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Adam Galambos

digital artist

Romanian artist graduated from the art school in Orader. He is involved in digital art and has been interested in 3D programs since the age of 12. He is inspired by everything around him, the world itself, but also by how it is seen by others. Through his works, he tries to express the emotions that he feels at the moment of creation. Recently, he has been creating darker and more abstract art, reaching back to its roots. His works, apart from technical excellence, also radiate a wide-ranging mystery. It is felt that the artist rethinks the entire concept of his work before it is created, perfectly weaving hidden threads and secrets. Although he is a young artist, he perfectly combines a complex message, intuition and technical skills, creating unique works of art.

His goal is to make his works thought-provoking, a certain experience, and to influence the viewer and his emotions. About how he creates and what he feels then, he says: “I feel an infinite catharsis during the creation that elevates me, gives me a wings and it’s pushing me from what is ordinary and average.”

shaman

1 920 x 2 688 px

0,70 ETH

Adeeb Jrrah

visual & 3D artist

Artist originally from Saudi Arabia. He has completed the Computer Graphics Master Academy course, as well as courses at Gnomon Website. He has been working in the NFT art industry since 2019. His art concentrates on visualizing mechanical robotics objects. The hard metal surface of the objects he creates is important in his work. His projects are primarily explorations around the creation of robots and high science fiction, as well as mechanical parts for cyborgs and other characters.

His art is inspired by the work of real engineers in robotics and CNC (Computer Numerical Control). With his knowledge of 3D software, he is able to create futuristic constructions with amazing designs. To achieve this, he spends a lot of time researching and learning.

utima

6 000 x 4 379 px

5,20 ETH

xinova

8 096 x 8 096 px

5,20 ETH

Aibrahim Zx

// Treepol Phromyong

digital artist and animator

Treepol Phromyong (Aibrahimzx) is a Thai artist and animator. He has been interested in drawing from an early age. Treepol grew up as an art nerd and has always been interested in creating new images. This passion pushed him to go to art studies. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts / Multimedia from Rangsit University and did not stop there, because to this day he’s learning about art and new art trends.

He’s particularly interested in high fantasy and science fiction, which is often represented by his works. His art is characterized by visible digital brush strokes that mimic the actual technique of applying paint. Despite this, the artist pays great attention to details. He is particularly eager to create portraits, delighting with the ability to capture the emotions of the characters he paints. Currently, he is an independent artist entering the world of crypto art.

future cop

2 048 x 2 732 px

1,30 ETH

i don't want to go to the fish market

2 048 x 2 481

1,30 ETH

mystery grandma

2 048 x 2 732 px

1,30 ETH

short hair girl

2 682 x 3 068 px

1,30 ETH

side way

2 000 x 1 125 px

1,30 ETH

Bartłomiej Jędrzejewski

concept artist

Concept artist and illustrator born in Poland. In his works, he uses a wide range of modern digital techniques, but also likes to refer to traditional ones. While painting, the artist focuses not only on creating a sense of credibility while maintaining the principles of the painting technique, but also in every work he tries to create a story with its own context and narrative that will be able to fascinate and evoke emotions. A recurring theme in his works is the journey and exploration of mysterious, unknown worlds full of unexpected encounters and amazing phenomena.

In his free time, he loves to travel. He always has a sketchbook with him for these occasions. Currently lives in Opole (PL), where he works as an illustrator and art director for a board game publisher.

an unexpecting meeting

4 742 x 1 692 px

0,91 ETH

an uncertain retreat

6 486 x 2 509 px

1,05 ETH

night walk

3 243 x 1 328 px

0,91 ETH

floating islands

6 314 x 3 000 px

0,91 ETH

a new journey

5 938 x 2 969 px

1,05 ETH

genesis - second chance

3 500 x 3 500 px

1,05 ETH

Danny Ingrassia

digital artist

Danny was born in Palermo, Italy. He started drawing as a child, which turned out to be his passion and he continues to develop it until today. During his adolescence, he attended an art school, and after graduating, he began his career as a tattoo artist. In the meantime, he decided to also start the Comics School in Palermo, from where he graduated and started his professional career. After this however, he decided that his destiny was not comics or tattooing, but creating illustrations. That was the time when his interest in dark art and horror surfaced. This particular passion for the genre of horror and cinema in general is clearly visible in his illustrations. Through a unique graphic design, the artist brings scary visions to life and tells entire stories with a single image. He is also known for creating scary reproductions of classic masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa or The Girl with a Pearl Earring. Today he works as an illustrator for companies and as a freelancer.

ventriloquist

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

ghost kid

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

close that door right now

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

inside the walls

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

beyond the door

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

supekutoramu

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

Dawid Jezierski

illustrator / concept artist / 2D animator

Artist originally from Koło, Poland. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź at the Faculty of Graphic Arts and Painting with a specialization in printmaking. In his work he draws inspiration from many different fields and creates in a variety of moods and techniques – from darkness and anxiety to vivid, bold and even abstract colors.

The main fields of his practice are concept art, illustration and occasionally 2D animation. In his work he tries not to think in one direction. He uses a wide range of styles – from comic and cartoon to semirealism and stylized realism. He always tries to select media and techniques so as to best capture the message and atmosphere of the work. He cares not so much to convey a content, but rather to tell a story. He often adds hidden details that give character and deepen the interpretation of the work. That’s why he especially likes illustrations. He is inspired by such artists as Piotr Jabłoński, Sergey Kolesov, but also by frugal and minimal ones such as Malika Favre.

woodstock babe

9 449 x 6 614 px

3,00 ETH

didymos

3 458 x 2 464 px

3,00 ETH

Endokrates

// Martin Treschl

digital artist

An artist from the Czech Republic. As a child, he was interested in drawing and painting, but did not pay much attention to it. Years later, he graduated from the SSUD school in Brno as a restorer of antique furniture. A few years later, however, he began to devote himself fully to digital art. He learned independently for two years, and then went to study concept art in Gdańsk at the Focalpoint School founded by Darek Zabrocki and Michał Kuś. After graduation, he started working in the entertainment industry as a concept artist. In the future, he hopes to work with a combination of traditional and digital techniques.

