Daata have partnered up with Foundation for an inaugural drop of three artists who have been making waves on the web and in the world. For insights into how to grow a digital art entity organically and at scale in alignment with their existing philosophy, FAD’s MOOGZ got in the mix with Daata’s key players: founder David Gryn, Daata Fair organiser Barnie Page and Daata’s tech wiz Josh Hardy.
There remains, however, a much juicer target ripe for exploitation; the luxury products themselves need a “smart chip” of some sort in order to link the provenance of the physical item to its records on the blockchain.
Art collective Guardiol to launch NFT blockchain-backed synthetic gemstones to help protect biodiversity and the environment.
Mining for commercial gemstones causes contaminated water, releases toxins into the air, erodes soil and destroys vegetation. Hazardous chemicals used… Read More
This Saturday May 8th 2021, four UK-based contemporary artists will be selling their artworks in an auction like no other…. Read More
Gretchen Andrew: ‘ I’m at a moment of particular convergence where my work has snapped into a personal and conceptual place, where everything seems to make sense, including the dead-ends and burned bridges.’
The relationship between Gretchen and Google is like a modern-day David & Goliath. In kung-fu fashion, Gretchen observes how Google’s… Read More
We caught up with the artist Ben Elliot during The Artist Is Online: Painting & Sculpture In The Post Digital Age
A group show presented by König Gallery in Decentraland, to talk about the show his art practice and the future.
We managed to catch a virtual chat (aren’t they all nowadays) with one of the most important players in the digital /NFT world An Rong Director of Art & Cultural program at SuperRare ahead of their exhibition Invisible Cities which opens today April 2nd on SuperRare, Decentraland and Hook Art.
WEBB talks about the intersection of video games & art, the digital identity + the potential of creating new worlds online.
In the first of this new FAD series of interviews with digital talent in the crypto-art space, MOOGZ aka Matthew O’Donnell talks to artist WEBB, aka Thomas Webb about the intersection of video games and art, the digital identity, and the potential of creating new worlds online.