New Artists On SuperRare


Weekly introduction to new artists on SuperRare.

Ben Watts

Freelance FX Technical Director / Designer with a passion for creating unique art.

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A rare beauty undiscovered in the most unlikely of places.


For PRØHBTD, crypto art isn’t a form or style, it means liberation, democratizing access and tagging blocks on the chain. Our art explores two central themes, FACE It and ESCAPE It, outwardly conflicting concepts that interconnect to bring harmony and balance through a state of chaos. Through the prism of these themes, we take on all forms of control with art that beautifies contrast, displaces institutions and redefines normal. 3.14% of all sales are donated to

Wage Gap
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Real change NOT spare change.


Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Joseba Elorza (a.k.a. MiraRuido) is a digital artist. As a freelance illustrator and animator, he has worked for publications like Esquire or WSJ and directed videos for brands like National Geographic, Amazon Studios or music bands like Green Day among others. He tries to make his creations go beyond being just a pretty picture; by creating impossible worlds and implausible situations, the purpose is to produce in the viewer an ironic half-smile or feelings like uneasiness or disbelief.

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There’s nothing like stopping in the middle of the road and taking a look at the planets swaying in the wind.……………… By manipulating existing material, I seek to create new realities and tell new stories. | Created in After Effects & Photoshop | 1080×1080 | Joseba Elorza (a.k.a. MiraRuido). 2021.

Teun van der Zalm

The Netherlands
In 2016 Teun began developing a process to create nebulas in 3D using particles controlled by physics and manipulated with noise fields. As of 2017, he has used his skills for VFX projects (Star Trek Discovery, The Orville), commercials, games etc. He has worked with clients such as Dolby, Xiaomi, Microsoft, HP, Hisense, EA Motive, Pixomondo, Neocore Games, CoSa VFX, Goodbye Kansas Studios, FuseFX, FEDEZ, FKA Twigs and many more

Beauty in Chaos
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In collaboration with DJ/Producer Alex Preda, we try to connect electronic music with the awe and beauty of our cosmos. In these interstellar cloud formations lies a dance between beauty and chaos. Energies colliding with each other forming new building blocks of life. 1920x1080px 25 sec

Daniel Harper

Glasgow, Scotland
Hello. I’m a designer based in Scotland working in generative art, live visuals and 3D animation – exploring geometric structures, hidden patterns and organic systems

Metamorphosis 01
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Transcending rigid form into a complex and unique structure

Jon Beinart

Melbourne, Australia
Jon Beinart is known for his strange intricate paintings and drawings as well as his Toddlerpede doll sculptures. Jon is also the owner/director of Beinart Gallery in Melbourne, Australia.

Mother of All Toddlerpedes
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Jon Beinart will ship a small Toddlerpede doll sculpture to the winner of this auction. This is Jon Beinart’s largest Toddlerpede doll sculpture (2009) and was built with approximately 100 plastic baby dolls and a welded copper armature. The piece was significantly larger than the artist himself and was dismantled a few years after it’s creation. The doll parts were then reused to build other Toddlerpede sculptures. This photo was taken by Max Milne. Images of Jon’s Toddlerpedes were published in numerous art books and magazines over the years and frequently went viral online. Jon stumbled upon his Toddlerpede series by accident while messing around with plastic baby dolls. In 2002 he joined a few doll torsos together and noticed (to his delight) that they formed insect-like segments, and voilà, the infamous Toddlerpede was born. Jon found his creations adorable and hilarious and was initially surprised when people were offended and even shocked by them. Over the years, as his Toddlerpedes have spread all over the Internet, they have elicited strong reactions and have even been the subject of hate mail. Some people have found them endearing and amusing, while others have assumed that they are addressing issues, such as radiation and genetic mutation, or the subversion of childhood innocence. While Jon has enjoyed interpreting the unconscious meaning behind his Toddlerpedes and has even mused about their natural habitat and an alternate world in which they may have evolved, he prefers to leave them open to interpretation so that viewers can make up their own stories. Over the years, Jon’s Toddlerpedes evolved from small centipede- and scorpion-like creatures to complex hydra-like monstrosities with hundreds of doll torsos. The largest Toddlerpede was significantly larger than the artist himself. While Jon’s profile had grown with the notoriety of his Toddlerpedes, images of them were frequently shared online with no credit, so most people who encountered Toddlerpedes had no idea who had created them. While this bothered Jon at the beginning, he gradually came to accept that his babies had grown up and left home and had taken on a life of their own. Jon created his last Toddlerpede sculpture in 2011 and decided to move on and dedicate more time to drawing and painting.



