What Women NFT Artists Are Making in the Metaverse

Thirteen female creators explore the roles of identity and self in our latest NFT exhibition.

Sparrow Read on ‘IDentity: (Self)-Made by Women’

In the traditional art world, female creators have used self-image as a source of empowerment in the face of injustice. Now, these ideas are spilling over into the metaverse. But can NFTs make things more equitable for women?

Jonathan Winbush on ‘The Conversation’

The Pittsburgh-born digital creative tells us about the new NFT show he curated on 1stDibs and why up-and-coming artists make the most interesting NFTs.
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This Insanely Adorable NFT Artwork Is the Cure for Covid Winter Blues

One of the cutest artworks ever created, "Escapism — Friends," by Bella aka Piano and the Fox, may inspire you to move to the metaverse.

Danil Pan Discusses ‘A Strange World’

"A Strange World” may be an apt way to describe the newly emerged crypto art space that has taken the art world by storm.

Meet the Artist: Mvhma

We asked Mahima to answer a few questions about her background, process and art career so far.

Katie Peyton Hofstadter on ‘Metaglyphs’

These artworks are vessels that serve as a link between the familiar and the unknown. It’s the butterfly pinned to the board, and the butterfly rising above it. Not just the shark’s tooth, but its bite. — Katie Peyton Hofstadter

NFTs Are Making 1990s Net Artists Collectible in Their Native Mediums

For our latest exhibition, "nfttime," Mark Amerika brings together several digital-art pioneers to show what magic they can create with NFTs.

Mark Amerika on 1990s nettime and Today’s ‘nfttime’

Blockchain-based art doesn’t materialize in an art historical vacuum.

Meet the Artist: Karl Poyzer

For the in-house curated exhibition “Escapism: A World Beyond Worlds” by 1stDibs, artist Karl Poyzer creates vast dystopian scenes inspired by science fiction and cinematography.
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