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Here are 10 things worth sharing from the generative and crypto art world
Happy Monday friends,
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Here are 10 things worth sharing from the generative and crypto art world:
1. Manifold is taking the spotlight in NFT town, and we can’t ignore it anymore. 👉 Read What’s Manifold?
2. Some of my newsletter issues will be available in the Autonomy.io content hub!
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Exciting collections from last week
3. Grails Season 3 by PROOF revealed the 20 participating artists. I’ll be sharing my thoughts and doing a market analysis this week…
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4. Perpendicular Inhabitation by Studio Yorktown on fxhash
What a fantastic reception! the collection might hit 200k Tezos in total volume soon…
Floor: 399 Tezos
Total Volume: +170k Tezos
5. For Algernon by elsif on fxhash
The creator of Elsewhere comes back with an abstract flower representation inspired by the short story Flowers for Algernon.
Floor: 120 Tezos
Total Volume: +30k Tezos
6. Quantum Places Lost in Time by Art Ralgo on fxhash
The secondary market exploded after minting out on a Dutch Auction that started at 25 Tezos.
Floor: 220 Tezos
Total Volume: +23k Tezos
7. System β by haxenfan on fxhash
α -> β is about "Increases in magnitude and decreases in computation". And still related the fleeting time in the generating process.
Floor: 37 Tezos
Total Volume: ~14k Tezos
Upcoming drops on my radar
8. PAL by Iskra Velitchkova & Marcelo Soria-Rodriguez on Kate Vass Galerie - Feb 28th
9. Libra by Cooper Jamieson on Art Blocks Presents - Jan 30
10. Bright Moments partners up with Samsung to bring their digital art to Samsung’s Art Store!
Did I miss anything exciting? Leave a comment or shoot me an email!
Until next time,
PD: I finally had some time to play with shaders. Here are my first creations - a series of three pieces that use the smoothstep function…