His art, although it’s fully digital, has a very traditional character. In the works one can see imitation of brush strokes, blur and non-ideality. All this adds up to the very impressionistic nature of his works. It gives them originality and refers to traditional techniques present in painting. The subject matter that the artist touches upon in his works is, above all, broadly understood fantasy. In his paintings appear angels, mermaids and elves. However, he does not shy away from creating classic portraits and quick studies.

amor training

1 920 x 1 184 px

0,46 ETH

elven forest

12 000 x 7 179 px

0,39 ETH

mermaid

3 500 x 2 193 px

0,52 ETH

werewolf

1 920 x 1 400 px

0,39 ETH

run

1 920  x 1 959

0,52 ETH

bath

673 x 950

0,39 ETH

Felipe Hueb

photographer / visual artist

Felipe Hueb is a Brazilian visual artist and photographer certified by the New York Institute of Photography. He was raised by a family of artists and musicians and has always been fascinated by classical art. At the age of 18 he began to photograph just for hobby. At the age of 28, he left his career as an electrical engineer in a multinational company and decided to dedicate himself only to photography. He started by photographing boudoir and artistic nude essays. He photographed tirelessly due to his passion for his work. At the same time, he improved his techniques and entered photographic contests. After a year of working as a professional photographer, he got 3 honorable mentions, one from the Moscow International Foto Awards and two from the Monochrome Contest Awards in the Fine Art and Art Nude categories.

Felipe has also provided photography and video services to large companies abroad, such as British American Tobacco in Cuba, the Embassy of Portugal in Brazil, and large Panamanian companies. He has also published 2 books: The Art of Photography and The Portugal Embassy in Brazil.

His art always seeks to impress the viewer. Felipe uses collage techniques to give more movement and mystery to photography. The goal is to freeze the emotion of the moment and impress the viewer in some way. He currently lives in Brasília making new art daily.

danger and temptation

2 067 x 2 657 px

0,65 ETH

the girl losted in her dream

2 067 x 2 657 px

0,65 ETH

the thinker

2 067 x 2 657 px

0,65 ETH

beauty matters

2 067 x 2 657 px

0,65 ETH

the hell girl

4 000 x 5 376 px

0,65 ETH

surreal moments in the desert of the mind

2 067 x 2 657 px

0,65 ETH

crazy life

1 080 x 720 px

0,65 ETH

Hegon

// Héctor González Casquete

new media artist

Héctor Gonzalez was born in Valladolid, Spain, in 1978. He studied applied arts, and audiovisual communication, influenced by the Avant-Garde cinematographic aesthetics of the beginning of the XX century. At a later stage, he completed a Master in Media Art and Image Sciences, in an academic approach that has influenced his artistic production. His broad theoretical knowledge and acquaintance of the digital world contribute to the high quality (both visual and concept level) of his works.
Héctor’s projects explore the intersections between technology, science, and humanities, experimenting with different genres like Bio Art, AI Art, and Video Art.

EUDAIMONIA, PSYCHE, SOPHOS, PHILOI are part of the project Computational Æsthetics

Computational Æsthetics looks into new ways of creating GPU optimized models not only suitable for creating images but converting other human ideas into expressive forms – more ‘universal’ than ‘classic’ – that are substantiated with philosophical and ontological values. The artist reflects on the AI-generated images and their latent meanings, visualizing different philosophical concepts, reflecting on the theory of Forms1 and their significances and significants.

Computational Æsthetic is about the creation of philosophical forms that have no clear understanding of what soul means yet but at the same time, they help humans find it. They enhance experiences when they are being used by humans to understand themselves.

psyche

7 000 x 7 000 px

1,50 ETH

eudaimonia

7 000 x 7 000 px

1,50 ETH

sophos

7 000 x 7 000 px

1,50 ETH

philoi

7 000 x 7 000 px

1,50 ETH

Jairo Guerrero

illustrator / concept artist / poster designer

Jairo Guerrero was born in Guayaquil – Ecuador, from an early age he was captivated by the images from cinema and literature. Although his university studies focused on Audiovisual Production, his dedication for the last 8 years has been to illustration, poster design, concept art and character creation.

His work stands out for the application of traditional and digital techniques influenced by fantasy, horror and science fiction.

Jairo has participated in editorial, cinematographic and conceptual projects for local and international clients such as: “Tambores de Guerra” (Editorial Nosolor – Spain), “La Dama Tapada” (Under Dog Films – Ecuador 2018), “Cult of Terror” (Argentina), “El ultimo guión” (Spain) and “Seamos Luz” (Quito – Ecuador). Similarly, he has had an important participation in festivals like “Fantasti’cs Festival” (2015/16/19-Spain), “Comic Con Ecuador” (2016 – 2021) and “Crystal Canvas” (2021-Poland).

Jairo is currently collaborating as Ambassador of the Japanese brand XP-Pen at its headquarters in Ecuador, dedicated to the development of new technologies and devices for digital art.

true love

3 189 x 4 488 px

1,20 ETH

no future

4 800 x 6 300 px

1,10 ETH

the beyond

3 508 x 4 961 px

0,80 ETH

saint

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

gravity to the end

4 800 x 6 300 px

1,30 ETH

the end

3 059 x 4 075 px

0,72 ETH

ruins

2 187 x 2 500 px

0,72 ETH

Joas Sebastian Nebe

visual artist

Joas – Sebastian Nebe is a Hamburg-born visual artist and curator, graduate in psychology and literature. His artistic achievements mainly include works in the field of video art and installations. However, he is no stranger to fine arts and NFT technology, which you can experience while watching the works we present.

Nebe’s  works stand out in a global context because they are known all over the world. His series of Philosophical Cartoons short videos is part of the DIAF (Deutsches Institut für Animationsfilm) collection. Santiago Capriccio, a short epilogue to Philosophical Cartoons, was selected as one of 100 works by non-Chinese artists on the streets of Shanghai as part of the Intrude Art & Life 366 exhibition organized by Zendai MOMA in Shanghai in 2008. That same year, the film was also shown at the Edinburgh Art Festival. Another important work is Climate Change Cartoons, a collection of films devoted to the issue of global warming, presented at the Letters from the Sky exhibition, which accompanied the 2011 UN climate change conference in Durban in South Africa.

Joas Nebe’s video art works have also been shown at major video art festivals, including the 25th Les Instants Video Festival (Bibliotheca Alexandrina Art Center, Egypt) in 2012, multiple times at MADATAC (Madrid), VIDEOFORMERS in 2014, 2015 and 2021 (France), Art Video Installation in 2015 (Israel) and many more.

