New artists on SuperRare

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veni, vidi, glitchi.  

ALL CAPS

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ALL CAPS by Polygon1993 Tribute to MF DOOM. Analog glitch art.  

KINGS and DEMONS  

STAKE AND BURN

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2048 X 2389 Animated gif  

This is lit by hand! Welcome to the 176-cameras long-exposure show on SuperRare! Stories behind-the-scenes on https://ericpare.com/radiance  

Radiance 01

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The only source of light is the one in my hand. Radiance is a hand-crafted trace of light created in 8 seconds, captured by 176 cameras. It lies at the crossroad of technology, performance and photography. Behind-the-scenes on https://ericpare.com/radiance  

Bristol-based loop maker  

Maintaining Happiness

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It’s as simple as that.  

Into the night

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Oftentimes we don’t understand why our realities present us with pain, suffering, or destruction. This contrast in life can be the spark that incites change, setting us on a new journey more aligned with our deepest desires and who we are at the core of our being. Sometimes we have to strip off all of the layers of the past and fall apart in order to rise up into our highest selves. No matter how dark things can seem, there is always that glimmer of light peeking through the shadows; giving a spark of hope to keep going and trust in the unfolding. Today, on this equinox, we honor the balance of the light and the dark. We feel gratitude for the changes that come with the passing of time. For life comes at us in cycles of growth, harvest, death, and rebirth just as we see in nature. As the days get shorter and the nights grow longer, we descend into the darkness of the night. Facing our own inner darkness of the ego and the subconscious—we prepare for the birth of the Light within.

brazillian artist surfing the caos  

Cabinet of My Last Dream

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secret gate

Everyone’s the lead character in their own short story 

Surreality

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Dreams do come true. Hindsight is 20/20. The message of this piece is the delicate balance of an artists internal battle with themselves. Perseverance through days as a starving artist. One of the most difficult feelings I’ve faced throughout my life experience is the decision to take the risk and chase my dreams, vs to struggle for security and face “reality”. Are we completely in control of our own destiny ? Or are we at the mercy of hoping to be in the right place at the right time.  

Digital Fine Artist  

Undiscovered Peace | Wes Henry 2022

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“Many people are alive but don’t touch the miracle of being alive.” – Thich Nhat Hanh

drawing ugly stuff.  

posession.

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push me and pull me wash me away in the tide of your delusion  

Arzena Ersidyandhi a.k.a arzenaers is visual artist based on Indonesia. My artworks Inspired by music and the things that happen around me  

Coincident

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“Coincidence is destiny, and destiny is not coincidence.” Digital Art Png 4738 × 2828 px 10.7 mb 2022  
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A history of cryptoart: In conversation with artist Panter Xhita

A history of cryptoart: In conversation with artist Panter Xhita

A history of cryptoart: In conversation with artist Panter Xhita

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Staring at the work of Argentinian artist Panter Xhita is like looking through a peephole into intimate moments from the cultures around her. There is an insightful vulnerability, an honesty, that evokes human connection. Her individual works are often part of a larger composition, and her recent open edition drop on Nifty Gateway, “A history of cryptoart,” is no exception.

SuperRare Magazine sat down with Panter to discuss “A history of cryptoart” alongside the artwork she’s working on for this month’s SuperRare top collector badge.

SuperRare Magazine: Hi Panter! Can we start by talking a little bit about the POAP you’re creating for SR’s monthly top collector badge?

Panter Xhita: Yes! Here goes: 

I will try and summarize the themes as much as possible. It is not easy because I have been working on many concepts in these last two years and also the size of the work has to be small due to the format. But this idea seemed to me the most appropriate to introduce my work to all the future POAP collectors.

I am going to work with nature–maybe plants being born from a technological device. In this way I will represent the two times in which we all live in this space: the slow pace of our own human nature, and the frenetic pace of the internet.

This idea also tries to represent the inner movement of what appears to be still. How our culture grows within these new technologies. How the human continues to evolve towards unsuspected spaces. How we cling to new objects and, from there, we use our creativity to continue growing.

SM: Very exciting. And this is coming just on the heels of your highly discussed drop on Nifty Gateway, “A history of cryptoart,” correct? Can you give me a little background on the project? Where did the idea come from? What will it look like? And what are your goals for it?

