Discover the humans behind the art, learn about their creative practices, and get inspired on your creative journey.
We’re pleased to present Pixels & Paint, a fresh podcast series where Brady Walker (Content & Curation Manager, MakersPlace) hosts engaging discussions with notable artists and collectors in the web3 realm.
The show delves into the lives of the people behind the art and uncovers the habits, practices, and perspectives that have propelled them to success. Join us on this artistic voyage and find inspiration for your own creative endeavors.
Brought to you by MakersPlace, the trusted NFT marketplace and community for exploring, buying, and selling exceptional crypto art from esteemed digital artists.
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Fascinating Conversations Lie Ahead
Our inaugural episodes feature an eclectic mix of artists and collectors, including:
E01: Empress Trash, a versatile visual artist and nomad recognized for glitch, trash art, AI art, and her collaborations with Dos Punks.
E02: Norcal_Guy, a seasoned Whale collector and podcaster, and James White (aka Signalnoise), the skilled neon-soaked digital artist and illustrator.
E03: Rob Sheridan, a glitch art trailblazer and co-founder and CCO of Glitch Goods, who also worked as art director for Nine Inch Nails and Trent Reznor for 15 years.
E04: Otha “Vakseen” Davis III, a music executive, painter, and crypto OG celebrated for his vivid acrylic portraits and pop art flair.
E05: Leo Caillard, a digital artist and marble sculptor investigating time and quantum physics through his creations.
E06: sgt_slaughtermelon, a digital artist focusing on abstract, code-driven compositions and glitch artwork.
How to Listen and Stay Informed
Our first two episodes are slated for release during the first week of May. Be sure to subscribe to receive these episodes as soon as they’re available. You can find Pixels & Paint on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever you get your podcast.
If you enjoy our series, kindly leave a review to help us refine the show and to guide others toward the podcast and our expanding community. To learn more about MakersPlace, follow us on Twitter at @makersplace and @bradyevanwalker.
Embark on your creative journey with us and let the compelling stories of our guests inspire your own artistic pursuits. We eagerly anticipate sharing these remarkable conversations with you on Pixels & Paint. In the meantime, stay immersed in your craft and never cease creating.