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Weekly Top 10 Picks by Tomm Zardoz
About the author:
Tomm Zardoz is a Spanish-Brazilian collector that helps and support a selected group of cryptoartist. His website zardoz.club features many virtual exhibitions and music events, mostly hosted in its various parcels on Cryptovoxels.
This is what could have happened if Edward Hooper was born inside the Nostromo.
Diegrich always creates delicate atmospheres mixed with some magical or strange elements. Pretty unique.
The choice of few elements and vibrant colors always work in Ekaitza´s art. Minimal-3D-pop at its best.
My Hexeosis favorite piece and also my biggest regret as a collector: I bought it and later sold it for a stupid cheap price. Will never make this kind of mistake again.
Sarah is the Goddess of Video Feedback, the quintessential maker of low-tech visuals that take you to a future that is already gone.
Crazy visuals, silly music, perfect loop. The ultimate Cryptoart video? Probably yes.
The “CryptoPope” series is a “must-see-must-have” in the Cryptoart scene. Funny, thoughtful, provocative, what else do you need?
Very few cryptoartists have their own, instantly recognizable style and Ilan Katin is one of them.
Take op-art, mix it with early-computer-graphics references and add just a touch of trashart and you probably will get a Jsf dish. Always delicious!
I fell in love with this piece the moment I saw it. Now I realize how much it symbolizes the year 2020 for me – desolate but sometimes beautiful.