CryptoChild is making Art by accident.
I want to create and express without being limited by fear of what others may think. If I feel afraid to share what I create, it must be shared. I subscribe to the principles of TrashArt.
My art is inspired by life including social and justice issues, memes, nature and love.
Love is love.
Often I feel compelled to create and express how I see the world.
Art can be more effective than words as it can be more attainable and is able to be engaged with and interpreted from an individual’s level and perspective.
Your story becomes entwined with my story, & your interpretation becomes an important part of the art – what it actually is or becomes. Together we are sharing a feeling & creating a story – the suggestion and the interpretation.
I’m an artist & collector
My first series ‘Justice for Some’ minted over a year ago after the death of George Floyd & featured in SuperRare Editorial.
I’ve collected ~400 NFTs since 2018 including some of the most exciting, beautiful & controversial.
Justice for Some 1.0 by CryptoChild
Owned by @CollinsCustomIP
SuperRare Editorial, Black Lives Matter: Activism in Crypto Art, 8 June 2020, an and Jose Andres.
LIQUIDITY MINING OR WASH TRADING – KEEP THIS FREQUENCY CLEAR 1.0 & 1.1
Owned by Max Osiris, Coldie, @iH0DL & CryptoChild
This piece is inspired by and offers commentary on cryptoart, wash trading and markets and further discussion in:
Cryptoartnet, CryptoArt Wash Trading: Let the Buyer Beware, 13 August 2020, Flux Research.
Rainbow Tremble by CryptoChild
Owned by Yaxtok
Pure Trashart, a remix of Collin’s ‘Trembling Ben’.
Featured in The Daily Chain article by D. G. Altman @ggmesh on art appreciation, the value of cryptoart to artists and collectors, and an interview with Alex Salnikov co-founder of Rarible.
The Daily Chain, When Rainbows Tremble, Rarible, 6 January 2021, D. G. Altman.
Current collaborative projects: