Can you tell us about your background and what lead you down the path to becoming an artist and ultimately experimenting with NFTs? I studied painting, art history and photography at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. I spent almost 12 years working in fashion photography, after my […]
Wildalps is an incredible photographer from Switzerland, on weekends she spends her days scouting new locations or enjoying the outdoors around areas like the glacier waterfalls close to her home. We are thankful she was willing to sit down with NFT Culture to talk about her journey into the space: […]
Recently, NFT Culture was lucky enough to sit down with world-renowned photographer Matthew Jordan Smith to discuss a myriad of topics from what makes him tick, what inspires his work, why he began exploring NFTs, and what is next for him as he continues to explore the NFT space. We […]
Thank you for agreeing for this NFT Culture Interview. Please give our audience a bit of your background My name is Noe Alonzo, aka Noealz on my social media, and I am probably known best for my rainy cyberpunk and infrared photography. I was born and raised in South Texas, […]
Kate Woodman is a the Portland based conceptual photographer. Her cinematic style is centered around narrative storytelling, nostalgia, vernacular architecture, and a strong use of emotive color. She is also the creator of thebackdropstudio providing immersive backdrops for Photographers. We also love that cate shares her craft by and shows […]
As amateur photographers, we have a soft spot for professional photographers that find success in the difficult NFT space. We’ve had a great time getting to know the amazing UK (now living in Germany) Photographer and NFT artist Richard Powazynski How did you start getting into NFT photography? I have […]
Featured NFT Crypto Artist
Klarens is on year 4 of everydays and just dropped his follow up on Nifty Gateway. This time they are applying their trademark trippy color pallet on top of historic relics with a crypto-twist and we couldn’t be more excited. This time the artist focused on combining his incredible aeshetic with some of history’s forces of nature. His Salvator.eth OE resulted in over 600 mints at $333.00 and his Divine Elon (Our favorite) minted nearly 300 times. Another reason we love Klarens is that he is accessible to the community and not afraid to share how he makes his art with the world. In fact, you can buy 9 courses from him that show you how he creates his art for only $25 on his website. This incredible artist has worked with top names including Adobe, DJ Snake, Steve AOKI and more.
I am still on a journey and still learning everyday. While learning new things, I really like to share what I know with the community. This is why I created this platform, so I can share the techniques and resources that I use for my personal and client works.