PX: Sure. I’ve been a full time crypto artist for two years now. And since my beginnings, I always had a great interest in the history of this space. I found it amazing to have the possibility of being able to chat with all the artists who built this space. Being able to send a message to Matt Kane, Josie, Coldie, Gisel Florez, Carlos Marcial, or XCOPY and receive a response (and even forge a friendship with some of them) is something invaluable and that many people will surely envy in the future!

 

In the first months, I spent whole nights studying their works to understand, through their art, what I was getting into. And also how could I forge my own path as they had already done, or as they were doing. I needed guides in a place as abundant, heterogeneous, explosive and decentralized as this one.

Later on, I began to write my reflections on their work. I started a weekly Twitter thread where I tried to think out loud and with input from friends about the work of these OGs in our space. And that was fun.

But it wasn’t until living in Mexico that the idea for “A history of cryptoart” occurred to me.

Before dedicating myself to cryptoart, I graduated in Visual Arts in Argentina. I studied all the great artists and their work in bad photocopies (in black and white) and, of course, dreamed of seeing all those works live.

And cryptoart gave me that opportunity. Cryptoart made me fulfill all those nearly forgotten dreams, and now I’ve been traveling the world for over a year as a digital nomad. That’s why I also feel in owe to this space and I am always thinking not only how to grow here, but also how to help grow the space itself. 

So when I was living in Mexico, I rushed to see the works of Rivera, Orozco, Siqueiros and all the Mexican muralists. And seeing these large murals was when the idea came to me: to represent each one of these important artists who built our space in a way that was both personal and collective…and massive!

That is when “A history of cryptoart” was born.

And my goal with this work is simple, but I’m sure it will take time: I want to ensure that each person (builder, artist, collector) who enters this space from now on knows on whose shoulders they are standing. To let them know that the foundations of their houses were built by other amazing artists that were here before.

SM: That’s amazing. I think it’s a really important project. We recently interviewed Pindar Van Arman, and he was talking about how, when he was in art school, he’d dream with his friends about how amazing it would have been to be part of a movement like Impressionism, and how he never thought he’d be lucky enough to be a part of something similar until cryptoart came around.

Can you tell me a little about the format of the project? Will it be a single piece? Or are you releasing pieces for some or all of the 90 portraits? Open edition?

PX: “A history of cryptoart” is divided into three sides (left – central – right). And if you get the three sides, you can then claim the whole piece undivided.

The drop was an open edition and open for 24 hours on August 29th.

I chose this system so that everyone had a fair chance and could get, if not all, at least a part of our history.

SM: And what have you learned from the opportunity to interview such important members of the cryptoart community?

PX: I think the most important thing I learned from many of them is not a concept, but an attitude, a way of seeing the landscape. I learned not to rush, but look for stable and organic growth, to have fun, prioritize making friends, and, of course, making sales! But not to create with sales primarily in mind. I learned to not surrender in front of difficulties, to be patient, and to show everybody who you are and what your story is through your art. 

SM: Has cryptoart provided opportunities for you as an artist that previously seemed unattainable?

PX: Before cryptoart I was a waitress in a small town in Argentina. It was hard to find time to create because the Argentine economy is super difficult and I had to work all day.

Today, I am a full time crypto artist. I travel the world as a digital nomad and spend all day thinking about art and interacting with thousands of friends who are as interested in art as I am. 

This would have been impossible without cryptoart. That’s why I live it with passion. It gave me every opportunity. And I don’t want to lose any. Because I know how rare those are in the rest of the world.

SM: Why do you think it is important that we record the early history of the cryptoart movement?

PX: So that the extractive spirit does not prevail over the constructive spirit in this community.

I think it is important to tell every newcomer that this is not an infinite space financed by some big company. It is a space built and maintained by everyone. It is a space like any other that (if we do not take care of it) has a risk of failing. And to take care of it, it is necessary to know its history and honor its builders.

This space was built with a revolutionary spirit. And it would be very sad to see it get lost in the clutches of influencers and big brands.

Which does not mean denying growth either. But look for the healthiest way to grow. And because of that, I think it is good to remember the initial values ​​of this space. And I want this piece to play a role in that.

SM: What’s next for you as an artist?

PX: I got two things in mind until the end of this year:

  1. Keep studying and thinking of ways to add more value to “A history of cryptoart” collectors.
  2. Finish my collection, “Augment Reality,” to be minted in SuperRare – probably just one or two more pieces to finish the concept.

After that, probably some crazy holidays to recharge the batteries and find inspiration for a future concept.

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Artist, designer, founder and creative director of MARRISA WILSON New York, a contemporary womenswear brand bridging the gap between Web2 and Web3.

