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Hi, and welcome to the newest issue of NFT Matrix, where I present NFT Artists’ work. There is no presumption or judgement here, only exposure. The artist I am presenting is Steve Pikelny. Smart and hilarious is how I would describe their work. I look at a couple of the artist’s pieces from their various platforms and provide my feelings and thoughts. Hope you enjoy, I’m always open to feedback.
Piece: “Ripple” Link
NFTMatrix: This isn’t an NFT, but thought it was very fun. You start with a blank screen, and then click, creating digital ripples. Eventually the screen gets overwhelmed with digital noise. Great concept.
Piece: “Pointers” Link
Artist: “Edition of 100 works”
NFTMatrix: This collection is very in-fashion for nft collectors; generative art with colors and shapes. I like this one since it reminds me of vector math or thermo-fluid dynamics, which I remember being fun to learn (good teachers are important). I could see them being great record album cover art as well.
Piece: “Uncirculated Fake Internet Money” Link
NFT Matrix: I found Stevie P after I bought the Zora zine. Reminds me of reading my cousin’s zines from the early 2000s. I love the fake scammy website, and think it resonates with the part of nfts/crypto which makes me frustrated. But I love that he makes space to make fun of it (and does an excellent job). Another good one is his “Money Making Opportunity” , Cold Hard Cash, and Fake Internet Money.
Well, I hope you enjoyed this brief introduction to the artist! Find their links here.
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Mint on Zora - the art rollup.
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