New Artists On SuperRare

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Weekly introduction to new artists on SuperRare.

Steven Baltay

Brooklyn NY
stevenbaltay.com
Steven Baltay is a 3D artist based in Brooklyn, NY. His work revolves around surreal representations of organic forms that evoke surprise, disgust, and satisfaction.

Free Sample
Edition 1 of 1
The first SuperRare release of Steven Baltay “Free Sample” is about uncontrollable cravings, ice cream, and taking more than just a taste. Steven Baltay is a 3D artist based in Brooklyn, NY. His work revolves around surreal representations of organic forms that evoke surprise, disgust, and satisfaction.\

kidmograph

Buenos Aires
kidmograph.com
Motion Designer

Eternal Breath
Edition 1 of 1
Seamless loop of an eternal layered mind. Original Sound. 480 frames.

Olive Allen

New York
oliveallen.com
Olive Allen (OA) is a New York-based visual artist working at the intersection of art and technology. Her art, sardonic in nature, explores current cultural shifts through deeply personal experience. Olive is one of the early adopters and founders in the blockchain space. She got her first Bitcoin in 2013 and became actively involved in the community, whose idealistic ideas of transparency, individual privacy, and economic freedom she still shares.

It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense
Edition 1 of 1
Art is meant to free us from ourselves, to help us transcend the mundane… This work is the first of its kind – a stream of my subconscious mind… which turned out to be very symbolic in essence… I’ll leave it open to interpretation.

Justin Cooper

Sydney / Australia
wrongbedroom.com
Justin Cooper is a multidisciplinary artist based in Sydney, Australia. His work is inspired by weird fiction and the captivating nature of strange imagery of vivid imagination. He has completed a residency in Paris at the International Cite Des Arts and was invited by Jam Projects to be part of a mural project in San Diego, California. Previous years include solo shows with AM Gallery, Sydney – Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne – Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Sydney.

Byflig Bot
Edition 1 of 1
Drones Are Cool, But Robot Slayer Birds Are Better.

Suryanto sur

Indonesia
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.”

Monopolism
Edition 1 of 1
It may be difficult to imagine of fragmented life, each autonomously hoping to be reborn into privileged status.

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