We’re excited to unveil new original artworks by Alex Pardee (his debut NFT!), Jon Burgerman and Katy Arrington. All works are original and exclusively created and offered through MakersPlace.

Dropping 11/05 🔥

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Alex Pardee

“Alex Pardee has turned emotional escape into aggressive exploration, and he has done this through the use of biomorphic and anthropomorphic expression. The horse his mind rides is a hot rubber unicorn, but he’ll get back to the world before it melts.”  — Robert Williams, Founder, Juxtapoz Magazine

Alex Pardee is a Los Angeles based freelance illustrator, apparel/toy designer, comics creator and overall transmedia pioneer known around the world for his pop surrealist “happy nightmare” creations (dubbed “Brightmares”).

Pardee’s iconic Brightmare creations are full of color, vibrantly blending the cute with the horrific. His fine art has been exhibited in galleries around the world for over 15 years, and he’s worked on some incredible creative projects, including film design (Zack Snyder’s SUCKER PUNCH film), album design (platinum-award winning rock band The Used), animation (Chadam) and poster designs for Mondo.

His street art can be found around the world, such as in San Francisco’s historic Haight District and Hawaii. His artwork has been praised by influential art publications such as Juxtapoz and Hi-Fructose magazines and he’s had the honor of curating two entire issues of JUXTAPOZ Art Magazine. He currently owns and operates a lifestyle and art brand featuring his personal art, toys, books, and apparel.

Now, for the first time ever, Pardee is bringing his beloved “Brightmare” creations to the world of rare digital art!


Alex Pardee’s debut rare digital art collection is rendered in his signature Brightmare style, an accumulation of surrealist nightmare scenes with bright, colorful twists. Each artwork tells a unique story of a different world only accessible through your dreams, yet all creations are tied together through Pardee’s iconic style. 

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Jon Burgerman

Jon Burgerman is a multidisciplinary artist born in the UK and now based in New York City. His artwork has been showcased in exhibitions, events, performances and screenings all over the world. Most recently, he’s added renowned crypto artist to his list of accolades.

Burgerman’s artworks are held in the collections of several institutions including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Last year, he held his first museum show in Asia, a massive exhibition entitled Fun Factory, which was an immersive, interactive exhibition hosted at the M Contemporary Museum in Seoul, South Korea. 

A self proclaimed “doodler”, Burgerman is known for his whimsical doodle style which has become instantly recognizable to art lovers around the world. His doodles have blessed canvases, clothing, and massive walls and structures. His artwork seamlessly navigates the fine line between fine art, street art and pop art. 


By now you’ve probably heard of BearBricks, the highly coveted collectibles, but you’ve never seen them like this! This creation will depict the beloved BearBricks with Burgerman twist…

Fragility of an Idea

With this series, Burgerman presents a kaleidoscopic animated rendering of his signature doodles that seeks to articulate “the feeling of an idea on the edge of your mind, almost within grasp, almost complete and visible, yet fragile and likely to dissolve into nothing.”

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Katy Arrington

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’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.

Fruit Girls

Arrington’s upcoming series playfully introduces a new set of illustrated babes inspired by nature’s candy. Got a sweet tooth? This series is for you… It’s absolutely delicious! 

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