Green Palm

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“Green Palm” is a hand-painted fashion illustration developed for the MARRISA WILSON New York Spring/Summer ’23 Runway Collection, “Of Many Waters,” which will debut on the NYFW Runway on September 11, 2022. The auction for “Green Palm” will launch as the model walks down the runway wearing the physical representation of the style depicted within the illustration itself. This artwork and design will be featured within the NYFW.com livestream of the show, making this the first-ever collection of fashion illustrations released as a digital art series in conjunction with a NYFW Runway Show – a historic moment for fashion in Web3. “Green Palm” will be Look 26 in the MARRISA WILSON New York Spring/Summer ’23 Runway Collection, and one of five pieces in the MW Genesis NYFW Fashion Illustration Series. Collectors will receive a framed print of their illustration and will be entered into a raffle to receive another hand-painted fashion illustration featured in the NYFW Runway Show for free.

photographer of life on film and digital

endless dock

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We told stories here, at the endless dock. Stories of adventures yet taken. We sold dreams here, at the endless dock. Dreams we never bought. We danced on top of hope, at the endless dock. Hope that put an end to the music. I now find myself back here, Giving voice to the stories you can’t hear, selling dreams to an empty register, and dancing to the still silence of hope. You set sail long ago. One that has no return. So often, I wander back to recollect.. At the endless dock.

Every shot that I make contains a shard of my soul. I am inspired by the movement of light and the role it plays in human perception.

Triptych: Hesitation. Numbness. Elevation

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Triptych: “Hesitation. Numbness. Elevation” Hesitation: Each of us has to find the strength to move on choicelessly. If we don’t, we will perish into the past. It feels like there is no hope, everything is lost, and the darkness has consumed everything. The resin blankets me as I fight to protect my world with every ounce of my strength. From behind the rock, I move in anguish and looks around; regret and pain have filled my heart. I don’t give up, for I know patience will re-strengthen my soul. So she waits. Numbness: There are no victories without blood. You can’t rise without first dissolving into dust. Don’t you know it’s impossible to be beautiful without it? It takes courage. I stumbled; the resin tightened my hands and spread all over my body; I couldn’t scream or move. I felt cold and afraid. A million convulsions pass through me and my body. Everyone is scared of changes because you don’t want to lose everything you know over a single mistake. Some overcome the fear of numbness to become invincible. Elevation: The voices in our heads speak doubtful things, yet they seem enchanting. I take a deep breath and continue to listen. I am unwavering since it’s my world. Every step will remind you of the few mistakes you made in the face of a thousand victories, the universe moves in harmony with you. Reminding you that we are the masters of our worlds and must fight to retain that awareness. The struggle of being covered by the resin seems endless; It feels like we are left alone with it, at war with our own selves, in an eternal, dark night of the soul. We rise despite all of it. Triptych: “Hesitation. Numbness. Elevation” 39.5mb 12000 x 6000

a new media artist, who experiments with technology to create art inspired by lived experience

together.

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We have an unspoken bond. A sisterhood. [created with open ai dall-e 2]

Art Mutant

Remote

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strangers of no control and deprived destiny

Interdisciplinary artist and curator of The Garrick 🏛 (he/him)

They Will Let Anyone

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Ukrainian artist, painter, printmaker and lucky bastard

Attractors

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If we take our common perception of time out of the equation, then we can see that the same laws apply everywhere. Where a raindrop dries up on the warm concrete, and how the ancient sea receded, leaving behind the deep canyons; in the merging of two galaxies, and in the movement of the foam on a cappuccino. Countless dimensions, where everything is in a state of constatant change, through which you can travel by guiding your imagination and the focus of your attention. I see a human as a part of this grand organized chaos, the multi-dimensional fractal structure. A human is a strange attractor that creates a gravity pool in space, drawing into it the thoughts they consider their own, the events they sincerely desire or fear the most, the dreams, the feelings, the memories from the past lives, the other humans.

