neurocolor • Artist Spotlight
Where do you get your inspiration?
Aesthetically from artists from all kind and era, though I’m currently influenced to a high degree by my fellow artists from the crypto space. Conceptually I try to keep reading about topics that drag my curiosity. Examples of this are: research on the brain and visual perception, color theory, psychedelics, contemporary magick and lately the whole crypto movement.
What do you think of traditional artwork?
I’m a former oil painter and parallel to that I’ve been practicing digital art so I always try to merge the two ways and make them have a dialogue.
What got you in to Crypto art?
The seek for communities and spaces where collectors and creators were looking for create new forms, new meanings and new ways of interaction. The local scene in my city wasn’t in tune with my creative needs and hunger.
Do you think your art is fulfilling a purpose?
Absolutely. I strongly believe that all art creation have at least a purpose to take the limit of “what is possible to imagine” to the edge. To push the envelope of what it can be dreamed and projected.
Final question, what’s next for you as an artist?
I’m cooking a couple of projects related with the crypto space in a local level, gathering with the guys involved in Mexico City in order to create synergy and spread the word in new ways.
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