The artist of “Resilience”
He create digital stuff... any kind he can get into.
Self-taught 2d and 3d artist and musician.
As a freelance he often work as cover artist for bands and authors/publishers.
1. What inspired you to become an artist?
I don't know. It comes from the time I could not put ideas into thoughts and it's been there since. I think it's the way I found to express myself that works best for me, I've plenty to say but I'm clumsy with words. I'm also a musician and that is a huge part of my being and creative entity as well.
2. Please tell us about one artwork which, you are proud of.
Liberation, for a couple of reasons. It is important to me personally, but it's also been the artwork that has sedimented my stay in the NFT realm and with that, singlehandedly improved my current life.
3. What main statement did you want to make with that artwork?
It's an artwork with a lot of emotions put into it, though it's not necessarily a specific message. It was made shortly after a very relevant break up in my life and at a time when I had to, not only process that, but move back to my native country and go through a big change overall. This was part of my way to cope, to explain myself what's going on, and hopefully other people can see themselves reflected in that.
4. What else you wanna tell us about your art?
It's dark and moody, and sometimes purely fantastic and for fun. Most of the time a combination of both.
5. How do you see the future of NFTs?
The near future is bright for sure. More and more great artists are joining in, which I think is good for everyone. Further than that I don't really know!