Unconventional abstract paintings shown below take viewers on a journey full of riddles and questions. Nebe challenges the viewers, draws them into his play of meanings and understatements. His works create a space for stimulating the creativity of recipients and transferring them the role of an artist. Artworks convey emotions hidden under the paint, as well as sensitize viewers to color and shape. Thanks to this, the viewers can discover the hidden world of meanings by making their own interpretations.

figur #2

2 448 x 3 264 px

1,25 ETH

figur #5

2 448 x 3 264 px

1,25 ETH

figur #7

2 448 x 3 264 px

1,25 ETH

reclining nude

2 448 x 3 264 px

1,25 ETH

head #1

2 448 x 3 264 px

1,25 ETH

Katerina Fotaki

graphic / visual artist

Greek artist raised in the wilderness of Crete. She studied and graduated in Athens with a degree in Graphic Design and Visual Communication. She currently works in Berlin, which inspires her to create more illustrations. Her circumstances growing up made her a nature lover, but she has always been curious about the craziness of urban life. She is inspired by the environment she lives in and the emotions that surround her. For her, illustration is a way to express her dreams and feelings in a surreal way. She likes to create faces and figures, focusing more on their different emotions and expressions. Katerina’s paintings never run out of colours, as she has learned to live in colourful cities with a strong multicultural character. Her works can be described as psychedelic and definitely surreal.

“My aim is to capture as much emotion as possible in a way that makes the viewer notice the image for a few minutes. Through my paintings I want to evoke positive emotions, but sometimes I like to evoke a mysterious absurdity.” – Katerina Fotaki

family photo

2 480 x 3 508 px

0,75 ETH

wind took my brain

4 961 x 7 016 px

0,42 ETH

faces

4 961 x 7 016 px

0,85 ETH

Lara Scolari

painter / visual artist

An Australian visual artist who lives and works in Sydney, in the port city of Balmain. With a Master’s degree in Cross Disciplinary Art & Design from the University of New South Wales (MCDArtDes, UNSW) and years of experience working in the arts and culture sector, she expresses this wealth of knowledge in her art practice. She has participated in many international exhibitions and art fairs.

 Influenced by major artistic figures such as Brett Whiteley, Helen Frankenthaler, John Olsen, Hans Hoffman and Mark Rothko, she is an action/gestural painter, and her work is created in the style of abstract expression. Thus, she explores developed, experimental techniques and processes. She builds each work using a variety of media, creating depth through transparent layers that reveal hidden dioramas. 

Her works are inspired by memory, meditation, music, culture and the essence of Australia. She continues to explore the theme of capturing the invisible energy, movement, life force and emotion hidden beneath the surface of Australia’s complex culture – while reflecting the palette of its natural landscape.

mermaid

2 420 x 1 932 px

2,60 ETH

substrate

2 823 x 2 268 px

2,60 ETH

Jimmy's Lorrie

10 000 x 6 456 px

3,90 ETH

menindee

2 268 x 2 733 px

2,60 ETH

yin & yan

9 850 x 10 000 px

1,30 ETH

yan & yin

10 000 x 9 957 px

1,30 ETH

Manuela Mordhorst

visual artist, painter

Born in 1970 in Bonn, Germany. From 2002 to 2017 she worked as a self-employed photographer in Cologne. She has always had an interest in art in its various forms of expression, as she was encouraged to learn to play the piano, flute and church organ as well as dance and the visual arts in her early childhood. As a teenager, she got to know the world of art by going to exhibitions and learning under the supervision of private teachers.

She has been working as a visual artist, especially as a painter, since 2009, and since 2012 she has regularly participated in individual and collective exhibitions as well as presentations at art fairs. In 2019-2021, she was a board member of the art association Art Projekt in Bruchhausen-Vilse. In 2021, she participated as an Artist-in-Residence, Kunsthaus Stove at the Baltic Sea.

She currently lives in Handeloh near Hamburg and works in her studio in Visselhövede.

Memberships with Kunst in der Provinz e.V. Lower Saxony | BiK 
Awards: Artist in Residence, Kunsthaus Stove; Honorable Mention, Envision Arts Magazine (Dallas); Studio Next, Calcutta (India); Oyedrum, intersectional feminist magazine (USA).
The starting point of her works are observations of nature, such as structures and movement in vegetation, water, earth and sky. Intensive confrontation with the diversity of nature always means the penetration of different layers. The delicate boundary between land and sea, between sky and water, and the meeting of elements also touches our boundary between ourselves and the world, and the ever-changing boundary between what is known and what is different. The artist works mainly with natural materials, but also likes those she collects or makes herself, e.g. pigments. She says that the material itself is often a source of inspiration and a driving force to which it must flexibly adapt, so it also combines painting with the art of an object, work on paper with collage and gilding.

schärengarten I
archipelago Garden I
skärgård I

4 000 x 4 000 px

0,60 ETH

schärengarten II
archipelago Garden II
skärgård II

4 000 x 4 000 px

0,60 ETH

schärengarten III
archipelago Garden III
skärgård III

4 000 x 4 000 px

0,60 ETH

schärengarten IV
archipelago Garden IV
skärgård IV

4 000 x 4 000 px

0,60 ETH

schärengarten V
archipelago Garden V
skärgård V

4 000 x 4 000 px

0,60 ETH

Martyna Pszenniak

painter and digital artist

Artist born in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Graduate of painting at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. Her areas of artistic interests include painting, computer graphics, experimental techniques of analog photography and reportage photography. She has participated in many displays. Her works were present at such exhibitions as Crystal Canvas Game Graphics – Mediations Biennale in Poznań and at such galleries as Łaźnia Art Gallery in Radom, Omladine House in Belgrade, Consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany in Krakow.

At the beginning of her journey with art, she was engaged in painting. Back then, she experimented with a tool, often mixed techniques (mixing oil painting with spray paint, reflecting various materials and repetitive patterns), but in the case of her works in the area of digital painting, it is different. Her digital works are inspired mainly by industrial or urban climates in combination with the human individual. It is also important for her to show society through the image of the entity.

surveillance_1

7 936 x 7 525 px

0,35 ETH

thirty_two

2 991 x 3 912 px

0,35 ETH

surveillance_2​

5 603 x 5 563 px

sold

closer

1 280 x 720 px

0,68 ETH

Máté Varga

3D artist / videographer

“The topic of fabricated realities, games and a Second Life is still a big inspiration when I create, combined with the urban environment around us, the growing, living cities and the fight with nature.” – Varga Máté

Freelance 3D artist, videographer. He studied Media Design at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest. He already knew in high school that he would be involved in the field of 3d design, which he indeed specializes in today. Apart from company projects and orders, he also creates digital art full of artistic concepts. Varga Máté values the latest digital technologies, explores them and uses them in his work – both in projects for companies and in his digital art works. He is a fan of games and VR technologies, which he also uses in his work.

His artistic projects mainly combine topics such as the future urban environment, science fiction and post-apo. He is particularly interested in the life of the city as a living organism that grows, dies, transforms and produces meanings. This combines with technological thought and creates a dialogue between the robotic and natural worlds. In his works, the story is told by solids – complex, fantastic buildings and robotic creatures.

