Creativity at the intersection of fine art and blockchain technology, aka Decentralized Art.
Most crypto art centers around the two largest cryptocurrency platforms by market capitalization, Bitcoin and Ethereum. My crypto art if focused on decentralized oracle pioneer, Chainlink, their CEO Sergey Nazarov, and their token, LINK.
My political art warns against the threats of fascism in the United States of America. Specifically, my art references Naziism as an analogy to show how Trump’s rhetoric and behavior seem to look, feel, and sound like Hitler.
The term “trash art” started out as an insult towards a group of artists that challenged the art establishment with their newfound understanding of tech, copyright, and provenance. It has since become a badge of honor.
I use the surrealist technique to unlock ideas and images from the unconscious mind, depict dream worlds, and explore hidden psychological tensions. I’m particularly fascinated by René Magritte and Salvador Dalí’s visual aesthetic.
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING
“[your art is worth] less than nothing” – @MuseumofCrypto
PABLO FRAILLE & COLBORN BELL
You made it very clear you did not want to partner with us anymore. – @superrarejohn
You do you, your art is sick, and wherever you release it is your journey to decide. – @superrareroses
In all honesty its (sic) not gonna sell because [it] is trash. – @astronaughtyart
His stuff is such shit it’s not even worth the minting fees. Yes you are garbage. – @ryanolah2
This isn’t a “remix”, this is appropriation art- and not well-executed appropriation art, at that. – @LocalMothman
You should remove the #trashart tag from your bio and just put #trash since that’s clearly all you are lol. – @HeyZeusArt
The appropriate response was to acknowledge and learn from them. I don’t like seeing anyone sink and so I wish you well if you do learn from this at some point. – @GenuineHumanArt
Enjoy my NFT money amigo. A true “NFT Innovator” – @M7Bones
It’s probably legal to “parody” someone else’s art like this. To be honest, I don’t care at all about the legality question. But it’s really a dick move. What are you trying to accomplish, other than pissing off other artists? – @thefaketomato
WHO IS SECOND REALM?
I’m Eric P. Rhodes, a former designer at Twitter, Google, and Major League Baseball. I like to read nonfiction books and write about my mental health journey.
ERIC P. RHODES