The headliner for the April NFT Boxes was XCOPY. XCOPY is a London based Crypto Artist whose style is unique amongest a growing sameness of NFT Art (note the hundreds of punk ripoffs). Usually, the feature artist would mint the same artwork to every NFT Box creating an edition size between 500-750 based on the… Continue reading XCOPY Saint Less
The Singularity Resistance is an NFT created by the artist Bobvila69. Who the F&^% is Bobvila69 you ask? Well they’ve answered that themselves in this video. This was one of the pieces that I picked up in the NFTBoxes March box and it’s pretty much one of my favourite pieces of art in my collection.… Continue reading The Singularity Resistance
This lovely NFT came through as part of the NFTBoxes project that is lead by the infamous Pranksy. The artist for this piece is Orabelart who has an impressive portfolio of work over the past few years (which is exactly why she landed as an artist within the NFTBoxes).
The Rarebit Bunnies project is one of my favourite projects on NFTs at the moment. In an ecosystem that is becoming more about churning out quick content for maximum profits, this project is one of passion and consistency with a lovely little community that goes alongside it. This particular Rarebit bunny was part of a… Continue reading Ethereum Bunny — Rarebit Bunny
I have a plan. I’m keen to use the data from the NASA Habex (Habitable Exoplanet Observatory) to group planets that are considered to be in the habitable zone (or sometimes referred to as the Goldilocks zone, not to cold, not too hot). The data from these discoveries could then be visualised in a 3d… Continue reading NFT Generative Planets
I’ve been extending my interest in NFT’s and digital collectables and it’s taken me over to NBA Top Shot. As a 10 year old I used to love collecting cricket cards and keeping them in a folder, I even remember unwrapping a Shane Warne hatrick special edition card that was worth $300 (and is now… Continue reading Opening NBA TopShot Pack
I just successfully purchased my first piece of digital art. It was by Frederik Vanhoutte who I’ve been following on Instagram and Twitter for a while. I first came across his work while looking for generative artists using pencil and notebooks for back pocket notebooks, like this post. The whole concept of digital art and… Continue reading First piece of digital art — Some places of interest @wblut
It’s really tempting to create your empire upon the platforms where the most people hang out. Tools like Twitter, Instagram, TicTok, LinkedIn, YouTube etc have amazing apps that allow you to quickly and easily contribute to conversations. They also provide a much larger potential audience base for you to connect with too. The key for… Continue reading Post content on your own platform first