SuperRare Art Market Weekly Report


June 1 – June 7

Weekly recap of the 10 highest digital art sales on SuperRare.

#10 hx_7c041 by hexeosis, collected by moderats from Jsf for $767
there is more day to dawn
#9 Mirror by sylo, collected by mantaxr for $849
The process of self-reflection, trying to understand who you are and how you are connected to others.
#8 ‘Reflection’ in motion… by Tom Erik Smith, collected by Tennessee Jed for $1,168
Animated edition of my painting ‘Reflection’. “Seek the wisdom of the ages, but look at the world through the eyes of a child.” ~ Ron Wild.
#7 Atomic Fairy by Alotta Money, collected by Basileus for $1,247
Nuclear energy is safe and is friendly, damned I am pretty sure that she is a fairy. Animated Collage, GIF, 43.9Mo, 614×418 pixels
#6 Fiat est violentiam – Police State by Carlos Marcial, collected by matrix for $1,473
The 8th part of the “Fiat est violentiam” series was inspired by this quote: “When police departments are sued for police brutality, that money should come from the unions and pension funds, rather than the taxpayers. Power of the purse. When you cut off the unlimited cash supply, police will begin to give a shit.” – Todd Hagopian | 5,000 x 4,045px PNG (rendered at 100 dpi)
#5 BROKEN by XCOPY, collected by tokenangels for $1,593
Proceeds will be donated to
#4 8 minutes 46 seconds – In Memoriam George Floyd by Matt Kane, collected by jim for $1,598
4K Animated GIF, 3840 x 2160 All proceeds from this initial sale will go to Campaign Zero: On May 31st, there was an interaction between Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo and the Floyd family in which CNN reporter Sara Sidner was a conduit, asking the family’s question of the chief. “I want to know if he’s going to get justice for my brother, arrest all the officers, and convict them.” How Chief Arradondo answered, removing his cap, should not soon be forgot. “Silence and inaction, you’re complicit,” he said of the officers he fired the day after George Floyd was murdered. If we are to see meaningful change in this world, we need leaders who are willing to buck the old culture and put forth new models. Chief Arradondo’s words set a new standard of expectation for accountability. Change arrives by leadership from within the institutions we seek change from. Therefore, we must not allow these rare interruptions to the status quo become covered over by noise. To create this animation, I introduced the database of this painting to various amounts of noise, to simulate the chaos created by so many voices speaking at once. No matter the noise, facts and the record of words spoken remain crystallized. This artwork is part of a larger series in which I investigate the people and messages featured on and aesthetics of fiat currency. I have released the first frame of this animation as a high resolution JPG, under a non-commercial license. Whomever connects to this artwork can freely print it, post it, use however suits the cause for justice. Additional Assets can be found here: I ask future collectors whom sell or trade this NFT to consider taking any amount and donating toward a cause that would serve to honor the memory of George Floyd.
#3 Child of the Spirit by Osinachi, collected by tokenangels for $1,661
Spirituality is important to a lot of people. But what happens when an individual inherits two forms of it that seem to contradict each other?
#2 Green Bottle by Osinachi, collected by Yin Cao for $2,142
This piece references the idea of toxic masculinity by showing that alcohol abuse and choice of music play a huge part in forming the behavior of men.
#1 DEFENSE NODE by Glass Crane, collected by colborn for $2,382
“The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability
of the human mind to correlate all its contents.” Created with
Zbrush, Cinema4D/Octane

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