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A culmination of everything I learned after a year and half of creating one piece a day. 2000 x 2667

Daniel Liang

An artist dedicated to creating visions no one has ever seen.

– Temple
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Digital Painting || 5838 x 7200 px

Oscar Pettersson

Oscar Pettersson is Stockholm based 3D motion designer who create unique and mesmerizing looping animations. The artworks are intricate and with infinite motion disguised in a playful and delicate simplicity. He leaves the audience with an urge to understand.

– Sneaky Stairs –
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Perfect timing on repeat, forever.

Ryan Koopmans

Ryan Koopmans (BA, MFA) is an award winning Dutch-Canadian artist interested in the built environment and the societies that are shaped by those environments. His book ‘Vantage’ published in 2020 depicts surreal structures in our world’s megacities and urban landscapes. Koopmans’ artwork is collected & exhibited worldwide and been featured by WIRED, Architectural Digest, CNN, Vogue, GQ, The Guardian, Mercedes-Benz & more. Latest Project

The Wild Within – ‘Eternity’
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‘Eternity’ is a piece from the series ‘The Wild Within’ by Ryan Koopmans and Alice Wexell. Based on real-world physical spaces, an animated rebirth into a digital realm has been created. During the Soviet Union, the Georgian town of Tskaltubo was a popular health destination famed for its therapeutic water and luxurious sanatoriums. Between the 1940’s to 1980’s thousands of people visited, including Stalin and his high-ranking officials from Moscow. When the Soviet Union collapsed, the buildings were deserted and fell into disrepair. Since the early 90’s, they have been slowly dismantled and stripped of their valuable materials, leaving empty shells of what were once grandiose classical structures. Koopmans visited this region over several years, exploring the ruins and photographing the spaces. Upon returning, in collaboration with Alice Wexell, they digitally introduced vegetation, manipulated the lighting and structure, added sound by Ross K, and animated the scenes with the intention of reviving the empty spaces, essentially bringing life back into the rooms. The results are a surreal collision between the past and future, as well as the physical and digital worlds. Some of the buildings depicted in this project have been demolished in recent months, further emphasizing the theme of time passing in the cycle of growth and decay.

vinicius costa

New York – Brooklyn
Vinicius Costa is an artist whose highly detailed work is characterized by a distinct style and who is known for creating fantastic worlds. The press has celebrated his work for being “jaw-droppingly detailed, original, and weird…” along with showering it with accolades such as “stunning craftsmanship and imagination!” A Clio and ADC Young Guns winner, he has also spoken about his style at multiple conferences .

Miss Mistress
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This Image was created assembling fragments of different moments (or should I call it scenes) together, it captures fragments of a mysterious romance where what is right or wrong is being questioned. A business man arrives at a hotel, or is it a motel ? carrying a gift in his luggage, a woman silhouette is seen through the frosted glass of an elevator, the same woman is also seen outside in a car with lights on, she thinks, what is she thinking ? A bird is seen outside a cage at the top surrounded by a neighborhood. My intention with this image is to encourage discovery and I want you to enjoy “reading” this story paying attention to the multiple objects and high amount of details spread everywhere, you are the voyeur spectator that is being encouraged to be an investigator. (size: 3000 x 2467)

Hayden Zezula


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Kristina and Aleksandr create modern generative art and innovative tools that raise the bar on the synergistic possibilities of visuals and sound. Participated in many international festivals and exhibitions in Russia, Germany, Indonesia, USA, Peru. Including MUTEK festival, GAMMA Festival, Electric Castle Festival, Lunchmeat Festival, Moscow Planetarium, Orpheum Theatre LA e.t.c.