Artist / illustrator

Matangi City

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“Matangi City” is a piece I made inspired by M.i.a’s song Bad Girls. This work is the first part of the Axstonecity series. I wish you a lot of fun in the details of Matangi City! 5787 x 4134 px – 2022

As Much As Nothing

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As Much as Nothing refers to the existence of something being near equal to nothing. This piece has two parts: one digital, and the other physical. The digital NFT portion is an AI-generated landscape with a mirror-image of two Spirit Snacks ‘floating’ inside a pill-shaped dome. The physical piece is a mirrored altarpiece upon which are two glass bell jars – one with a physical 3D printed sculpture in its full physical glory, showing its reflection on all nearby reflective surfaces. The other empty glass container shows a floating AR version of the same sculpture, activated on via your phone. The AR version does not show its reflection in the mirrors, but it has shadows as it turns and floats within the screen – making it appear to be very much real and engaging in its presence. Purchase of the NFT comes with the entire physical installation.
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YVES FOR SYRO

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NEW FRAGRANCE FOR QUEERS

meditative abstraction transcendental art

Moral ethics of the unconscious

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Study of the individuation process, first meditation. Includes signed high-quality print

create, therefore, am. 

Lucifer’s Manifesto

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“Lucifer’s Manifesto”, the first artwork of the “Antithesis” collection depicts the post-banishment of the highest-ranking Angel according to the Bible and old beliefs, Lucifer. Inspired by the 1893 painting “Falling Angel” (by Alexandre Cabanel 1845-1887), Lucifer is the depiction of regret, war, crime, and sin. The banishment of the Light-Bringer could be considered to be his own version of hell, there are many interpretations of this myth, and story. The one tried to depict resembles the love of Lucifer for God and envy against Humanity. In his attempt, he’s trying to collect throughout history, the hands of the mightiest and rarest people possible, with the intent to gain back his ability to fly and reach the heavens. As noticed, the wing seems to reach the sky but fails to touch it, reference to “The creation of Adam” (by Michelangelo Buonarroti 1508-1512), as the clouds push back and gain distance from it. The whole artwork is dance, from the wings and sky to the waves pushing against the land full of blood, to the moon coronating Lucifer with his devilish horns as humans described him during the centuries. “Hell is being far away from what you love the most”. 7940 6460px digital painting.

My work is represented in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Carnegie Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, New York Public Library, Housatonic Museum of Art, National Gallery of Art, Yeshiva University Museum and other museums.

Triptych

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My genesis piece on SuperRare is a digital version of my painting “Triptych”. The oil painting was created in 1984 and is now in the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas. The size of the original painting is 78″ x 224″. I created three separate NFTs in Photoshop, one for each of the panels, as animated gifs. These were then combined in a video showing the panels side by side as I would like them to be displayed. The format is true to the work in its physical form at the museum. The painting is about dread in spirituality and change. It is all happening in the night. On the left is a lone rider with destination unknown, on the right is a figure wresting with the elements and with a mythical giant bird, and in the center is a transcendental experience they both have to go through, where they meet death face to face and survive. The painting is also a dialectic between abstraction and figuration, so this drama is very much played out in the context of contemporary art. This painting has an interesting history. It was purchased by Ed Broida in the 1980’s as the centerpiece for the museum he was planning to build in NYC. Due to complicated zoning issues the museum was never built. Mr. Broida was a major collector of Philip Guston and many other important artists. When he died he donated his collection to major museums.  

An impressionist artist that specializes in oil pastel paintings

Ocean study

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(Digital only) 

Graphite

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UPGRADED Digital CD! Rare Graphite Disc on Graphite Tablet. Artwork comes paired with “PROBLEM” (Catalog Record). Original Collector of “PROBLEM” also receives this artwork. Predecessor to future generative project.

🆅🅾🆇🅴🅻 🅰🆁🆃🅸🆂🆃.  

Souvenir

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“Souvenir” is loop/time-lapse through seasons, illustrating that quote from science fiction author William Gibson :”Time moves in one direction, memory in another.” Each scene is an hand crafted high resolution voxel art.  

creative studio based in Amsterdam, creating immersive stories. 

Nuit

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Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light.  

Art of the Story Cinematic Street  

Afternoon Delight

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Summer of 2020 lacked many things, surprises were plentiful however. They ranged from disorienting to terrifying, but on our toes we stayed. On a humid afternoon, the air opaque with confusion and cautious hope, another surprise came as quick as a flick of a paintbrush. Sheets of water spilled from the heavens on to a tin table, filling up water glasses and a half eaten bowl of crab linguine. We watched from a damp and dismantled dining room, still catching our breath during the delightful deluge on Broome street. A happy surprise.  

An artist always and a collector at times  

Reborn

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As the sun rises the past fades. Who you once were no longer matters. Baptized by the sun’s glow: today is a new day.  
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In the Name of Digital Renaissance

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On permanent display at the digital part of Louvre, Paris since 2022  

Connor Grasso (b.1999) aka “cnnnr” is conceptual and landscape photographer from Alaska, USA.

