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.

Meet the Artist: Hidden Forces

“Aesthetically Sound,” an in-house curated exhibition for the 1stDibs NFT platform, contemplates the junction of music and art on the internet.

Richard Garet Discusses ‘Frame Compositions’

Digital artist Richard Garet explores formal elements of the digital canvas.

Meet the Artist: OgiWorlds

We asked Ogi to answer a few questions about his backstory, art practice and experience with NFTs as a medium.

Meet the Artist: Jessica Ticchio

Her body of work, inspired by minimalist art and sculpture, focuses on reinterpreting reality as a place of peace and contemplation.

Electronic Musician PLS&TY Brings His Keen Eye — and Ear — to Our Latest NFT Show

The Florida native tapped a dozen digital artists to create new animations themed around the ocean, and he created an original score for each one.

PLS&TY Discusses ‘Oceans Lost’

PLS&TY, the brainchild of musician and audiovisual NFT creator Tommy Leas, has become an established figure in the world of live electronic music and now is a rising star in the NFT space. As his fans may already know, PLS&TY, which plays on Tommy’s name (PLS rhymes with Leas and the “T” and “Y” come from Tommy), produces upbeat music with strong pop melodies. Any listener would describe the sound as feel-good dance tunes that inspire and energize a crowd.
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