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Reflections on what Michelangelo’s David’s Head could be if it was made by The sound is generated with modular synthesizers in real-time.

Liam Pitchford

London, UK
Artist/Director based in London. Worked with brands such as Nike, Apple, Prada and PlayStation. Likes to explore abstraction and composition through 3D design. Creating work that feels tactile and expresses emotion or mood.

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Daydream represents a stream of consciousness that detaches from life. With everything that’s been going on in the world this last year I wanted to create a space that promotes relaxation and comfort. The dawn lighting of a summers day and the floral like pillows act as something to encourage positivity. I hope you can spend time with this piece. Looking at different areas and noticing the small details and compositions, just taking some time to pause and focus on something beautiful.


Illustrators and mograph artists Qimono is a french animation duo endlessly exploring anatomy mechanics and satisfying loops. Augusta Sarlin & Maxdlr

#06 Rodent
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Never-ending raccoon pop-up.

Michael Kutsche

Los Angeles
Michael Kutsche is an award-winning German artist based in Los Angeles. He is a self taught artist who works both in digital and traditional media. His work is best described as an astoundingly lifelike depiction of parallel realities, populated by odd characters reminiscent of movies, comics but also Flemish Renaissance Painting. His unique approach of imaginative character creation has led him to become a character designer on Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” and many other Disney movies.

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“As perpetual seekers, our hunt leads us to the darkest depths, losing ourselves the further we go. But the final piece, the one that we hope will make us complete, will always be out of reach, so we keep on seeking, forever.” Artwork information: 1600x1200pixels, 150 frames, 24 fps. 4k version available.

Jonny Kaye

Brighton, UK
A portrait photographer/filmmaker from Brighton, UK who documents human behaviours and subculture with strong influences of 70’s punk rock. Images are captured using various camera films and digitally processed. To date work has been published in magazines and exhibited worldwide. You can find me on INSTA @SorryJonnyDied

Here To Save Us
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Part of the body study series.


NastPlas are an international creative duo based in Madrid, Spain and formed in 2006 by illustrator Fran R. Learte ‘drFranken’ and creative director Natalia Molinos ‘Na’ (together ‘NastPlas Team’). NastPlas’s work has garnered international acclaim from independent design and culture magazines across the globe. Clients: Apple, Red Bull, Nike, Nexus Studios, Dynaudio, Orbit Red, Universal Music, Sports Illustrated, HarperCollins Publishers, McCann Worldgroup , Macmillan Publishers, & more..

Suiseki – 水石
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In this work we have been inspired by the Japanese art of Suiseki, (“sui” means “water” and “seiki” means “rock”) which is based on the interpretation and contemplation of small-sized stone forms formed by nature without any kind of manipulation. The landscape stones, as they are also called the Suiseki are admired for their beauty and ability to suggest a natural scene or an object intimately related to nature. Traditionally they are exposed on a wooden base, a base that adapts to the contours of the stones, or on a flat tray with sand or water. The beauty of a Suiseki derives in part from its ability to suggest a scene or object. The simpler the rock, the more capacity for suggestion it will have. We have created different types of 3D stones eroded by water and we have connected them to create these three scenes that suggest multiple interpretations and evoke different landscapes and natural organic forms. We have also emphasized the use of color, textures and light so that together with the simplicity of the forms it shows a greater expressivity that incites the imagination of the observer so that it completes each scene in his mind in a captivating way.

Vickie Vainionpaa
Vickie Vainionpaa is a contemporary oil painter using generative 3D software. Her work is shown, collected, and represented internationally by: Olga Korper Gallery (Canada), Nicola Pedana Gallery (Italy) and Robert Fontaine Gallery (Palm Beach).

Soft Body Dynamics 40
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This unique digital painting is composed of eight Soft Bodies generated in the past 6 months. Since 2017, I have been making oil paintings which originate from this generative 3D process. The script I use randomly plots B-spline points in 3D space, a sort of automatic line drawing technique, putting the computer at the start of the creative process and encouraging a dialogue between myself and the machine. The interplay between digital forces and traditional media is an ongoing theme in my work. The winner of the auction will receive a high resolution video file and a Verisart certificate of authenticity.

