Trevor Jones, a traditional painter and cryptoart leader, is a longstanding believer in technology's ability to enhance the experience of viewing art. But as well as enabling his medium, technology makes up one of the artist's key subject matters as he highlights the driving forces of change in the contemporary world at the intersection of art and tech.
In crypto since 2015 and one of the first to mint his art in 2019, Rutger van der Tas is one of web3’s original creators. A seasoned advocate for the opportunities that web3 can bring, the painter and digital artist sits with Nina Knaack to discuss finding the next step in generative art and creating a space for every emotion.
Tania Rivilis’ plywood portraiture explores the consciousness of the characters she paints, depicting our identities and the relations between them. Her bold colours and brushstrokes create rich characters whose lives expand beyond the frame. She speaks to Steph Kunkel about making sense of history, and why she does it via NFTs.
The Canadian-born artist brings his cerebral musings and a passion for traditional art and literature into his digital paintings. Berlin-based, he speaks to Georgie Miller about finding deep meaning in remixing tradition.
Blending traditional oil techniques with digital tools, Anibal Argañaraz is a leading figure in the digital expressionism style. The Argentine artist sat down with Georgie Miller to explore the layers of meaning in his art and why NFTs are a revolution that changed his life.
Foleee’s natural talent helped him stand out in his youth, but over time, it gave way to career necessity. Speaking to Ola Kalejaye, Foleee explains how web3 helped him rediscover his love of drawing.
“I would rather create art about losers and give them a spotlight.” Georgie Miller sits down with Taya Ferdinand to explore the message behind the melancholy and the role of roosters in Taya's digital paintings, and how web3 gave her an opportunity that she couldn't turn down.
Francien Krieg asks the questions that nobody else asks through her portraits. The Dutch painter has been exploring the topic of human transcience for decades; web3 has given her an audience she never had. She sat down with Leo Nasskau to discuss her journey, her artwork, and the concept of ageing.