The NFT Art World

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The world of NFT art is a billion-dollar business. Not surprisingly, everyone from Grimes to Damien Hirst is involved in a lucrative venture. However, sometimes it can be difficult to know which artists are worth paying attention to.

First, you need to answer the question of what is NFT art.

In the modern world, many things have lost their physical value. In just a few years, virtual clothing and augmented reality games have appeared, and the popularity of streaming services has increased exponentially. Therefore, it is not surprising that in the era of new technologies, new art has also appeared.

NFT art is, in fact, digital art, the works which exist only on digital media (although no one prevents you from printing a piece of crypto art, as you do with a regular picture from the Internet). Paris Hilton, Eminem, Justin Bieber, and even Snoop Dogg now have a digital art collection. They are not afraid to spend a lot of money on the work of digital artists, despite the fact that many experts call NFT art just a kind of hype.

NFTs art continues to be hugely popular. Non-fungible tokens are works of art created on the blockchain with unique encryption codes, the authenticity, and ownership of which can be verified. An NFT might be anything from a piece of digital art to an album.

With everyone from fashion designers to musicians, influencers, and artists jumping on the bandwagon, it can seem a little tricky to figure out which artists to look out for. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of all the most in-demand NFT performers today.

FEWoCIOUS

 Fewocious is leading an NFT Renaissance and has more than 50,000 followers across Twitter and Instagram. He has sold over 3,103 NFT pieces at $5,812 each.

Mad Dog Jones

LOST IN A MOMENT © MAD DOG JONES

Mad Dog Jones is known for an adoptive, surreal, and dynamic crypto artwork style. His work mainly includes paintings, which morph into a digital scene through compilation and coloring. In total, he sold about 1,567 pieces, averaging $9,063 per sale.

Beeple

Mike Winkelmann, who goes by Beeple, is undoubtedly the top-selling NFT artist. By March, he had made 845 NFT sales for over $133,544,000.

Pak

Pak, Untitled (2020).

Despite being anonymous, he has produced digital artworks for two long decades. The artist has also been recognized by the notable Elon Musk and has sold 1,691 works averaging $9,354 per work.

Slimesunday           

I’m Eating Fun Dip by Slimesunday

Mike Parisela, who goes by the artist name Slimesunday, is an anonymous collage NFT creator in Boston, MA. His work aims to push the boundaries of appropriate mainstream media art by exploring bizarre and erotic themes. You’ll find some of it in Playboy, Penthouse, Hunger, and Glamour Magazine.

Trevor Jones

Picasso by Trevor Jones

Fascinated by the integration between art and tech, Trevor Jones’ artwork includes augmented reality, NFC tags, and QR codes. And after purchasing his first Bitcoin, Jones started intertwining his pieces with cryptocurrency themes. As of now, Trevor Jones has sold 5,284 NFTs, worth about $18,591,000.

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