Dimitri Daniloff

Dimitri Daniloff first studied science and technology. The word “technography” comes to mind as you stand captivated by his highly obsessional concepts. He calls upon matter, bodies and technology to display his specific vision of the very mutation of Men. Multi-award-winning photographer his concepts create a paradoxical atmosphere that has seduced the biggest brands, Twisting reality, “making the invisible visible”, while remaining in an ambiguous virtual/reality context.

The Keeper
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5197×5197 px at 300 DPI mixing digital photography and 3D. At the end of the day the Daft Punk were gone and I remain at the studio with the model and the 2 helmets. This is the fourth image from the series “The Keeper”. An important series for my career that I shot with Daft Punk for Lemon Magazine. When thinking about Daft Punk I had this coming to mind: Does the intervention of machines / masks on our bodies enable us to get closer to whom we truly are? I proposed the magazine to shoot Daft Punk integrating a 3D cyborg woman into the existing pictures, thus proposing my own vision of an augmented human being. The woman being the keeper of their secret identity. Debra Shaw was the model I work with to create the body language of the cyborg woman, she was then removed and replaced by the cgi model. The series is composed by 6 images in single edition, no other copies have been sold until now and no other copies will be sold. These images will only remain in the blockchain

Hedi Xandt

Hedi Xandt is an award-winning visual artist and sculptor. His work ranges from digital works to monumental sculptures, encompassing and evolving classical subjects such as vanity, philosophy and psychology. Through traditional and digital creation techniques, the artist blurs the lines between illusion and existence: The virtual becomes real. For the first time ever, the original digital sculptures of Hedi Xandt are available to collectors as uniques on SuperRare.

Impurità Nera
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Impurity. The ultimate sacrilege, the inevitable taint of man. Impossible to cleanse. A thin veil – shrouding all, concealing nothing • This digitally created sculpture is based on the classicist work of Giovanni Strazza (1818 – 1875) • The owner of this piece will receive a physical certificate, unique print portfolio and the high resolution 3D model of the sculpture itself.

Jonathan Yeo
Jonathan Yeo is one of the world’s leading contemporary portrait artists, known for both traditional and experimental portraiture. His sitters include David Attenborough, Malala Yousafzai, Damien Hirst, Idris Elba, Nicole Kidman, Baroness Lawrence and The Duke of Edinburgh. In 2018, Jonathan exhibited a series of works at the Royal Academy of Arts in London derived from new technologies, including the first sculpture made using an innovative process combining 3D scanning, VR and 3D printing.

Self Portrait³
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In Self-portrait³, Jonathan takes you on a journey around his studio to witness an imaginary artwork forming on a canvas sitting on an easel. 3D technology allowed Jonathan to see himself in a completely new light – in 3D, he can walk around himself as if looking at another person. Facilitating the im/possible, Self-portrait³ becomes a space where the audience can see Jonathan’s self-portrait as a 3D object, a 3D painting, and a time-lapse of the painting process, all in one piece. The artwork created in Jonathan’s virtual studio is an entirely imaginary thing, yet the ability to blur the lines and make something look like it is happening in the real world, in this case, Jonathan’s studio, is an exciting prospect to develop. Jonathan Yeo is one of the world’s leading contemporary portrait artists, known for both traditional and experimental portraiture. His sitters include David Attenborough, Malala Yousafzai, Damien Hirst, Idris Elba, Nicole Kidman and The Duke of Edinburgh. This work uses a Fair Trade Art Certificate and 25% of the artist’s proceeds will benefit YoungMinds. Verisart Certified:

Mark Titchner
Mark Titchner’s (b. 1973) work involves an exploration of the tensions between the different belief systems that inform our society. Focusing on an exploration of words and language, much of his recent production has been based in the public realm both in the UK and internationally. He has been nominated for the Turner Prize and participated in the Venice Biennale. His work is in the collections of Tate, Arts Council, British Council, South London Gallery, Manchester Art Gallery, among others.

