New Artists On SuperRare


Weekly introduction to new artists on SuperRare.

Moxarra Gonzalez

ContETHporary artist from México

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Keep on smiling cause when you’re smiling, the whole world smiles with you


North Carolina, USA

Jonathan Wolfe

Calgary, Canada
20 year old Canadian artist working with paint and digital.
twitter: jonathanwwolfe

got lost going home
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I can never find my way.

Kirsten Zirngibl

San Diego, CA
I am an artist currently developing a video game about being an art historian thousands of years in the future.

The Platform
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This is a style exploration, an attempt to visualize what a personal operating system might actually look/feel like when revealed to others in a transhuman society. Abstraction is used to convey the truly exotic nature of the deep future, where pattern and intent can be discerned, but the culture and tech are beyond a modern human’s comprehension. Inspired by my ideasthesia, this is also the first piece where I attempted to digitally portray my “timeforms.” (2D shapes that change and iterate through time as the 3rd dimension.) They can visualize states of a system, to reflect on how they changed in the past or to project models into the future. When creative problem solving, I get the impression of these types of forms, even though I can’t fully explain or decode them consciously. On completing this, I really felt that I’d found my voice as an artist. Resolution: 6,000 x 4,500

Alessio De Vecchi

Alessio was born in Italy and graduated from Istituto Europeo di Design. After starting his career as an industrial designer in Milan, he moved to New York in 2006. He has been working as an art director and cg artist in New York, Milan, Tokyo with clients like Adidas, LG, H&M, Margiela. His creations have earned positive attention from Vogue, ID Magazine, The Creators Project among others. He’s currently residing in Tokyo, finalizing his debut short movie as a director.

In abandoned places
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This piece is part of an ongoing series. It investigates the will to regain physical and mental space, but also the necessity of exploring the recesses of the self. The furry worm is wandering. He’s bright in color, but we can’t tell what his mood might be. It’s not given to know if he’s lost or in control of the exploration.⁣⁣

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