ArtVndngMchn Zine May 2022 edition drops as 2 NFTs this week from cryptoart OG, Joe Chiappetta. The cover and the interior will be sold separately as a zine experiment (in keeping with the unpredictable nature of zines). ArtVndngMchn Zine hosts a lavishly painted surreal super hero color cover as one NFT plus 18 pages of … Continue reading ArtVndngMchn Zine by Joe Chiappetta
In her most recent work, Hair of Medusa collapses the boundary between dreams and memories through scenes that become dreams-as-memories or memories-as-dreams.
Spanish artist Gala Mirissa is a quintessential digital polyglot whose work spans mediums and software but whose subject matter often remains focused on the balance of feminine strength and fragility. Working across still and animation, digital and physical, Gala continues to expand her practice into newer mediums like projection mapping. Most recently, she has contributed … Continue reading “I am the storm.” | An interview with Gala Mirissa
Nigerian artist Alli Hahmmed aka Xeus Imagery has found a home for his latest series of fictional portraits, New Gods, at MakersPlace.
Montreal-based 3D artist Fvckrender, has cemented himself as one of the most successful artists in Canada and as a web3 artist to reckon with. His wide-ranging work of alien jewels, humanoid lovers, futuristic landscapes, and macro shots of unknown elements barely scratches the surface. BROKEN_BEAUTY// by Fvckrender Much like Beeple, Fvckrender has made the daily … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Fvckrender
While the NFT space has proven to be quite open and welcoming to diverse audiences, women-led projects have experienced headwinds that others have not.
With the birth of an era in art that feels wholly new, it’s easy to focus on and glorify the aesthetics and artist practices that are now, for the first time, gaining notoriety as legitimate fine art. But the risk presented by a metaverse-centric stance is losing track of the art that freezes the real … Continue reading Photography NFT Spotlight: The IRL Around Us
May is National Photography Month, and MakersPlace is ready to celebrate those artists who’ve captured our history, culture, joys, and sorrows. Photography is a time machine that freezes and distills moments into pure gesture and emotion. Photographs — when candid, truthful, and heartfelt — are our best window into the lives and experiences of others. … Continue reading Celebrating National Photography Month
Moriartsy x Marshall Swerman present the “Warholics,” a limited series with rare photographs of Andy Warhol in and around The Factory in NYC.
Anime and manga are quickly rising genres in the NFT space. MakersPlace hosts a wide range of artists and collections working with anime/manga styles in their artwork.