DHC_05

2 000 x 2 667 px

1,30 ETH

DHC_09

2 000 x 2 667 px

1,30 ETH

DHC_10

2 000 x 2 667 px

1,30 ETH

stack_01

4 000 x 5 000 px

1,30 ETH

streets_0725

3 000 x 4 000 px

1,30 ETH

land_A0

2 500 x 1 875 px

1,30 ETH

Max Mitenkov

digital artist / illustrator

Max Mitenkov is a Minsk-based illustrator and artist. He studied advertising design at Minsk University. He became interested in illustration on his own and decided to educate himself in this direction. He started working as a freelance illustrator in 2005. His works have appeared in advertisements, publications, and on book covers, including those of HarperCollins Publishing House. In 2012, he received the Special Jury Award at the 6th SICAF’12 International Digital Cartoon Contest, Seoul, Korea. He has repeatedly participated in exhibitions, the most recent being the European art fair NFT Crypto Art Island.

In his artworks, he expresses his vision of the world through an atmosphere of surrealism. The post-apocalyptic motif recurs more than once in his works, emphasized by the gray color palette, which he also uses frequently. The artist strongly focuses on the mood that emanates from his works. Often it has a vanitative character.

backward thoughts

3 660 x 3 660 px

2,60 ETH

cloud in the pants

3 660 x 3 653 px

2,60 ETH

to the last journey

7 472 x 3 780 px

2,60 ETH

morning

7 472 x 3 780 px

1,30 ETH

Philip Hofmänner

digital artist and filmmaker

A digital artist and filmmaker born in Zurich, Switzerland. Graduated with a Bachelor in Visual Communication/Animation from HSLU Lucerne. Winner of the prestigious NIFFF H.R. Giger Narcisse Award in Best Short Film category for his creative animation film Evermore in 2011. This film creation was shown at festivals such as 22 ° Festival Internacional de Animação do Brasil Anima Mundi in Rio de Janeiro, 9th International Animation Film Festival Animateka in Ljubljana, 6th Athens International Short Film Festival Psarokokalo, 27. Internationales Kurzfilmfestival Berlin.

His works are distinguished by a well-thought-out concept dealing with the topics of the coexistence of humanity and technology. But he also touches upon topics connected with mysticism, the genre of horror, and the relationality of art.

In addition to his art, he works successfully as a CG artist and conceptual designer for advertising, special effects for movies and architectural visualisations.

masks

6 000 x 3 374 px

1,30 ETH

walpurgis night

4 714 x 6 000 px

1,30 ETH

witches in the forest

5 663 x 6 000 px

0,88 ETH

peculiar visitor

6 000 x 4 500 px

0,88 ETH

we are all in this together

6 000 x 4 050 px

1,30 ETH

the human condition

5 016 x 6 000 px

0,88 ETH

Philoo

// Abolfazl Filoo

2D/3D artist

Artist born in Iran.  He studied graphics at the conservatory and then graduated in illustration from Karaj Art University with a bachelor’s degree. Originally focused on creating 2D art, but in the last 3 years he has been developing as a 3D artist. For almost 7 years he has been working professionally as a concept artist in the field of video games, films and animation.

He loves the dark surrealism style and mainly works in this trend. He is also very interested in recognizing human disorders and mental diseases that are connected with the world of surrealism and fantasy. From childhood, he is into ghastly, cold and foggy spaces – which is also clearly visible in his art. His works focus on telling a story. A multitude of finely crafted details, superbly detailed compositions and extraordinary aesthetics are hallmarks of his work.

kiss space

5 125 x 5 125 px

3,90 ETH

space music

4 456 x 4 456 px

3,90 ETH

chill space

3 857 x 3 857 px

3,90 ETH

Piotr Gajda

concept artist / illustrator

Polish concept artist, illustrator. Civil engineer. He has worked on projects such as Xanadu – A Nibiru Roleplaying Game Expansion and Giant Uprising (VARSAV Game Studio).

He started drawing out of pure passion and at the beginning – only for himself. His artistic path began 10 years ago. At that time, he mainly created illustrations, but he worked at the same time in really different professions – from an engineer on a construction site, through a photographer, a designer-constructor to official work. In the meantime, he was still struggling to find his place in the large-scale commercial creative world.

He has always been interested in discovering media – started with the traditional ones, through photomanipulation, to digital and 3D painting. Thanks to this passion, he has recently been working in Gamedev as a concept artist. His main inspiration is nature, as he grew up in the countryside, surrounded by forests and lakes. That is why his main activity has become the design of places, areas and architecture, i.e. environment concept art.

Piotr Gajda’s works show, above all, a variety of circles and heroes. They stand out because they are focused on creating different stories, in which nature plays the main role. The characters can most often be found in the center of the painting – they are small in relation to the environment, but necessary to tell the story. This does not mean that the artist does not pay attention to them – quite the opposite. Gajda focuses on details to best reflect the mood of the painting. The artist’s works are inspired by both medieval wars, myths and futuristic ideas about the world.

creators

5 525 x 2 607 px

1,30 ETH

prepare for battle!

3 840 x 2 160 px

1,30 ETH

apocalypse

4 637 x 1 945 px

1,30 ETH

marsh

3 662 xt 1 853 px

1,30 ETH

swamp giant

1 500 x 729 px

1,30 ETH

Romina Bandini

illustrator / concept artist

Born in a rural coastal town in Tuscany, Italy. She has always been interested in creating stories and art since she was a kid. One of the main characters that she still draws today, is in fact, a figure built during elementary school and refined over the years.

After graduating from highschool she decided to move to Florence where she studied Animation for two years. Realizing that she wanted to continue her career as an Illustrator she took a master degree in Digital Illustration and Concept Art. Today, she is still learning through online courses and also implementing 3D elements on her arworks.

She works as a freelance concept artist focused on entertainment, especially video games, and teaches illustration and concept art at the same time. Recently, she has also been selling her own illustrations as unique works, both as traditional painting and as NFT.

Artist has a strong interest in both graphic design and traditional painting techniques, which defined the style she owns today. Her personal artworks are mostly inspired by the consequences and causes regarding struggles with mental health. The emotions of the characters involved is her main focus when thinking about art. Her unique style and choice of colors, which is extremely important in her works, masterfully show the emotional states of the figures of her illustrations.

drowned

2 480 x 3 100 px

1,69 ETH

miss

1 880 x 2 350 px

1,69 ETH

cianuro

2 566 x 2 480 px

1,69 ETH

fireplace

2 952 x 1 958 px

1,69 ETH

The Noise

// Hector Fernández

painter / digital artist

In 1994 he obtained a BA in Painting from the University of Barcelona. In the years 2000-2009 he was a member of the Cercle Artístic de Sant Lluc. After over forty individual and collective exhibitions and several international awards, in 2009 and to date, he works in his studio in the center of Barcelona, ​​where he continues his painting career and carries out commissioned works. Currently, he is particularly interested in the digital world in art. Since 2021, he has been developing a new creative line, in which, through Virtual Reality and Digital Art, he creates scenes in which humanoid viewers often appear.

