In his first official drop with MakersPlace, CG artist Hamed Azizi looks at the present moment from a perspective many years — perhaps centuries — into the future.
Looking back on all of that technological progress, Azizi’s work wonders how we will be viewed when we are considered to be an ancient civilization. Will scientific progress outpace our ability to adapt? And what of our non-human brethren? And the earth itself?
Hamed Azizi is an Animation Director, CG artist, and digital artist with more than 20 years of experience in TV, movies, and advertising. He was selected as one of the leading artists in the Middle East by the Behance website.
Hamed has also received numerous international awards in motion graphics and animation from many countries such as the US, Canada, France, Italy, Peru, and Turkey. Azizi has been featured in several prestigious NFT exhibitions with the support of Times Magazine in England and France.
Hamed’s NFT artworks have received much attention around the world. His NFT works are inspired by the Eastern and Persian cultures and civilizations. Through his work, Azizi addresses important issues through the lens of sci-fi commentary.
His works have become a part of today’s fashion world and have been dubbed as unique oriental artworks in the NFT community. H O M E, for example, has been screened at 50 animation and film festivals worldwide and has been nominated and awarded as a finalist in 5 animation and film festivals.
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When man traveled to other planets, he was only looking for life. But in the future, earth’s biggest brands will travel to other planets in search of distant target markets. Because maybe in the future, the earth and the environment will no longer be able to bear the myriad cryptocurrencies in existence.
It is a space outside our place. A different world, an encrypted world. The powerful horse, an emblematic representation of Ethereum, is warming up for the start of an exciting race. This warmup gives way to the next stage, in which the horse outraces its opponents and reaches the ultimate victory: liberation!
The Merge is happening, the Merge in which science and wealth are one and the same. The more we know, the more abundantly we may live while improving everyone’s lives. Abul-Qâsem Ferdowsi Tusi was a Persian poet and the author of Shahnameh (“Book of Kings”), one of the world’s longest epic poems created by a single poet and the greatest epic of Persian-speaking countries. Ferdowsi is an example of knowledge and cultural influence increasing our historical wealth. May the tech allow us to be more like the great Ferdowsi.