Everything Within Yourself

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Have you been searching for an answer?

artist

D-Konik 46 – Oxygen capsule

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Contaminated thoughts keep me from breathing. I can breathe in this capsule. And can get freedom of imagination.

Artist of the otherworldly, dark sensual. Creating stories you can be invited into. Let the muse inspire you.

Surrender

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Meet me in the dark waters as the sun settles into silence. Let the noise fall away as you surrender your body to mine. Find healing within the ripples of reflection.

Artist bringing otherwordly botanicals to life through machine learning, science, and sunlight.

The Machine’s Wildflower

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cyanotype impression of wildflower. The wildflower is generated with DALL-E 2 and physically printed as cyanotype using paper, ferric ammonium citrate, potassium ferricyanidesunlight, and time. Part of the artists’s ongoing work exploring machine learning and historic photography processes.

Why are we taught to fear the witches?

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An NFT by artist and filmmaker Charlotte ColbertAll her proceeds will go to support the UK charity End Violence Against Women and Girls. (https://www.endviolenceagainstwomen.org.uk) 

Paul is multi-award winning digital artist from the UK with 30 years of professional experience

Rapture

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My SuperRare debut. A depiction of pure transparent thoughts and connected impulses culminating in an out of body realisation of what is, and what can be. Sculpted in ZBrush and finalised in Cinema4D. 6000×4000 pixels  

I’m mexican 3D artist. Creative director on ITO LAB Mexico City Lead 3D artist on “Antonym” NFT proyect. Expert At Loving Life.

“A Sunset Through His Eyes”

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“A Sunset Through His Eyes” is a tribute to my Grandfather My Grandfather, Rafael Gutierrez Villaseñor, was a recognized painter in San Blas Nayarit Mexico, where he took experiences and the surroundings of the little fisherman town he grew up in, to paint his amazing environments. I made a homage and re-create those paintings grabbing as much detail from the original pieces as possible to transport the viewer into the feeling that the painting represents. This is the first piece of this collection. It will not conclude until most of the real paintings are done. Hopefully, this collection will transport the collector into a realm of nature, peace, and love such as it did to my family and myself. See the original painting here: https://www.instagram.com/p/ChloHLQucaY/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link 3440×1440 px  

film/video editor born and based in manila, philippines

OxyGène: Sharp Birth

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From Ancient Greek ὀξύς (oxús, “sharp”) γένος (génos, “birth”), referring to oxygen’s role in the formation of acids. ——_____—–____L_E_T_T__E_R ___ -M- _____ August 23, 2022 Dear human, This piece was sharp birth wasn’t sure what was gonna make just felt this thing moving tried best effort to express what saw while first time listening to this artist Jean Michel Jarre album called Oxygène (1976). hours straight listening to the whole experience in loop. Very persuasive. Sincerely here, Mohini

Contemporary Artist 08AM [Painter, NFTart] A contemporary artist 08AM expresses the influence of popular culture through the world of works built by the artist. The characteristic of the work is that it highlights the three-dimensional effect of form in flat painting and creates unique atmosphere. It proves the reason and existence of existence through creative activities and contains social messages of the times.

PARAKID : the heart of a lion

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An old Western expression from “the Prince(Niccolò Machiavelli)” the heart of lion means bravery and boldness. People with lion’s heart who are boldly investing in the future even when the macroeconomic system is unclear, due to the global economic recession in 2022. People who are strong enough to hang their hearts do not shake. Like the number 12 that meets again by the order of the universe, we set 12-second running time, hoping that the time would come back when everyone with the “Lion Heart” would shine again. PARAKID is the predecessor of painting by 08AM artist. They characterize the substitute for themselves in the inner plane conversation, overlaid with smoke and cell shapes, and are seen as familiar to the audience because when seen as visually understandable, we adopted social mechanism to wonder and get to know the object. PARAKID has evolved from the artist’s life and experience into form of acting that can express messages and emotions in various forms, and it means that only when various emotions and messages that are not organized are gathered and organized, become recognizable. PARAKID the heart of lion (2022) Artist 08AM Resolution: 2160 2160 Codec: AAC, H.264 Color: HD (1-1-1) Length: 00:12 sec Audio: Stereo Copyright(C)2022 Artist 08AM NFTart works. All rights reserved.  
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