His art is distinguished by an interesting look at the human condition, robotization and virtualization of the world. Many of his works refer to the aesthetics of the Internet and virtual realities. He often uses strong, neon, bright colors to emphasize this reference. His works also takes on a meta character, showing the connection between the physical and virtual world.

big gorilla by The Noise

3 413 x 4 413 px

0,65 ETH

art critics by The Noise

5 000 x 5 000 px

0,65 ETH

3en1 black by The Noise

5 906 x 6 799 px

0,65 ETH

interphone by The Noise

5 000 x 5 000 px

0,65 ETH

perpetual motion by The Noise

5 000 x 5 000 px

0,65 ETH

meeting by The Noise

5 000 x 5 000 px

0,65 ETH

couple by The Noise

4 000 x 4 000 px

0,65 ETH

meeting 2 by The Noise

5 000 x 5 000 px

0,65 ETH

robot in love by The Noise

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0,65 ETH

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shaman

by Adam Galambos

This extraordinary portrait work speaks to the viewer in two ways. On the one hand, it is extremely realistic, you could consider it a photo, although it was made in a 3D modeling program. On the other hand, when we look closely, we see plasticine connections referring to the cult and popular modeling of characters in plasticine, for example from films such as Coraline and The Secret Door. However, this does not diminish the seriousness of the work, quite the contrary. This proves the uniqueness and originality of the work, which seems to be close to us through cultural references (not only in the sphere of technology, but also in the sphere of content). The title character refers to shamanic culture. A shaman is a person who performs a religious function, consisting in a formal and institutional ecstatic bond with superhuman beings, spirits of ancestors or demons.

0,70 ETH

utima

by Adeeb Jrrah

Intelligent semi-created man with high-end equipment. Armoured body with the ability to fight a high-powered enemy. Behind this suit there are only two human organs – the brain and the head. There are no feelings because the brain is only designed to take orders and complete missions. The organs come from a man who died in the war and was transformed into a cybotic weapon. However, one small error in the software – a glitch – changes everything. The cyborg regains consciousness and breaks free from the shackles of the government he was supposed to be fighting for.

This backstory was invented by the artist for the purpose of completing this work. Utima is a detailed, thoughtful graphic with an extraordinary story. The suit and everything that goes with it are the centre of this story.

5,20 ETH

xinova

by Adeeb Jrrah

The graphic portrays Xinova, a woman with a metal body designed by humans. The artist wanted to create a female mecha that can feel like a living being through enhanced parts, but she can also become more than that and bring peace.

Extremely important to the work are the metal elements of which not only the robot is constructed, but also the background on which it sits. Light and metal are depictions of high technolgy. The woman’s body and its design, on the other hand, are representations of art. Everything merges into one futuristic image that exudes a message of the symbiosis of art and technology. 

5,20 ETH

future cop

by Aibrahim Zx // Treepol Phromyong

The work deals with the technology of the future – how will it develop? How will it change the landscape we know every day? Will cars fly? How will the policemen be dressed? The artist asked himself this question, and he answered by drawing a portrait of a policeman of the future, who at first glance looks like an astronaut. We can guess, however, that it is a kind of helmet intended to ensure safety.

Black and white colors give the work a seriousness and emphasize the sci-fi vibe that emanates from this painting. This simple portrait hides a certain depth and triggers the desire to think about the future and the direction of technology development.

1,30 ETH

I don't want to go to the fish market

by Aibrahim Zx // Treepol Phromyong

Mermaids, as creatures already derived from Greek and Roman mythology, are widely adopted by contemporary culture and pop culture. The mysticality of mermaids and many understatements about their origins and intentions are an inspiration to the creation of newer and newer productions. The character created by Treepol fits very well in the framework of pop culture messages. She has a very delicate, feminine and innocent appearance that evokes pity at first. “I don’t want to go to the fish market,” she says to the man or woman who caught her. However, we know stories saying that they are dangerous and cunning femme fatale creatures. These two faces of mermaids – as an innocent and murderous creature have coexisted with each other for many years, which is why this work is exciting. It does not reveal the true nature of the painted figure. We, the recipients, can add and interpret the story hidden in this picture.

1,30 ETH

mystery grandma

by Aibrahim Zx // Treepol Phromyong

The title character creates a mood of mysticism and mystery. The black and white portrait of the extraordinary grandmother was created in a very traditional style. This style, however, is broken by the unusual disposition of the painted figure. From the neck of the grandmother hangs a pumpkin pendant Jack-o’-lantern, the symbol of which is directly related to Halloween. She also has an earring in the shape of the Anch symbol, which means life in Egyptian mythology, but today it is associated with magic and mysticism. The figure in the painting is leaning on a staff with a crystal handle, which underlines the elegance she exudes. An eccentric grandmother is looking straight at us, which can be both frightening and exciting. She seems to be smiling a little at us, but we are unable to read her intentions, which makes us ambivalent, but exciting.

1,30 ETH

short hair girl

by Aibrahim Zx // Treepol Phromyong

An unusual portrait of a short-haired girl, surprising with a beautiful study of light that can be observed on the character’s face. Her attitude is similar to the classic images we know from historical representations, or even from old portrait photographs. This interesting aspect of being inspired by historical representations of characters in both traditional art and photography makes the illustration create a certain closeness. This feeling also evokes a gentle expression on the woman’s face. She also does not have any characteristic features, her neutrality in appearance allows us to add some details in our imagination. That is why the warmth emanating from the presentation of this character is extremely real.

1,30 ETH

side way

by Aibrahim Zx // Treepol Phromyong

Study of nudity, machine (in this case, a car), landscape and light. However, it is much more than that – a display of the author’s technical skills. A very interesting combination in presenting the proportions of the female body, light and car. It brings to mind the American wilderness, often shown in Hollywood movies. Warm colors and bright light suggest a hot summer that you can even feel when looking at the painting.

