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Abstract Art Feeds

Here are some abstract art feeds about NFT, and others topics about abstract painting.

abstract art - Photo by Steve Johnson
Photo by Steve Johnson
  • par Artist
    Join BURRAGAD on Platform X Twitter – click the image above to join him! Everybody who is anybody within the NFT crypto digital art world are now joining the extremely famous, and rapidly rising to very high prominence, NFT mascot BURRAGAD on Platform X Twitter. But, why would anybody within the digital art world want […]
  • par Artist
    Join BURRAGAD on Platform X Twitter – click the image above to join him! BURRAGAD looks forward to your support and having you on side. See you on Platform X Twitter.
  • par Artist
    The Famous Icon Burragad Encourages SEC ETF For ETH The Rise of BURRAGAD: A Digital Mascot Phenomenon In the dynamic realm of digital art, few phenomena have captured the collective imagination quite like BURRAGAD. This digital mascot, a brainchild of a popular Abstract Expressionism blog, has not only become a beloved icon but also a […]
  • par Artist
    The Emergence of Burragad: A Digital Mascot for the New Artistic Era Art enthusiasts and NFT digital pioneers stand on the precipice of a brand new era. Many are now saying that the BURRAGAD mascot could become the most famous NFT digital art mascot in the history of Crypto representation – ever. In the dynamic […]
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  • par Paddy Johnson and William Powhida
    Beeple (b. 1981), EVERYDAYS: THE FIRST 5000 DAYS, 2021. Non-fungible token (jpg). 21,069 x 21,069 pixels (319,168,313 bytes). Minted on 16 February 2021. Starting Bid: $100. Hammer price: 6.6 million. Offered as a single lot sale concurrently with First Open. Online, 25 February to 11 March On this episode of Explain […]
  • par Paddy Johnson
    Documentation of R.M. Vaughan’s “Super-Diviner” (2014) at Videofag, Toronto Some experiences I wish I could recall with clarity vanish almost as soon as they occur. Artist and writer RM Vaughan's "Super-Diviner" (2014) performance marks one such instance: an unusually perceptive tarot reading I still regret not committing to memory. Held at the now defunct Toronto […]
  • par Paddy Johnson and William Powhida
    In this episode of Explain Me, we continue our conversation with Artnet's National Critic Ben Davis as we take stock of 2020.  In this episode:  We discuss the biases of algorithm sorting Ben Davis coins the term cultural inflation, a term that refers to franchise media properties. We examine the relevance of ART CLUB 2000 […]
  • par Paddy Johnson and William Powhida
    In this episode of Explain Me, we take stock of the year in art with Artnet's National Critic Ben Davis. What happened in the art world in 2020?  We ask this knowing that we obviously have not seen a lot of art or attended anything remotely like a normal opening. But, a lot happened this […]
  • par Paddy Johnson and William Powhida
    Image by Andy Adams. via: FlakPhoto instagram. In this episode of Explain Me we talk to Andy Adams (@FlakPhoto on instagram) a culture producer, and long time digital director. Andy is the founder of FlakPhoto Projects, an international community of photographers that operates in a parallel path to the one Powhida and Johnson come from—the […]
  • par Katrina Vera Wong
    Name: Diego Araujo Which came first in your life, the science or the art? Is there a difference between them (laugh)? As far as I …Thank you for reading, please visit Art the Science's Blog for more amazing SciArt content.
  • par Katrina Vera Wong
    Name: atelier*zephyr (Hisako) Which came first in your life, the science or the art? I have loved to draw since I was a child. At …Thank you for reading, please visit Art the Science's Blog for more amazing SciArt content.
  • par Vrinda Nair
    Name: Leonora Martínez Núñez  Which came first in your life, the science, or the art? It has been a fluctuating thing I believe. As a …Thank you for reading, please visit Art the Science's Blog for more amazing SciArt content.
  • par Vrinda Nair
    Name: Sofía Polcowñuk Which came first in your life, the science or the art? As a young girl, I had a strong influence from both. …Thank you for reading, please visit Art the Science's Blog for more amazing SciArt content.
  • par Katrina Vera Wong
    If there’s any respite to be found from the difficult times that seem to surround us, it’s in art. Art that is moving and beautiful, …Thank you for reading, please visit Art the Science's Blog for more amazing SciArt content.

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