The artworks below were all created using algorithms.
Some are digital only and made with code, others were handmade also following a system of rules. Some can be plotted, all can be printed. Some sold out.
All published as digital art tokens on the Ethereum & Tezos blockchains.
Collectors of my tokens can upgrade to a signed limited edition fine art print.
Some of the artworks below are available as Open Edition prints.
“How do I buy your art then?”
To buy digital artworks on the Tezos blockchain, you’ll need a credit/debit card AND a digital wallet compatible with the Tezos network, where you’ll receive the artwork. You can also buy with “tez” (internet money), but let’s keep this simple.
There are many Tezos wallets available. Get one, and then you can buy the artwork. Some excellent and secure options are Temple or Autonomy. To pay with a credit/debit card, click “sync” on the website to use your Tezos wallet or paste your Tezos wallet address when requested during checkout.
Similarly, to buy digital artworks on the Ethereum blockchain, you need a digital wallet compatible with the Ethereum network, like MetaMask.
“Why not just sell prints?”
Only some people want a print. Many young collectors prefer to own digital files and –maybe– print them later. Or use it as a background on their phones and laptops. Or resell later.
Digital art will live on the blockchain “forever”. The blockchain provides a way to prove ownership and authenticity of the artwork. If the print is lost, the owner of the digital token can get another. It also allows the artist to receive royalties on future sales.
Not all digital art is static. Some are interactive, animated, have sound or change over time. Some are even created by the collector. Digital art is still a relatively new medium, and it’s exciting to see how it evolves.