We’re excited to unveil brand new original artworks from Katy Arrington, offered exclusively through MakersPlace.
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Katy Arrington is a well-known illustrator and digital painter based in Jakarta, Indonesia. She has gained a bit of a cult following for her anime style girls who vary in style from cute and kawaii, to eerie and evil. Some of her most popular work seeks to bring these girls into the world of crypto, by incorporating various coins into her characters’ personas.
Arrington had an arguably tumultuous relationship with art, and even quit all together in her mid-twenties. But, lucky for us, her passion for art remained strong, and ultimately lead to her not only returning to the art world, but achieving great success within it. Today, when she is not creating, Arrington is helping share knowledge with other artists on how to make it big in the art world.
Arrington’s artwork speaks to themes of empowerment and fully embracing femininity. Her artwork is bright, vivid, sensual and full of life with each one containing a plethora of bold colors and undeniable personality. Arrington. is inspired by the many forms of anime art from Kawaii (Japanese cuteness culture), to the beautiful and strange. Her works can be described as everything from beautiful, strange, cute, creepy, joyous and even twisted.
Arrington’s latest creation is an homage to cryptocurrency delivered by some of her signature babes. It includes four of her beloved characters, each one’s personality shaped and defined by the coin they represent. Everyone has a favorite CryptoKitty, and it was Arrington’s goal to bring them together, representing unity within the market and resulting in a creation with something for everyone.
Pricing: 0.75 ETH
*Final edition will be auctioned
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