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DAO – Digital Acid Overdose

“Meta Bug”
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10 sec gif loop 1080 X 1080

Illustrator of dream worlds and other worlds. Where do you want to go?

“Children of Light”
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Now, come back to the place where you were born.
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Dustin Rabin is a renowned photographer, best known for his high energy, black-and-white concert photography. Dustin has had rare access to document musicians who have helped shape rock music, including Paul McCartney, Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Billy Talent, Beastie Boys, Faith No More, Queens of the Stone Age, and Refused. His photography has appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone and in the pages of countless CD and DVD packages, magazines, and books worldwide.

“This Is A Call”
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I met Foo Fighters for the first time at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver on July 20, 1995. 
A lifetime ago. I was 21 years old and had only been shooting concerts for a couple of years. 
That afternoon I nervously waited behind the venue with a few dozen fans, hoping to see the band when they arrived. Although Dave Grohl had been drumming in the biggest band on the planet less than a year and a half earlier, Foo Fighters were starting from scratch. 
And as such, they pulled up in a pretty ordinary, used, band van. 
Pat Smear got out first, opened the rear doors, and William Goldsmith who was fast asleep literally rolled out. 
He got to his feet and started hauling gear into the club with Nate and Pat. Dave was talking to a guy from the venue and fans just stood there staring at him. 
It was awkward. When they were done talking I impulsively walked up to him and said the first three words that came to me: “Hi. I’m Dustin”. 
“Hi! I’m Dave!” he replied. We shook hands and I told him I’d be shooting the show and hoped they’d be interested in seeing the pictures someday. 
He asked for my info and I handed him my card. “We’re playing near Seattle in a couple of days if you want to come hang out.” As for my time in the photo pit that night in Vancouver, I’ll never forget the feeling of Dave and Pat’s guitars ripping through my chest while they played This Is A Call. 
That show left a mark! Two days later I was in Bremerton, Washington and to my surprise there was an all access pass waiting for me at the ticket window. 
I walked into the empty venue before the doors opened and heard “Hey! You made it!” It was Dave and he had my card in his hand. 
“I told you I wouldn’t forget!”. I’ve since had the pleasure of working with Foo Fighters for over 25 years. 
And if that wasn’t enough, they’ve directly or indirectly played a part in some of the most incredible and memorable experiences of my career. 
Paul McCartney, Beastie Boys, Queens Of The Stone Age, Them Crooked Vultures, Billy Talent, St Vincent. 
They’re are all people that I’ve been able to work with because of the three words uttered by this nervous kid in 1995. This photo can be seen in the documentary “Foo Fighters: Back and Forth” (2011). 
My favourite thing about it might be Pat’s socks. The initial owner of this NFT will also receive a special, animated version of the photo. For those interested, the minting of this NFT is carbon neutral thanks to Gold Standard-certified emission reductions (CERs) offsets purchased on

An acclaimed Medellín-based artist, growing up in Colombia in the 1980s had a profound influence on his work. In his physical and digital works, Restrepo communicates the psychological effects of living in a constant state both of internal and external violence. He is the creator of the NFT project “a ToN oF coke”, a response to the failed war on drugs that followed the bloody reign of Colombian cocaine traffickers, but in effect created more violence.

“Ideation 1/30”
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Moco’e Pavo is Camilo Restrepo’s
illustrated and tormented alter ego
and avatar. A pink humanoid sketch
with a big nose, sharp teeth, and big
green eyes permanently widened in
hysteria, he is constantly committing
gruesome acts against himself. Each
violent action plays on a loop like, as
Restrepo describes, “a disagreeable
thought that refuses to vacate your
head.” Through Moco’e Pavo,
Restrepo unpacks, redirects, and
mocks his anxieties and obsessive
suicidal ideations.

Abstract painter and digital expressionist.

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It just don’t stop.

Artist from Taiwan, now based in Paris.

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There are a lot of things in life that we regret, and one by one, they become empty voids in our memories. 
In the meanwhile, we also get something from what we have lost, and the things we have learned eventually fill up the voids left behind. 
The cycle goes on and on.

Graceland is best known for brave, bold use of colour in her vibrant artworks which depict the darker side of human nature and consumption. Her art visualizes self obsession and displays self questioning quotes. Her style is predominantly contemporary and humorous, but subtly influenced by the historical religious symbolism in Italian Renaissance and Flemish art. She examines human consumption. She explores scenes of how us as human beings, consume vices in life to feed our inner egos.

“Vice City Life”
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“What have I done? I’ve made a
massive mistake” Lileth said to

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the second ‘:’ in the ::) the first smile
was about a young boy trying to find
his footing in this world, embracing
the good and the bad, the ups and the
downs. the second smile is about him
realizing that in order to keep sane in
this ever fast moving world he needs
to keep his inner child alive, the one
that believed joy was the journey. he
decides to set fourth in the storm with
nothing but a smile and memories to
keep him grounded ::)

Mark Weaver is an American artist who creates surreal worlds inspired by 70s-era science fiction, medieval art, dadaism and the occult.

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Animated loop with audio Signed 1/1
A3 (297 x 420 mm) giclée print on
Hahnemühle archival paper included
with purchase.

“Back to Myself”
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Being perceived by others is a tiring
task. To constantly present yourself a
certain way – physically and
emotionally – is draining. To reflect
this, I drew an exhausted mermaid
coming home from work to reveal that
she is, in fact, a human.  In order to
find peace of mind, we mustn’t forego
our true selves – the core of who we



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