NFT ART SHOW

EDITION #1 PINEAPPLES

GOES LIVE 20-03-2021 – 19.00 CET

About the show.

The artist collective: ARTIST STOP BEING POOR is organizing one of the first-ever NFT group shows, getting together artists from across the globe to exhibit and sell their work together.

The fully digital exhibition will gather works from different media and group them together into a 3d interactive exhibition. Art lovers will be able to browse the selection and buy copies of their favorite artworks, in order to start creating their digital art collection.

THE ART SHOW

A display of fruit-based digital art,
from creators worldwide.

50 Artists
50 NTF’s
100 Copies x NFT
3d art gallery view
Prices start at 0.1 ETH and raise every 20 copies sold
Trees planted with every purchase

Profit distribution

50%

ARTIST

20%

PLANTING TREES

10%

FUTURE EXHIBITIONS

20%

ORGANIZERS

Artworks.

Complete list of artworks included in the NFT PINEAPPLE ART SHOW.

Pineapple #1

Stephan van Kuyk

Teko van Kuyk’s works deal with his latent Latin influences. in 2016 he moved to Berlin, and he’s been loving it here. He has exhibited and sold his work all around the world in cities such as Berlin, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Brussels, Barcelona, and Madrid.

Berlin, Germany

@stephan.vankuyk
Website

About the Artwork

Teko van Kuyk’s works deal with his latent Latin influences. in 2016 he moved to Berlin, and he’s been loving it here. He has exhibited and sold his work all around the world in cities such as Berlin, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Brussels, Barcelona, and Madrid.

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Pineapple #2

Irene Cruz

Irene Cruz is a DOP photographer and video artist. She is fully engaged in photography in various fields: video art, film, as well as teaching. She currently resides in Berlin, where she takes advantage of the proximity to nature and northern light to incorporate them into her works.

Berlin, Germany

@irenecruzfoto

About the Artwork

Ananas Fantasy: There is something even more beautiful than losing control, and that is consciously giving up the fantasy that you ever had it. Let’s flow, let’s create, let’s break boundaries in this new era.

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Pineapple #3

Eloise Robbertze

I’m an expressionist artistic photographer. I create limited-edition prints from my original photographs. I use HDR techniques to create my unique style. I started my career in South Africa, moved to Malta, and am now in Mauritius. My artworks have been sold internationally and I’ve participated in solo and group exhibitions

Mauritius

@eloise.robbertze.art

About the Artwork

I am inspired by the natural landscape we live in. I encourage people to really look at their natural surroundings differently – from above, from below, sometimes from inside. I strive to showcase the colours and hues found in nature and share how beautiful our earth is. I love bright, bold colours in telling my stories.

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Pineapple #4

Younes LAASSOULI

Younes Laassouli is a painter and printmaker based in Morocco whose works have been exhibited nationally. For him, a portrait is a mirror that expresses our deepest feelings. In the creation of figurative works, Laassouli searches for “a state of flow”, through which he is wholly concentrated on the act of painting. His distinctive pieces are created using acrylics, India ink, and oils on canvas.

Marrocco

@ylaassouliart

About the Artwork

The kind of birds we will see in mars, alien animal with pineapple eyes

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Pineapple #5

ROCKINGMOJO

Hi! I’m Mojo. I’m a illustrator, tattoo and graffiti artist. Always loved working with different media and styles. Evolution arrived and here we are now: NFT’s. I’m creating my brand filled with street monkey murals, monkey canvases, monkey art toys, monkey clothing, and, of course, monkey media. But that´s for the long run.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

@rockingmojo

About the Artwork

Pineapples have an interesting meaning if you look up in history. Follow the trail and you’ll find that they were used as welcoming gifts. A welcoming symbol mixed with what’s fresh and exotic, and that’s where I think my monkeys live, where they play.

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Pineapple #6

Emanuela Carratoni

Hi! Formerly I started my career as an architect in Rome, now I’m also a freelance photographer and artist everywhere.

#Label

@cafelab_store

About the Artwork

I’m attracted by digital images, bold colors and abstract glitches applied to everyday figures.

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Pineapple #7

Portrait XO

Portrait XO is a transdisciplinary artist currently residing in Berlin. She won the Eurovision AI Song Contest Jury Vote in collaboration with Dadabots, and completed her artist residency at Factory Berlin x Sonar+D. Inspired by emerging technology, she researches computational creativity, human-machine collaboration, and explores new formats & applications for forward-thinking art and music. Born in LA and raised in London, she pushes to evolve traditional and non-traditional approaches to music making and immersive installations. She’s the founder of hybrid arts collective and label SOUND OBSESSED, SO LAB X, and CO:QUO. “

Berlin, Germany

@portraitxo

About the Artwork

“This AI pineapple art piece has been created in a way to explicitly showcase what AI looks and sounds like while machine learning is computing and creating. The synthetic voice designed by Birds on Mars was created based on the AI learning 1 hour of my natural talking voice. During this short audio clip, you can hear how the AI generates the word ‘pineapple’ based on 5 different voice models. Each model being trained at different lengths, you can hear the word become clearer at each iteration with some glitch and melody in-between. This piece invites people to listen and watch the possibilities and limitations of the current state of computational creativity.

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Pineapple #8

Phil Huels

I am a digital Designer from Cologne, Germany. Beside other projects like surreal Art, Illustration and Collage, I am currently working on a Collection of 500 digital CryptoFrogs. Pixel Art is a great way to express myself. Beside that, my surreal Art Account „Cuboid.Saviour“ recently reached the 12.000 Follower, which honors me a lot.