We only need desire
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When did we learn to want everything? We want. We need. We want to want. We want to need. We need to want. Consequently, we both need and want to consume. This endless desiring is the productive force that drives our world. The creation of this desire cannot end, even if everything else does. This force surrounds us in an endless cycle of formation and dissipation. In this oscillation it declares itself to us and us to it, our need. It whispers gently, “There is no alternative”. In our imagination can we give form to this dream lover? Mark Titchner’s work involves an exploration of the tensions between the belief systems that inform our society, be they religious, scientific or political. Focusing on an exploration of words and language, much of his recent production has been based in the public realm both in the UK and internationally. This work uses a Fair Trade Art Certificate and 25% of the artist’s proceeds will be split equally to benefit the mental health charities Hospital Rooms and Bethlem Gallery. Verisart Certified:

Adam Broomberg

Adam Broomberg is an artist, activist and educator. He is a professor of photography at HFBK and has work in major public and private collections including MoMA, Tate, and Centre Pompidou. The works he has made as NFT’s are all collaborations that deal with issue of diversity and inclusivity.

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The history of queer representation is laden with violence, erasure and shame, but it’s also full of stories of survival, persistence and joy. One of those is this self-portrait made on Piha beach in 2016 in Auckland, New Zealand by my friend, collaborator and muse the transgender actress and activist, Gérsande Spelsberg aka Gigi.

Shepard Fairey

Los Angeles
In 1989, while at RISD, Shepard Fairey created the “Andre the Giant has a Posse” sticker that later evolved into the OBEY GIANT art campaign. His 2008 portrait of Democratic candidate Barack Obama became an internationally recognized emblem of hope. Since then, Fairey has painted 105+ public murals, become one of the most sought-after and provocative artists globally, and changed the way people converse about art and view the urban landscape.

Obey Ideal Power Mural
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“The Obey Ideal Power mural NFT explores different incarnations of power and asks the viewer to consider the negative impacts of certain forms of power and the social and environmental benefits of other forms of power. The work intends to provoke an honest analysis of power that should be reformed or regulated because of the damage it causes and encouragement to value the power that aligns with and perpetuates one’s ideals.” The NFT carries a Verisart Fair Trade Art Certificate and Shepard Fairey will be personally donating 25% or a minimum of $25,000 of the proceeds to Amnesty International to support their important human rights efforts. American artist Shepard Fairey had changed the way people see art and the urban landscape. Over his career, his work has evolved into an acclaimed body of art, including the 2008 “Hope” portrait of Barack Obama. His works are in the permanent collections of the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art, MoMA, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and many others. Verisart Certified: (c) 2021 Obey Giant Art, Inc.

Archan Nair

Berlin, Germany
Archan’s visual expressions are part of a journey which is influenced by the mysteries of existence and how every action, emotion, our interconnectedness in a universal scale sets of a chain of reactions. His work has been featured in Rolling Stone, Vogue, and VICE Creators. and has achieved recognition from music artists like Kanye West along with collaborations with Lindsay Lohan and Justine Bateman and brands such as Nike, Sony, Redbull, Microsoft, Samsung among many others.

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This piece was an expression of a beautiful realization I had.. the universe being a beautiful play, and not just a singular dimensional play but an unfolding in various levels which it plays with itself. Every character, situation and its environment is so intricately interwoven to create stories. It seems even more clear now that consciousness itself loves to manifest as a multifractal complex layered of tapestry where the characters and its environment are lost in its own performance trying to find itself through this mystic play.

Peter Mohrbacher

Sarasota, Florida
Peter’s iconic Angels have had a sizable impact on the way pop culture depicts divine beings. You can see shades of his influence throughout the digital art world and spot references peeking through in movies, video games, and the work of other NFT artists. The majority of his career has been independent, supported by his thousands of fans worldwide. //Clients include – Blizzard, Wizards of the Coast, Spyglass, CCP, among others. //Awards: He’s got them

Raziel, Scholar of the Infinite
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Flora Borsi

Flora uses photo manipulation to create self-portraits, has exhibited worldwide from China to LA and at the Louvre .Her work was the key visual of Photoshop in 2014 and Adobe’s Creative Cloud in 2019. She’s on US Forbes’30 under 30 list and Hasseblad’s Heroine of 2021. Featured by: VICE, The Guardian, BBC and many more.

