Thato: Feelings in Compositions

Thato is a South African contemporary artist. He is fascinated by the endless oscillation of meaning. His work explores the relationship between technology and creativity. With influences as diverse as data science…

Sparking Creativity

By Bryan Brinkman When creating any piece of art, I feel like I’m sitting down to solve a new puzzle with pieces that I’m pulling from many different boxes. I take a…

Leaning into the Light

I'd argue that true genius is light. Artists aspire to be the light which others lean into, not the other way around. In my own humble collecting of art, I'm specifically looking…

Through the Moongate

Like many artists in this fascinating new space, I am a futurist and a dreamer. Let’s face it, none of us would be here without optimism and faith in technology. As someone…
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SuperRare Editorial & Crypto Art

By bringing together and making accessible meaningful information and discussions on crypto art, SuperRare Editorial will serve as a rich and inspirational resource where people from inside as well as outside of…

Is Fortnite the ultimate pop art?

What is Pop in 2020? Cinema, music and comics have already largely had their place in Pop Art. We thought to explore the world of video games and their growing popularity, finding…

Freedom

This little curated art selection is about freedom, as a state of mind and “heart”, during these times where the violation of it doesn’t only apply to the socio-political aspect but especially…

TokenRank: a rating method for digital art

In any case, however we look at the matter, it will appear that knowledge and research are crucial to our understanding of arts and culture and their value. When considering the crypto…

GANS on Photography

We are Obvious, a collective of three friends and researchers, which explores AI as a means to create art. One of the most important AI tools for visual creation we use are…

Windows to the Soul

I noticed that in many of my paintings the subjects had closed or half closed eyes. I think I liked painting them this way because I felt it created some mystery. A…