Today’s Top 10 comes to you from the keen eye of Arseny Vesnin. Founder of Designcollector Network (2003) and curator of the Digital Decade initiatives, exhibitions and online collaborations. Arseny is an interdisciplinary mediator guiding artists and communicating the future of art. Based in St.Petersburg, Russia.
R66 X SuperRare AR Collaboration
In this AR collaboration Nikita Replyanski R66 & SuperRare decided to expose 3 Pillars of this brand new community using a mixed reality medium. This time NFTs will go further SuperRare online gallery and will continue their life as AR wearable art pieces on the official SR Instagram.
This is the birth of an artwork that can now be sold and collected via its state of conception. Where the artwork was born and created as a digital file, an NFT, in its original form.
Inspired by the Osaka Shinsekai area, I wanted to recreate the feeling the real life location conveys: entering an other world with an eerie sensation at night.Elora Pautrat
Dedicated to my ancient cats Yasha and Mosha, Athens 2021
Surrealism is at the heart of Dániel’s work and he enjoys the challenge of establishing its presence even as he varies his technique and approach.
Asura by Kota Yamaji
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 colours and repeating patterns, that create linear structures and ergonomic spaces. His works are strongly affected by Japanese vibes such as neon lights and pop culture.
Anthony Azekwoh is a Nigerian-based Artist and author whose work specializes in defying the mediums they are made in.
At times, I wish I could standstill in the midst of the foregoing moment. The one where I can picture myself bend before I break. When things are docile, malleable, suspended in time. I still could fix it. But I won’t. Everything always shatters under the simplest touch of my harmful mind. And I will let it happen.Alycia Rainaud aka Maalavida
Can you imagine how a virtual garden can look like? With floating fractal plants growing with disordering all the physical rules. It can be really anything. This piece is a part of my project “Growing”. Frame by frame cel animation.Zutto
Self-portrait as a faceless figurine trapped in an eternal dance. ♦ Inspired by the sheer talent of the NFT community and my filmmaking background, I am expanding my artistic practice. I have been learning 3D software, as well as experimenting with various methods of incorporating my own body into the moving image.Iness Rychlik