Eternal Flame
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Made for my love. Self-Portrait, 2020. Photography based animation. Made with Hasselblad & Photoshop and After Effects. Comes with a gift.

Kyle Smith

Los Angeles
Kyle Smith is a Visual Artist living and working in Los Angeles. His works are shared frequently and occasionally virally across the internet, speaking to the resonance created by his minimalistic visuals paired with universally relatable concepts. His highest aspiration is for his work to give inspiration.

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Evoking feelings of longing for what we desire. PNG 2160x2160px


Dance of Death 3
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Churning clouds presage something dreadful. In an orbit of stains and smudges, a human skull is separated from its body and is faced with the impossibility of its situation. It rests on an hourglass, overlooking the fall of the last grains of sand. A gaping mouth and twisting face release a silent and continual wail.

Zigor Samaniego

Veteran 3D art director who has worked for Nickelodeon, Wired or Prada…

Tardigrad Cosplay
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A Little character dressed as a tardigrade, his mother spent weeks preparing this costume for the high school costume contest.

Jesse Kanda

Tokyo / London
Jesse Kanda (b. 1987, Japan) is a visual artist and musician known for his surrealist, sculptural works. Over the last decade he has created album covers and music videos for Arca, Björk, FKA twigs, as well as his own musical work under his moniker Doon Kanda. He has performed and exhibited internationally in galleries and festivals like MoMA PS1 NYC, ICA London, and Sonar Barcelona.

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‘Slow’ is a digital sculpture work with a material that emulates a combination of skin, fat, and porcelain. It depicts a figure dancing in crucifix with limbs morphing into ribbons. It belongs to a body of work called ‘Luna’ which also includes my music as Doon Kanda. All ecological impact of this piece will be continually calculated and offset.


I AM A CYBER ARTIST / I create my art in two and three dimensions / My clients: Apple, Adobe, iTunes, Oppo, Universal Music, Huawei, The North Face, Krakatau, Periscope

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My first cyber drop is a collaboration with my friend @R66 who provided his physical mask for this shoot. Cyberpunk is an old genre of audio visual art, but definitely not exhausted. I want to update the perception of this field with another old genre of Fantasy. I created this piece with a SONY 7R2 camera and then edited it in Procreate on an iPad Pro. Full size image: 3879 x 4654 px.


French artist. #DataDada

Trolley forever !
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Hugo in the Dada frozen section . Hugo aux rayons Surgelés Eskimos & Trolley forever ! #DataDada !


There is something that lies beneath the surface, something undetected by the human eye, an abstract reality that cannot be seen or heard. Intuitions translated to images, frames, colors, sounds, words. The beauty and pain, the forgotten gift of being Human.

It’s Just A Felling
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Animation by Pandagunda – Sound by Jonsi – The good stuff has to first come from the inside before it can materialise on the surface. It’s Just A Feeling takes the form of a human body rather than the figurehead of Within to portray the living world: the awareness of the moment and living just in the moment. Now. No worry about tomorrow or ruminating about the past. To be who we really are, to shed everything we have ever learnt, about money and bills, greed, envy, revenge. To remember the valuable gift of being human

Yuan, Jinhua
Yuan Jinhua(b.1964)was conferred his Ph.D. in Arts by the China Art Institute in 2009. He is a world renowned ink artist and one of the foremost representatives of China’s modern art history. Since 1990, Yuan has been the subject of over one hundred group exhibitions, including 57th Venice Biennale in Italy and Milan Design Week (2017). Yuan has made a name for himself among many public institutions and art collectors, with his pieces frequently being sold at auction.

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‘Prayer’ express Yuan’s wish of the inner kindness and peace that people should have for each other, expressing an attitude of treating people equally, spurning selfishness, abandoning all burdens and boundaries. Also, this work is seeking to better represent the connection between people in terms of spiritual power. The ‘huggie’ symbol is not just a purely material substance, but also intangible and abstract. The subjects of ‘Prayer’ are infinite and unlimited– it can be a religious symbol, nature, or any other subject that can receive feedback of spiritual power, including the behavior of embrace itself.

