A gift guide for crypto artists, trad artists, performance artists, lazy artists, fashionable artists, sleepy artists, poor artists, rich artists, and more.
An overview of concerns and issues to related to intellectual property, trademarks, copyright, and licensing in the NFT and phygital art space.
Performance art is getting a digital makeover, whether it be theater, dance, comedy, music, or performance works beyond the proscenium or established categories
If it doesn’t benefit the sender in some way, if only by engendering your goodwill, then you can assume it’s only there because of a scam.
For independent artists relying on actors and models, virtual humans allow the creation and reuse of distinct, original characters across pieces and projects.
Discord is the most common attack vector in crypto, and typically the most successful. In this article, we lay out best practices and red flags to be aware of
Street artists and muralists are bridging the gap between their practice and NFT technology. Here, we'll explore the opportunities and risks street art qua NFT.
Over the last few months, the art world has been turned on its head again, but this time not by blockchain technology. Instead, it’s artificial intelligence.
Phygital combines “physical” and “digital” and describes the intersection of the two arenas. Read on for an in-depth overview of trends in phygital creations.
Digital wallets are critical for minting and selling your creations as NFTs. This article will introduce this technology and how it works on MakersPlace.