1,30 ETH

an unexpecting meeting

by Bartłomiej Jędrzejewski

During our travels, we often encounter various adversities, but also meet new people, new cultures, animals that we don’t see and nature. It is precisely such an unexpected encounter that this picture presents. The artist illustrated the story of a friend who was moving to Canada and who met a wild moose on the way. They are extremely majestic and beautiful animals, which is why he was presented in the form of a great glow. Despite the darkness and the predominant navy blue in the picture, we do not feel overwhelmed or afraid. The picture was constructed in such a way that we would feel, like the person in the picture, excitement and a bit of a shock from an unexpected meeting.

0,91 ETH

an uncertain retreat

by Bartłomiej Jędrzejewski

During our travels, we often encounter various adversities, but also meet new people, new cultures, animals that we don’t see and nature. It is precisely such an unexpected encounter that this picture presents. The artist illustrated the story of a friend who was moving to Canada and who met a wild moose on the way. They are extremely majestic and beautiful animals, which is why he was presented in the form of a great glow. Despite the darkness and the predominant navy blue in the picture, we do not feel overwhelmed or afraid. The picture was constructed in such a way that we would feel, like the person in the picture, excitement and a bit of a shock from an unexpected meeting.

1,05 ETH

night walk

by Bartłomiej Jędrzejewski

The painted picture is a night landscape dominated by dark blue colors. It shows a wanderer on a horse, who looks like a kowboy – we can guess about it mainly thanks to the hat. He is accompanied by a dog during his journey. It seems that some fire or good spirit is leading them towards their adventure, but we do not know exactly where they are going. There is nothing in the picture but open space – steppe and mountains.

Once again, in Jedrrzejewski’s paintings the motif of a journey towards the unknown appears. It is additionally emphasized by the fact that there is a large space painted at night, which in itself also has many secrets that want to be discovered by the characters of the artist’s paintings.

0,91 ETH

floating islands

by Bartłomiej Jędrzejewski

An intriguing creation showing a beautiful view of the valley with islands floating around it. It evokes warm emotions in us, mainly due to pastel colors that are pleasing to the eye. One floating island draws our attention more – there is a house on it, which the wanderer and his companion dog gaze at from below. Is this the end of their journey? Or just a stop in their never-ending adventure?

These questions often appear in the mind of the viewer when it comes to Jędrzejewski’s painting. Discovering, road, meeting, wandering, adventure – these are the words that most accurately describe what the artist wants to convey to us through specific scenes in his works.

0,91 ETH

a new journey

by Bartłomiej Jędrzejewski

The leitmotif of this work is, as the title suggests, a journey. Two mice, perhaps a father and a daughter, wearing backpacks, are looking for their way, which they could set off into the unknown. Will it be a dangerous journey, or maybe an exciting one? It is not known. It will definitely be unusual and will change the character’s life. The work is very up-to-date, because it also brings to mind a topic that is very dear to us recently, i.e. the history of refugees. However, nice, friendly, warm colors indicate hope and a good path that awaits the two characters. Pastel colors boost the positive vibes you can feel when looking at this work. It makes us think that this journey will end happily.

0,91 ETH

genesis - second chance

by Bartłomiej Jędrzejewski

A futuristic work awarded in the Crystal Canvas artistic competition in 2021.This is how the author writes about it:

“When humanity learned that all life on Earth is doomed, it was already too late to save it. Economic and cultural crisis led to global conflict followed by mass exodus, nuclear war, natural disasters and in the end – total apocalypse. Not only humanity, but most of the complex life forms ceased to exist in the great cataclysm and the following, never-ending atomic winter…

Thousands of years later, after all the radioactive dust falls down, and the sun starts to shine back on the surface of the planet, a robot called N-03 wakes up from the millenia-long hibernation. Its mission begins – it is not to save life on Earth, but to bring it back”.

1,05 ETH

ventriloquist

by Danny Ingrassia

We know from the very first moment that this work tells a story. However, this is not an ordinary story, but rather a scary story, like those told to children when they are naughty. This story describes an anecdote about a ventriloquist who once lived in the house shown in the painting. Now that he is long dead, his spirit wanders the corners, scaring visitors or making life difficult for new residents. We only see a fragment of the moment in which it appears. Unfortunately he disappears quickly after.

1,30 ETH

ghost kid

by Danny Ingrassia

Fans of the horror style should be pleased, because this is another work straight out of a nightmare. The author said that he was creating this work thinking about a girl who died suddenly in a car accident. After her death, she returned home to find her mother. Unfortunately, she did not find her, and the house that was once her oasis was deserted. Since then, she has been wandering from room to room, despairing and longing for the life she has lost. The uniqueness of this work consists primarily in the color operation, as warm colors contrast with an extremely dark message.

1,30 ETH

close that door right now

by Danny Ingrassia

Each of us knows this feeling when we are in a bright confinement with the door slightly open to the black corridor. Each of us has thought more than once – what is hiding there? But monsters do not exist … What if there were what we can see in the picture? This dark work is very imaginative. Silhouette of the figure standing by the door and description – close this door immediately, as if someone had just noticed it. The author perfectly captures the beginning of the situation straight from the horror film.

1,30 ETH

inside the walls

by Danny Ingrassia

Something is alive in the walls of the house. Is it dangerous? They look like demons, ghosts and skeletons all at once. They are probably harmless, but it’s not worth getting close. Just in case…

It is an art work that radiates darkness and can scare even the most courageous man. Decorated in dark colors, with a sharp line and strange figures in the center. The drawn Walls are swollen, looking like roots or veins. Everything in this work greatly influences the viewer’s imagination.

1,30 ETH

beyond the door

by Danny Ingrassia

The style characteristic for the author, straight from the horror film, draws us into the picture and makes us feel anxious from the very beginning. The illustration shows a ghost-like figure or a demon that just appears or disappears in a doorway. House shown in the picture is old, abandoned and apparently – haunted. We see cobwebs in dark and gloomy room. There is, however, a light in the hall. The atmosphere is dense. The only way out of the terrifying room is blocked by the ghost described earlier.

The art work in its message is simple and raw, but very dark. However, this illustration creates the ideal atmosphere for creating a story through interpretation. It’s also satisfying for people who love the horror genre.

1,30 ETH

supekutoramu

by Danny Ingrassia

A work referring to the extremely popular culture of Japanese horror. These types of monsters, called yōkai, are numerous. Many of them have their own specific name, scare them in a certain way, for example, by sitting on the victim’s back and creating a huge burden. The phantom in the picture comes out of the walls of the rooms and looks at its sleeping victims, but most often it does not hurt them. He revels in fear itself, which it definitely evokes with its gaze. It paralyzes its victims and waits… When it leaves, the paralysis disappears. Its operation is similar to the nightmare, also known as the bane, which we know, for example, from a painting by Johann Füssli.