Zack Dougherty

Hateplow | ZaWoDo (b. 1989 in Mountain View, CA) is known for his imaginative GIF animations under the digital alias Hateplow. His new media work have exhibited in physical and digital locations around the world – galleries and servers alike.

The Iron Key [Dataphilia. no.2]
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Polished yellow amber artifact containing an encrypted IronKey USB drive. The drive holds 7002
Bitcoin put into cold storage by Stefan Thomas (2011). The second to last password attempt was
made in 2025; one attempt remains. *Beside the artifact is a 1cm cube to indicate scale and
orientation. [ This piece is part of a larger collection of Crypto Artifacts ]


Veteran Art Director and concept artist since 1996. Microsoft. Author of the Structura art books. credits: Halo, Prince of Persia, Assassin’s Creed, RAGE, & above 150 book covers…

Through the channel
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personal work 2011

Andrée Wallin

Concept designer. Projects include: Mandalorian, Force Awakens, Oblivion, Jurassic World 3, Ant-Man 3, Godzilla, Rise of Skywalker, Star Wars: Rogue One among others.

Cthulhu Ascending
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Number 3; This is my interpretation of the immensely popular H.P. Lovecraft creation and the third in the series of nine. It has taken roughly 20 years from opening Photoshop for the first time to get to the point where I can technically pull off a painting like this. The design is simply my take on the classic Cthulhu octopus head and the location was a photo I took of ‘Black Beach’ in Iceland a few years ago. Standing on that beach the vision of this gigantic creature stepping out of the ocean was as clear as day. Experience the cosmic horror and follow the journey at

Bella Kotak

Imagination influences perception. Inspired by fairytales, wanderlust, and nature, with my pictures I invite you into my little world. Join me on this journey as I strive to lift the veil of the overlooked to remind us that there’s magic in the most ordinary of spaces and a story in every place. | Twitter & IG: @bellakotak

Dance Of The Butterflies
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“I had a dream I was awake and I woke up to find myself asleep.” In the space between reality
and imagination you and I will forever exist in an infinite spring… | Created in collaboration
with David Ariew, and music by Morgan Nichol.

David Åberg

Stockholm Sweden
We have always been able to to go further with our minds and our imaginations than we can possibly go in physical reality, but we can now do this more convincingly than ever. Through digital media we can create entities that have never existed before. My sculptures represent an attempt to visualize what personas of the future might look like and how they might exist in a realm composed entirely of fantasy identities, invented emotions, aspirations and personal histories.

Ultra – Fusion version one
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** the merging of our physical world ** Illusion * artificiality * **
naturality * in ** lucid consciousness ****

Raphael Lacoste

Assassin’s Creed Franchise Veteran Art Director & Prince of Persia. Winner of 2 VES Awards . Matte Painter / Concept Artist . Film Credits : Jupiter Ascending, Terminator, Immortals, Journey to the center of the earth. Worked in Film and AAA Video Games for +20 years.

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After several days in the plains, they passed between the cliffs and went down in the bay. The salty oceanic air refreshed, after their passage through the swampy area where the mower oppressed them. Behind the last rocky edge, the observatory was there, standing in the twilight. They could not imagine such a imposing monument even if they had been told about it: observation towers and stellar antennas were lost in the clouds, like steeples of cathedrals of the ancient world in the mist . Jack looked at his gps device, we are 1 hour ahead, let’s go to the central dome to analyze the signals … jpg 4500 x 2889 pixels.

Sam Cannon
Thinking About Getting Into 3D

Thinking About Getting Into 3D 14
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Artist in Base Pose 2 – one of three resulting artworks from the virtual performance “Thinking About Getting Into 3D”

Furio Tedeschi

South Africa
Digital Artist / Concept Artist ………………………… Working in Film and Video Games Industry for over 20 Years on some projects such as Raised by Wolves, Cyberpunk 2077, Pacific Rim, The Quiet Place, Transformers, Starwars, Halo 2, Mass Effect, Resident Evil, Silent HIll and also proud holder of an ADG Award :]

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Sometimes you can hear
still her whispers

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