Weekly introduction to new artists on SuperRare.
Motion Graphic Designer | 3D Illustration. Brown boy from East London. Creating my own style of fun and colourful 3D collectables.
Traditional painter living in the future or as Ray Kurzweil would explain; The Singularity. After finishing my studies as a welder by day and a painter by night, i continued my creative training at the mental institution of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam where they discovered my obsessive eye for detail and a borderline-neurotic commitment to the relationship between art and technology.
Kaybid is a street artist who brings images blended technique that includes street art, conventional collage, animation, video, GIF, and augmented reality. Kaybid’s street art and animation project, ongoing for over two years and nearly 400 individual unique collages created from 30 different species created and applied to the streets. He also make perfect loop animations with these collages. || www.kaybid.live
Chicago, IL | Boston, MA
Ethan Proia (he/him) // @ethanproia builds research-based, interactive experiences inspired by scientific and spiritual phenomena, philosophy, science fiction, and the mechanisms of the natural world. Through spatial sensing and scanning technologies, photographic media, light projection, mixed reality, and digital electronics, Ethan explores space, time, human presence, and control.
Ethan has worked with prestigious clients such as PANTONE & The United Nations to create immersive installations & mixed-reality experiences. His work was recently featured in the 2020 Ars Electronica Festival for Art, Technology, and Society and Chicago’s Millennium Park.
Ethan’s research investigates the convergence of digital and physical spaces, the future of human-computer interaction, and environmental interface. He is currently working at ARTECHOUSE as a production and experience designer, self-publishing his theories, and pursuing a BFA in Art & Technology Studies at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Grif is a award winning visual artist working across multiple disciplines. He’s art film ‘Chromatic’ premiered at TED 2018, he’s directed music videos for Wiz Khalifa, had work licensed for the official iPhone artwork, designed campaigns for Kanye West, and crafted product films for Givenchy. His studio and art practice is located in New York City. www.instagram.com/grif
Till Janz is a photographer, artist and tech geek at heart, who has built an international career as an image maker exploring storytelling and technology. He has gained international recognition over the years and his personal work has been published in many publications such as Interview USA, Zeit magazine, Dazed and Confused. Till has been commissioned for clients such as Nike, Burberry, Maison Margiela. For his commercial work Till is globally represented by artworld.agency
Currently an artist based in the United States. I specialize mostly in paintings and 2d digital art. Over the years I have had the opportunity to work with and be featured by numerous companies and galleries including Vox and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Hi 🙂 I’m Illustrator/ animator born and raised in London . a few years ago I had a massive injury to my hand that stopped me from drawing and now I make 3D graphics. (my hand got better also)
Raw yet instantly recognizable street murals evaporate the divide between high and low art, often jumbles disparate themes from mass media, popular culture and marginalized pockets of society.
Nelson Wu is a Canadian artist who is interested in animation and video games. He is a graduate of OCAD University and is currently working in the game and animation industry. He has produced a variety of illustrations, pixel art, and animations. A sense of dystopia, nostalgia, and surrealism are often themes present in the work.