All Seeing Seneca Two NFTs from BAYC lead artist Seneca, part of a larger Iconoclast V2 collection by multiple artists on OpenSea. Justin Aversano “Twin Flames #83, Bahareh & Farzaneh” by Justin Aversano Beeple Part of Beeple’s EVERYDAYS: THE FIRST 5000 DAYS collection. Image: Beeple Dmitri Cherniak The Ringers. Image: Dmitri Cherniak
I am not a crypto artist, I’m just a regular artist. I used a blockchain because it helps me achieve my artistic vision around the automation of aesthetics. In turn, it makes it possible to experience my art in the way I intended as an artist, and IMO makes my art better.
— Dmitri Cherniak (@dmitricherniak) February 3, 2021Clon FEWOCiOUS Gremplin CrypToadz by Gremplin. Image: Gremplin Hackatao A Podmork. Image: Hackatao Damien Hirst The physical prints of “The Currency.” Image: Heni Tyler Hobbs Fidenza #313 by artist Tyler Hobbs. Image: Art Blocks Mad Dog Jones “REPLICATOR” crypto art NFT. Image: Mad Dog Jones Yam Karkai World of Women NFTs, via worldofwomen.art
My art…that I drew…is on @ReeseW ‘s profile picture…this.is.so.crazy. Never would I have imagined this day to ever happen. Wow ❤️🙏
— Yam (@YKarkai) October 21, 2021Pak Pplpleasr Pplpleasr created an NFT cover for Fortune magazine. Image: Fortune XCOPY One of XCOPY’s works. Image: XCOPY
The author doesn’t currently own any work by the artists mentioned in the list. He traded a Damien Hirst NFT in the past.