Dropping 11/19 🔥
José Delbo is an Argentinian born comic artist who has illustrated a number of Silver and Bronze Age comic classics. He’s the artist behind the pen of some of your favorite superheroes and comic classics — Wonder Woman, Batman, Transformers, The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine comic book, Billy The Kid… just to name a few. Delbo’s work is timeless, but nonetheless he’s looking to the future and immersing himself in the latest art movement taking place on the Blockchain.
Digitally enhancing his classic illustration approach, by way of the blockchain, has resulted in timeless creations that fit today’s digital consumption demand without sacrificing the integrity of Delbo’s beloved style.
Primal Cypher is a conceptual digital artist, amongst many other things (designer, oil painter, NFT writer and consultant). He’s well-known for his bold artwork which usually often contain strong social commentaries, as well themes relating to psychology, philosophy and spirituality.
Primal Cypher’s artwork has a strong affinity for blockchain, particularly Ethereum, Anonymous, The Occupy and Cypherpunk movement, which is often reflected in his work. His overall goal is to encourage enlightenment and contemplation by subverting the dominant paradigm through his artwork.
Death … No Escape…
For this upcoming release, José Delbo and Primal Cypher are bringing the original death character back to blockchain. In the year 2020, Death has been up to no good. He’s made he’s presence known and is showing no signs of slowing down. This collaborative creation by Delbo and Cypher present the original character of Death in a modern context, for the ultimately chilling affect.
This drop will also mark the release of the final 20 editions of Delbo’s digital Death comic, the 43 page story that started it all.
If you are part of the growing crypto community, chances are you’ve come across Cryptopop (aka Luis Buenaventura)’s artwork which transforms blockchain concepts and phenomenons into playful, amusing and educational depictions. His artworks combine his loves of all things pop and crypto-culture to create universal creations that are accessible and relatable to all.
Cryptopop’s artwork often juxtaposes graceful, organic shapes against intricately designed, mechanical machinery. The overall messages and metaphors of Buenaventura’s creations may seem evident at first glance, but his artworks contain an abundance of intricate details and doses of visual humor, so be sure to look closely.
Bitcoin: A Visual History (Part 2)
Cryptopop! continues the story of Bitcoin, told through his bright, vivid illustration style. This series will consist of a whooping 16 artworks total — Seven animated editions of one, seven illustrated editions of ten, and two master copies which combine all seven artworks into one continuous story (illustrated and animated).
Arsenic Lullaby (aka Douglas Paszkiewicz) is a world renowned comic illustrator and self-proclaimed master of macabre. He is known across both digital and physical art communities as The King of Dark Humor for his undeniably demented, yet strangely enjoyable and whimsically expressed, stories and illustrations.
His independently published dark humor cult favorite ARSENIC LULLABY has been nominated for two of the highest awards in the U.S. comic book industry, the Harvey Award and Eisner Award, as well as the Comicdom Award in Europe. Arsenic Lullaby was a regular contributor to Mad Magazine and his works have appeared in The Tick , Comedy Central (including being a contributor to animation TripTank), Image comics, Valiant, DC Comics, Devil’s Due Publishing, and a host of others.
Supernatural and Nebulous Entities
Arsenic Lullaby’s new series is filled with devious delights, seemingly innocent situations that go sour, monsters, menaces and demons of all kinds. Beware!
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