1,30 ETH

woodstock babe

by Dawid Jezierski

The work is a copy and at the same time its own interpretation of the painting Babie Lato by Józef Chełmoński. The work refers to the Polish rock music festival once known as Woodstock and now Po’and’Rock Festival. It is known throughout Europe for its very laid-back, rebellious, but also welcoming atmosphere.

The unusual idea of reinterpreting the painting reveals a whole new world of meanings – it overcomes the patriotic barrier built up over the years by museum and art historians who revere the (unusual, of course) artist that was Chelmonski. It gives the distance so necessary to contemporary art. The work brings some relief to the reception of art (especially so-called “high” art, pumped up over the years by patriotic interpretations). It shows that art can be played with and made contemporary in an interesting way with details.

3,00 ETH

didymos

by Dawid Jezierski

The digital painting is a recreation of Caravaggio’s work Infidel Thomas.  This modernized version shows Jesus as an ordinary man in a flannel shirt humbling to touch the wounds of the people changed by the artist from apostles to bandits. With this treatment, the artist wants to draw attention to a problem that exists in modern times – people who think they are close to God, but are actually corrupt businessmen who think they are saints often preaching that Christ is dangerous and must be feared.

Meanwhile, the artist wants to draw attention to the image of Christsus appearing in the New Testament, who was gentle, compassionate. Through his work, the artist tries to highlight that this empathy that Jesus had in him in the New Testament is missing in modern man – instead there is devotion and faith for show, the reign of fear, arrogance, hypocrisy and insensitivity to the harm of the poor and needy.

3,00 ETH

amor training

by Endokrates

In the center of the phenomenal image, an angel in full armor with huge, beautiful wings stands out. Right next to him or her (although the angels according to religious beliefs had neither body nor sex) you can see a small cupid clumsily holding a bow. The scene depicts learning archery as part of cupid training. The painting refers to cupid – the god of love known from Roman mythology. In traditional art, the cupid is often depicted as a young man or a naked boy with wings at his shoulders, a bow and a quiver full of arrows. Despite the large number of paintings with cupids in the lead role in traditional art, he plays a supporting role in this painting. The first one is played by an angel, presented by the artist with great grace and nobility. Gold and yellow colors also accentuate it, giving the impression of solemnity in the depicted scene.

0,46 ETH

elven forest

by Endokrates

Elves are creatures of Germanic mythology, used in numerous books, movies, games and works in the fantasy convention. The picture shows a forest scenery – an ancient, dense forest that was once inhabited by the elves mentioned above. They hunted side by side with wild cats, traversing their natural habitat. The artwork gives the impression of a blur because the image is very dynamic. Painted with supposedly quick brush strokes, although it is a digital painting. Despite the impression of dynamism, the artist also pays attention to details – a detailed face, water splashes, flower buds. Beautifully matched colors emphasize the mood of the forest.

0,39 ETH

mermaid

by Endokrates

The wonderful oneiric scenery of the seaside with mermaids in the lead role. They look out to sea and rest. Mermaids, as mythological creatures, have a very turbulent history – they were presented as innocent beings but also as the embodiment of evil. In Greek mythology, they are dangerous and cunning femme fatale creatures, pictured as half woman, half bird. Later, as in Roman mythology, they were depicted as sea nymphs – a fish with the head of a woman or in the form of a half woman, half a fish. Although the mermaids are painted here in a very static way, the nature around them – the sea and the clouds – is agitated, changeable. However, the picture itself is very reassuring, you can look at it for hours and rest with the mermaids. Pastel colors – green, blue, red are blurred among themselves, creating the impression of a dream into which you can immerse yourself

0,52 ETH

werewolf

by Endokrates

The werewolf is a mythical creation that appears in many mythologies (including Slavic and Germanic) and legends. It is a man who transformed (voluntarily or as a result of a curse) into a wolf or a figure that was a combination of this animal and a human. This ability is called lycanthropy. This motif is widely used not only in art, but also in the entire fantasy culture, especially film and literary culture.

In this painting, the werewolf is shown with many accompanying attributes – a full moon, long claws and the ferocity typical of a transformed human. The night is highlighted by black and blue colors, and the fuzzy, quickly painted fur gives the werewolf dynamics.

0,39 ETH

run

by Endokrates

A sensational work depicting a knight fleeing from an enraged giant. This scene is remarkably similar to the one described in the Bible. It is, of course, the parable of David and Goliath, which is used very often in culture, for example in The Witcher 3, but also repeatedly presented in classical painting, for example by Titian or Caravaggio.

The dynamics of the image perfectly reflect the atmosphere of the fight, just like the colors. Yellow and brown indicate that the fight takes place in a sandy area in the summer, and the colors are just like those taken from the Hollywood movie. Also noteworthy is the warrior’s shield, which appears golden when reflecting the sun and itself takes the rank of the sun in the painting.

0,52 ETH

bath

by Endokrates

One of the artist’s classic works depicting a half-naked study of a woman in a bath. The work is very impressionistic in its expression and has something very interesting about it. The eyesight and slight smile of the posing woman, her body arrangement and lack of shame, all those little details that the artist included in the representation of her body appeal to the viewer. The colors chosen by Treschl for this painting are also not accidental – red in all cultures is associated with the notion of life forces, fire, blood, war, passion and fertility. That is why the picture has a very intimate, warm and even intimidating atmosphere.

0,39 ETH

danger and temptation

by Felipe Hueb

The work is a photographic collage in a surreal style and pastel colors. The topic of the work focuses on a dangerous tendency to take risks and andrenaline. The danger is symbolized by a shark floating in the sea sky, while temptation is symbolized by two half-naked women in defiant poses. “There is an inexorable attraction, a magnetic attraction, to things that our hearts know are bad for us.” – the artist writes. These are things we want, but reaching for them is dangerous, which stimulates us even more. This flash of excitement and adrenaline can prove addictive.

The work also asks about the limits of reason – is it worth the risk to reach for the desired thing? At the same time, it reminds us that we should always view beauty and temptation with an open mind and also be vigilant.

0,65 ETH

the girl losted in her dream

by Felipe Hueb

Surreal photo collage masterpiece of a young girl’s dream. Her body stretches unnaturally – her hands seem to melt on colored spheres, and her head lengthens upwards. In addition, her lips curl into a smile unnaturally and her eyes darken. Dream is symbolized by the clouds in which it hovers. Her body, as well as the background, is grainy, pixelated – surreal. Pastel colors add dreamy and oneiric nature to the graphics.

A huge eye looks at the woman, which can symbolize many things, e.g. God or an ordinary observer or a surveillance body. The girl, however, is not afraid of anything. Her defiant but powerful pose suggests that it is a colorful dream for her, showing her determined personality.

