfold organically showing the extraordinary as something ordinary and common. Going deeper into reality through the wonder that is in it. With a unique sense of style and approach he shows his perspective of the world. “I believe it’s always possible to show life in an alternative way” His projects go viral rapidly and have been seen by more than 70 million people.

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Bringing order to disorder, it’s the eternal struggle against the nonstop onslaught of daily life, in all its colorful randomness, seeming to fall on you from the sky.

Jason Zada

Marin, CA
Emmy award-winning storyteller & director.

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We were all warned of the dangers of taking candy from strangers and as well as the stories of razor blades in candy from the 1980s. Lollipop is a
modern incarnation of the warning – but even though most people were warned, they still took the bait. Once you’ve taken the Lollipop, it wormholes its way into your digital life. First, in a series of artwork derived from the Emmy award-winning digital experience, Take This Lollipop. Jason Zada x boxoffrogs 1080×1080, Looping Video Original Audio

Ian Spriggs

Vancouver, Canada
I am a Digital Portrait Artist, pioneering the digital human and defining a new era of portraiture. My hyper realistic works aim to show the potential of the digital human. By blurring the lines of reality, we do not know what is real and what is fake, it questions how we defines ourselves and what makes us human.

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‘Marie’ is a hyperreal 3D digital human portrait exploring concepts of identity, multiples, and originals.

Emilio Garcia

Fascinated by the cognitive development and pop culture, Emilio Garcia explores the neuroplasticity of human brain by creating contemporary iconic eye-catching sculptures and paintings since 2008.

XRAY Jumping Brain
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The only and exclusive XRAY Jumping Brain by Emilio Garcia – 4k resolution 30fps loop video. The Jumping Brain was created by Emilio Garcia back in 2008 as fully home-made art toy. This simple idea with its clean, detailed design and a sense of whimsy has positioned him in the top tier of most select collectors. The Jumping Brain has exceeded Emilio’s wildest expectations, receiving mass worldwide coverage in several media, including press and TV, and overflowing production previsions. Emilio’ sculptures and paintings are currently being exhibited in art galleries, art fairs and museums throughout North America, Europe and Asia.

Cache Bunny is a video artist who aims to turn reality into fantasy using visual effects. She uses practical footage as building blocks to create new worlds, and although her technique is different in every video you can always recognize a Cache Bunny piece when you see it.

Zoetrope Wave
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For this piece, I was inspired by the mechanics of physical animation. I wanted to make old-fashioned animation techniques somehow feel new again, so I used a 360 camera to create a zoetrope of myself from a single clip. Shot on GoPro MAX, edited in Adobe After Effects.

Quayola employs technology as a lens to explore the tensions and equilibriums between seemingly opposing forces: real and artificial, old and new. Constructing immersive installations, he engages with and re-imagines canonical imagery through contemporary technology. Landscape painting and classical iconography are some of the historical aesthetics referenced in Quayola’s work. His varied practice, all deriving from custom computer software, also includes audio-visual performance and sculpture.

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PP_F_018_1 is part of an ongoing series started in 2015 focusing on the heritage of landscape painting, and more broadly a reflection on man’s tradition of representing nature. Drawing from Impressionism, Quayola pursues a methodic observation of natural patterns using advanced technological apparatuses. The results of his research are ephemeral algorithmic compositions blending opposite realms: nature and technology, representation and abstraction, and ultimately human and machine. Quayola suggests a new understanding of the natural world, achieved through the collaboration with technology. For PP_F_018_1, inspired by the work of Vincent Van Gogh, Quayola has returned to the same countryside of Provence some 130 years later to capture some of the same iconic natural compositions. The resulting computational paintings are generated by the analysis of ultra-high-definition videos. Employing custom software, the source videos are transformed into algorithmic animations resembling real paint, while simultaneously exploring new digital aesthetics. — The winner of the NFT auction will receive a custom archival box with physical certificates, documentation material, a print and an SD card with a 4k version of the work. A professional video player with the work will also be included. — In collaboration with bitforms gallery. Verisart Certified:

Kristian Levin

No Creative Abode Professional retouch artist and photographer, turned 3D artist. A couple of years ago, I turned my attention to the world of 3D, and never looked back. All my experience form the latter 2 fields of work, translated seamlessly into the 3D workflow and a whole new world opened to me. A world where I could create anything effortless, and was literally able to control the sun! I now work fluently within and across my 3 areas of expertise, to create explore and improve.

Amaterasu Omikami
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Close to lucid, one at least Two ethereals shaped in embrace, warmth. Rituals predating the soul An exchange of essence bound in eternity


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The all-seeing eye has been a part of American iconography for centuries. It can be found in hand almost daily, looking up at us from the US dollar bill. Ametropia by Hank Willis Thomas x Wide Awakes is a contemporary re-interpretation of the eye in the spirit of today’s Wide Awakes – a boundless collective. It is an elegy of our collective conscious from our collaborative spirit. The original Wide Awakes engaged ways to re-shift reality through art– they would take old songs and write new lyrics to them, for instance, in a kind of remixing play. The modern day (though time is a construct) Wide Awakes are using these same tools to change the status quo. The Ametropia eye references this experience of waking up to a new awareness and desire for change. Thomas x Wide Awakes push this familiar emblem into a psychedelic space expressing movement. The vocabulary of psychedelia—with its roots in the 1960s counterculture— represents the desire for change. The work includes optical art component – using this static image and forcing one’s mind to see movement and thus question what we know to be true. This symbolically reshapes our outlook, our lens on the world. It purposefully disorients to force us to shift our perspective in order to maintain balance.

Steven Sebring

NewYork, New York
Steven Sebring is an acclaimed Director, Photographer, Innovator and Photoscientist based on his unique 360-degree camera system, the SRS. Utilizing this proprietary technology, he has captured and created multi-dimensional photography and mixed-reality film in collaboration with legendary visionaries and innovators across the fashion, music, art, sports and entertainment industries, including the Smithsonian, Patti Smith, Jack White, Rodney Mullen, Coco Rocha and many others.

patti punk
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My journey with Patti Smith started over 25 years ago and we have been collaborating ever since. In 1999, this image began as a simple Polaroid portrait. Then, in 2005, I converted it into a pixel-based image utilizing an HP scanner and Photoshop software. As part of my ongoing exploration of image and technology, I put together ‘Illumination: Who Are
Poets’, an exhibition in 2011, that featured large-scale polychromatic pixelated portraits of Patti and 11 other artists, derived from my archive. Now, as we enter the era of data intelligence, I am releasing “patti punk”, which reflects a multitude of innovation throughout my career and captures the essence of Patti Smith: Artist, Poet, Activist, Singer-Songwriter and Traveler, affectionately known as the original “Punk Poet Laureate.”

Jose Gallardo Bernal

Madrid – Spain
I’m Jose Gallardo, 3D Artist. I specialize in physical simulations such as liquids, smoke, fabrics, particles… My work is based on adding a plus of reality and spectacularity to conventional animations oriented to product or abstract art.

Sushi time
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A 3D Suhi model interacting with a fluid simulation soja sauce

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