José Delbo is an Argentinian born comic artist who has illustrated a number of Silver and Bronze Age comic classics. He is 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, and immersing himself in the latest art movement taking place on the Blockchain has made it even more so. 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. Since his crypto art debut in July of 2020, Delbo has dominated the scene with a number of record breaking sales and speedy sell-outs.
Hackatao is a renowned and pioneering crypto art duo that are known across the community for their iconic “tattoo” creation style. Hackatao’s artworks span across mediums and artistic genres, yet almost always carry important social commentary, often centered psychology, humanity, the environment and crypto. Their artworks include a number of symbols, nods to pop culture and historic references.
Their name, Hackatao, is a combination of the words Hack for diving beyond the surface to discovery meanings and understandings, and Tao, a reference to the Yin and Yang of their creative dynamic balance. As early crypto art pioneers, the duo are amongst the most celebrated crypto art OGs and have consistently remained on the list for top 10 highest grossing crypto artists of all time.
Two creative legends join forces for an important cause. In their collaborative series, Heroines, José Delbo and Hackatao present a visual ode and celebration of the women of our world and the heroism each one possesses. Inspired by real-life heroines who have changed the world throughout history, this series uses one of the best known heroines and an accumulation of other important women throughout history to relay a crucial message: ALL women are strong and should always feel empowered.
This series will also include a special artwork raffle fundraiser, the proceeds of which will be donated to Girls Who Code.
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