0,65 ETH

the thinker

by Felipe Hueb

The work depicts a smoking woman “with her head in the clouds” – literally. It symbolizes her reflection. She thinks about something we cannot perceive. Through the pop culture and romanticization of a cigarette, smoking woman became femme fatale figure. The cigarette did not masculinize them, as some would think. On the contrary, it was a tool of emancipation. At the same time, while smoking, women emphasized their femininity.This is why the collage seems so rebellious and nevertheless delicate. By using soft, pastel, luxurious colors of purple and gold, the artist emphasized the femininity emanating from the painting. It evokes a feeling of peace and is extremely pleasing to the eye.

0,65 ETH

beauty matters

by Felipe Hueb

A collage strongly inspired by vanitas art trends. The naked portrait of a woman is emphasized by interesting post-production measures typical of this artist. The skin of a woman appears granular, strongly emphasized, showing all flaws, and even old. The colors are not random – the artist chose a faded and unpleasant earthy color for the skin. On the woman’s face, the artist placed a skull of a similar color, which looks like a mask. Due to its natural appearance, the skull gives the impression that it is smiling.

The artist, thanks to the use of many techniques giving a vanitative character, raises the problem of the perception and meaning of beauty in contemporary society. Beauty is not only a subjective category, but also a relative one. It passes quickly and ultimately means nothing. Even so, everyone strives for beauty as if it were something that everyone must have. The work therefore gives an opportunity to reflect on both one’s own and social needs and problems.

0,65 ETH

the hell girl

by Felipe Hueb

A work of photo collage is a visual representation of female strength in the face of adversity. The artist wanted to show stubbornness that makes the heroine of graphics invincible. Her defiant pose shows courage – holding her hands above her head in a display of invincibility and resilience.

Behind her head there is something like an anti-halo, symbolizing, along with the flames, her hellish side or the hostile environment in which she found herself. An unsettling, unnaturally twisted smile lingers on her despite the many wounds – holes that pierce her through. Even though her eyes are cut out, the observer has the impression that she is looking directly at him.

There is a mixture of female powers in the work, combined with the hellish dimension of her personality, which also connects to this terrifying, devilish side. An extremely interesting and ambiguous work that can be interpreted in many ways.


0,65 ETH

surreal moments in the desert of the mind

by Felipe Hueb

The artist writes about the work: “This work is a visual allegory of the process of self-development and the realization that one’s own experiences can be used as tools for personal transformation. The artwork depicts an anxious moment in the mind of a young woman. There, in the desert of his mind, he faces all his feelings, negative and positive. He lives a moment of anguish, excitement, love, fear and joy at the same time. At this point, he realizes that each color has its place. Dark colors will always be present in our lives, but it’s up to us to see them in the right perspective and use them as tools to create new paths in our lives. “

So it is a work on self-development and expanding your own spirituality. There is emptiness where there should be a face, because it is for every human being. The surreality of the work helps to understand that what seems abnormal or unnatural may be something that you simply do not know, and it is worth opening up to cognition.

0,65 ETH

crazy life

by Felipe Hueb

In this surreal collage, the artist presents life as it could be if our minds were a bit more open to new possibilities. We see people dancing in outer space with a giant fish flying through the air and pretending to be a balloon. A random turkey is standing next to it. A red moon hangs in the foreground, a meteor is flying on one side, and an alien in the background. The work that causes a smile is a vibrant piece of art that inspires conversation.

0,65 ETH

psyche

by Hegon

Originally, life, spirit, a life-force, and in Greek philosophy, translated as “soul.”

In Homer Psyche can mean “departed spirit, ghost.” In pre-Socratics, it can mean “consciousness”, the “source of life,” and a kind of “primary substance”. For Plato and Aristotle, this is the term used to refer to an immortal, immaterial soul and the defining substance and principle of the human being.

(2021, Computational Æsthetics by Héctor González)

1,50 ETH

eudaimonia

by Hegon

This is the term commonly translated as happiness but better translated as “human flourishing” –to flourish by realizing one’s ideal end/ goal, by achieving the purpose of human life with excellence or virtue, particularly in the works of Plato and Aristotle.

Eudaimonia comes from “eu” –“good” and “daimon” which is a spirit, even “divine spirit” in human beings.

(2021, Computational Æsthetics by Héctor González)

1,50 ETH

sophos

by Hegon

Wisdom, deep learning. Sophos can also mean a kind of sound judgment, including practical wisdom.

(2021, Computational Æsthetics by Héctor González)

1,50 ETH

philoi

by Hegon

The meaning of the word Philoi is deeply rooted in the concept of reciprocity; encompassing the exchange of favours and support, in addition to a profound sense of duty to each other.

(2021, Computational Æsthetics by Héctor González)

1,50 ETH

true love

by Jairo Guerrero

An incredibly engaging image of a woman holding a man’s head. The mysterious nature of the artwork leaves many ways for interpretation and raises many questions. Does the picture present lovers and love even after death? Or maybe the woman is a murderer, as evidenced by her slight smile? However, not much can be read, because the most important part – the face of a woman – is blurry, indistinct.

Through the dark colors, the use of black and red, the author obtained an effect that causes the anxiety in the viewer. The subject matter of the artwork itself brings to mind the theme of Judith beheading Holofernes. This reference to traditional painting shows the multi-threaded-ness of the artwork and the versatility of the artist himself.

1,20 ETH

no future

by Jairo Guerrero

Painting-window showing a possible future in one single reality – maybe ours? The terrifying  perspective shown on this painting was emphasized by a figure in the center – a disintegrating robot with human (female) shapes, looking the viewer straight in the eyes. The author comments: “We are rusting in the bin of the future”. With that, he stresses that our future can take the shape of a post-apocalyptic rotten world that has collapsed because of mankind’s wrong decisions. This painting is his dystopian vision.

1,10 ETH

the beyond

by Jairo Guerrero

“The Beyond” is an extremely expressive, downright ravishing artwork. It is an artwork representing a character trying to literally break free from the fetters of hell or purgatory. The creature has human shapes, however, is not fully a human. Rather, an afterimage of what once was a human. Its mimicry and gestures indicate that it is suffering. Under the figure, there are other beings visible, scraps of bodies, skulls…

Looking at this painting, one gets an impression that the depicted figure is a piece of the soul, a human leftover capable of experiencing only negative emotions – pain, fear, suffering. For its creation, the author has used red paint, which symbolizes blood, torment (perhaps also the remnants of humanity) as well as white as a glow symbolizing death, which simultaneously dynamizes the painting. The artwork itself is a representation, as the title suggests, of the afterlife in a macabre version.

0,80 ETH