SuperRare Art Market Weekly Report

July 27 - August 2 Weekly recap of the 10 highest digital art sales on SuperRare.…

CYBORGIA MANIFESTO

By Hallidonto The children of the eighties are the prototypes of upgraded humanity. They are the children of the digital age, children of the first generation cyborg. The concept of humanity is…

Interview with Collector: Cao Yin

Cao Yin’s Favorite Top 3 Collections Robbie Barrat, Saint Nazaire This is the first officially released artwork of Robbie Barrat after he has started his academic program and set up his studio…

Meet the Artist: Damjanski and The Act of Erasure

Despite confinement, Yugoslavian and New-York-based artist Damjanski has been nothing but active lately. After launching three mobile applications and exhibition projects, this July, the artist released his first tokenized artworks exclusively on…

Cryptographic Hashing and Why Your Tokenized Art Collection is Worthless Without It

By conlan So you’ve conquered all technical hurdles required to buy a piece of tokenized art on the blockchain. This is no easy feat and you should be rightfully proud. Blockchains are…

How an Idea Was born and Changed During the Creative Process

This editorial is written in four hands by me (Fabiano Speziari) and Miwa. We want to tell how was born the idea of ​​the Clod 555.…

SuperRare Art Market Weekly Report

July 20-26 Weekly recap of the 10 highest digital art sales on SuperRare.…

The Complacency of Crypto Art

This is the time to leave the art market behind. By Beatriz Helena Ramos “Blockchain feels like it’s either the wild west or the Renaissance,” said Judy Mam, our cofounder, at Christie’s…

Decentral Eyes: Warren Buffet Variant Series

As part of my ongoing Decentral Eyes series which started over 2 years ago on SuperRare, I take a look at one of the biggest OPPONENTS of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency as a…

Naïve-artist & punk-sculptor discovers a passion for VR & cryptoart

By Angie Taylor VR Artist, Sculptor & Animator, Angie Taylor originally studied sculpture at art college in Scotland in the 1980s. She made wood-carvings, bronzes & steel constructions. Angie was, and still…
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