🎨 #30NFTartists30days Overview And Takeaways
I wrote one article per day about a different NFT artists during March, this is what I learned
As you might know, in March, I wrote one article about a different NFT artist every day. I shared those articles through my newsletter and the #30NFTartists30days hashtag on Twitter. It was an awesome experience, as I learned many things, chatted with very talented creators, and shared their stories which aren’t easy to find. This edition is a short recap of all the articles, in addition to my learnings and some geeky metrics 🤓
This is what I learned:
Most artists don’t know what they are creating. They don’t have a clear plan, and most of the time, they deviate from their original idea. The magic happens while working on their art, somehow.
90%+ of the NFT artists I interviewed joined the NFT space, thanks to hic et nunc, around March 2021.
From a writing perspective, I thought it would be harder to deliver one edition per day. Thanks to all artists being very responsive and providing great answers, it was possible. Thanks to all of you that participated!
There are too many talented artists out there, which made the selection process very hard. I tried to include creators I didn’t feature previously in my newsletter, so, unfortunately, many notable artists weren’t included.
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All editions had a great reception! but these three stood out:
Most read edition: 🌿 Zancan Is Bringing Nature To The Metaverse
Most opened edition: 🧠 Jenni Pasanen's NFTs Combine Artificial Intelligence with Human Creativity
Most shared edition: A Short Walk Through Jinyao's Alley
Here are all the editions, in case you missed them:
Until next time,
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