Tom Morello, the multiple Grammy Award winning guitarist of Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave, is a lifetime fan of the fantasy role playing game Dungeons & Dragons. THE ORDER OF KARROS is an NFT collection of the characters and heroes he has played from his childhood basement in Libertyville, Illinois to high-stakes celebrity games in the Hollywood Hills.
As a digitally native painter, Peter Mohrbacher‘s work has been widely collected through limited edition prints. After a career in game development and a stint working on art for Magic: The Gathering, Mohrbacher switched his full-time focus to Angelarium, a digital art series, in 2015. Since then, he’s added at least one new divine being to the collection every month.
“NFT’s provide an awesome way to bring to life the incredible D&D characters I’ve enjoyed playing for years. THE ORDER OF KARROS is basically a supergroup of my entire history playing the game. Peter’s artwork is extraordinary and electrifies this collection of warriors and heroes and writing new kick ass music for each character has also been a blast.”-Tom Morello
Tom Morello, the multiple Grammy Award winning guitarist of Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave, is a lifetime fan of the fantasy role playing game Dungeons & Dragons. THE ORDER OF KARROS is an NFT collection of the characters and heroes he has played from his childhood basement in Libertyville, Illinois to high stakes celebrity games in the Hollywood Hills.
GENERAL KIMATHI STORMHOLLOW (a grizzled dwarven warrior atop his armored polar bear mount, Brago), CRICK EVERVENGE (a headless Dullahan Paladin cracking a spine whip), GOLDENFIELD (a hulking Minotaur barbarian), PASTOR VINDUS (a shadowy cleric of war) and their leader, THE BLACK FEATHER (a Joan Of Arc-like Aasimar fallen angel) are brought to life by the incredible artwork of Peter Mohrbacher.
Each NFT is scored with original music by Morello, providing a wailing soundtrack to adventure.
TYLER GORDON x COMMONSPIRIT HEALTH- Dropping 9/29
Tyler Gordon‘s work has been featured in a host of galleries including being on display in Beverly Hills, California as part of the “Heirs To The Throne” art gallery exhibit presented by The Lost Warhols Museum as well as his outdoor art gallery exhibition in Tribeca, New York. He recently executed both a black history and women’s history month national campaign with Disney, contributed to the inauguration of President Joe Biden and will release his first book as an author in fall 2021.
As one of the nation’s largest healthcare systems, CommonSpirit Health® is committed to building healthier communities, advocating for those who are poor and vulnerable, and innovating how and where healing can happen. With a large geographic footprint representing diverse populations across the U.S. and a mission to serve the most vulnerable, CommonSpirit Health is a leader in advancing the shift from sick care to well care, and advocating for social justice.
Tyler Gordon is one of the nation’s most celebrated young artistic prodigies, having achieved national acclaim for the portraits he painted of Vice President Kamala Harris, Oprah Winfrey, Lebron James and several other icons from brown and black communities. Tyler understands first-hand the struggles minority communities experience while seeking quality care through his own personal health journey having faced significant health challenges in his young life. Building off his personal experiences and passions, he has chosen to partner with CommonSpirit Health to support their health equity efforts to end disparities, increase representation in health care, and create a more just world for all.
All net proceeds from “Beyond the Barriers” will go to CommonSpirit Health Foundation’s health equity fund. These funds will be just like Tyler, a bright light in an often dark world that shows each of us the healing power of humanity.
sgt_slaughtermelon – Dropping 9/30
sgt_slaughtermelon is a project in creating digital art with glitch aesthetics and wild collage techniques – sometimes using Processing scripts that are altered or coded from scratch – and almost always using some kind of geometric composition. The themes range from cyberpunk to mysticism, low-brow kitsch and absolute pretentious neo-suprematism (as pretentious as you can get with a name like slaughtermelon). Posts are almost always 6500x6500px at 300 dpi, occasionally with deliberately pixellated textures.
The ongoing project includes creating fun lore and silly stories to go with some of the art – with references like Lisa Frank, episodes of Black Mirror or goofy alternate versions of artists and visionaries that only exist in the feverish imagination of the internet.
A colorful, geometric exploration into the concept of needs, wants, and unneeded extras. “Take the very most basic elements of life and try to focus on those.”
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