Cologne, Germany

@cryptofrogs

About the Artwork

I started with YouTube in 2012. The result of making Animation Videos were 25.000 active subscribers. In 2019 i started with surreal Art. Since then I build several communities with different topics. One of these topics is Pixel Art. The new NFT format gives Artists the chance to increase the value of their art pieces.

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Pineapple #9

Tanya Doan

“Tanya is a multimedia Asian-American artist based in Berlin.
She makes fun & playful analog artworks + digital illustrations. Much of her work features Apathetic Sheep, and she likes to explore use of patterns, geometry, and color.”

Berlin, Germany

@apatheticsheep

About the Artwork

An apathetic sheep has a pineapple surprise. Animated gif.

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Pineapple #10

Litca

I’m a Visual Artist and illustrator from Venezuela currently living in Valencia, Spain.
Passionate about experimental artwork, visual arts, character design, travelling, music, animal welfare and nature. Predominantly uses mixed media and watercolours.
Degree in Graphic Design from Prodiseño-School of Visual Communication, Caracas/Venezuela.

Valencia, Spain

@litca.art

About the Artwork

Pineapples for me are one of the fruit wonders, I grew up eating them since I was a child and I remember my mom use to have a Jar of pineapple water in the fridge because apparently it’s a great diuretic and she used to peel and wash the skin and then put it in a jar with water and drink it daily.
For this artwork I wanted to portray the pineapple as a powerful and beautiful flower among the long leaves.

For me it was a shock when I found out how and where they grow on the ground, it made me appreciate it even more.

It’s like a majestic and spectacular edible gift of nature.

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Pineapple #11

Trapd

Trapd [Trapped] is a street art duo based in The Netherlands that mainly works with textiles, cardboard, screen printing and spray paint. Contradictions are often central to their work. Always with the aim of telling a story with challenging and exciting images.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

@trapd.official

About the Artwork

Trapd just recently started working together as a duo. We are currently building an extensive portfolio and working towards our first exposition.

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Pineapple #12

Alex Ramirez

Alex has had a passion for art his entire life and in 2008 officially entered the art scene selling several works of art at local art exhibitions and shows in Miami, FL

Buenos Aires, Argentina

@chrislexstudio

About the Artwork

A simple depiction of a delivery person, Piney the Pineapple delivering an 8 bit pineapple in his underwear as result of the working from home during the pandemic.

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Pineapple #13

Daniele Galimberti

In 2009 he moved to Berlin and started getting interested in visual art, after visiting Transmediale festival, a futuristic exhibition about contemporary art.
His works are about a beyond reality, transcendental, ephemeral
‘I wanna represent what is impossible to express with rational thoughts.
There is a world out there, totally unknown to the rational mind of the human being.
That is exactly what I am interested to research.’ “Hi! I’m Mojo. I’m a illustrator, tattoo and graffiti artist. Always loved working with different media and styles. Evolution arrived and here we are now: NFT’s. I’m creating my brand filled with street monkey murals, monkey canvases, monkey art toys, monkey clothing, and, of course, monkey media. But that´s for the long run.

Berlin, Germany

About the Artwork

Pineapple! This artwork is an abstract representation of a Pineapple and the feeling of explosion you experience in your mouth and mind when you bite one of these tropical fruit.

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Pineapple #14

Alyona Baranoff

I spent my childhood in Boston and Moscow and moved to Berlin in 2016. I am obsessed with the ideas of fame and recognizibility, which are becoming more and more warped in the modern media landscape. My work explores how images play into that vast space of information.

Berlin, Germany

@baurlione

About the Artwork

This is a portrait of Rosamund Pike trying not to use a pineapple as a buttplug, made to look like an instagram story you immediately regret.

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Pineapple #15

Veli Koura

I am an aspiring creator of meaningful art. My CV in art is very short, but it includes a lifelong love affair with cubism .

#Label

About the Artwork

I have always been inspired by art and its conceptual underpinnings. My background is in philosophy and logic; I resort often to these disciplines to interpret the world and to create and explore new possible worlds in art and daily life.

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Pineapple #16

CHECA

Mexican painter with 34 years old how likes to play with textures, materials, and monuments. Since my 18 years, I hear my call since then I keep listening.

I live in Mexico, where I study arts by the hand of a famous painter I being part of various exhibitions, one of those was in Dubai

Mexico

@checa_art

About the Artwork

This is a portrait of the artist Ana Luisa with his pineapple, this was my first work a 100% digital, I love it, it was like paint but on small canvas jejeje

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Pineapple #17

Clara Zorzoli

Clara is a visual artist and designer. She was born in Milan and lived in Porto before calling Berlin home.
She creates colorful and energetic abstract drawings with a minimal-graphic look, by combining layers of different marks.

Berlin, Germany

@clarus.a.um

About the Artwork

The genesis of a pineapple” uses the NFT protocol as a tool to enhance the experience of seeing an artwork, by giving the possibility of following the whole process of creation.

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Pineapple #18

Tahian Bhering

Tahian Bhering is a visual artist that works with different mediums, also working with cultural production. He holds a BA in Fine Arts for the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), with further artistic studies at Visual Arts School of Parque Lage (also in Rio). Takes part in multicultural events, practices urban interventions and likes to observe and research the urban environment and surroundings, constantly thinking about the cities. In his works he mixes various images and codes present in the urbanized reality and blends them into compositions full of fragments of this urban visuals. Tahian has lived in Rio de Janeiro where he has his roots and is now situated in Berlin, after participating in a artist in residence program with CoGalleries in the end of 2016. As so, he continuously works to establish a cultural bridge among these cities..

Berlin, Germany

@tahianbhering

About the Artwork

Pineapples were very important in my early career. The tropical fruit was used by Carmen Miranda which inspired me to represent it in a simplified and geometric way. This was the starting point that led my work to become completely abstract, mostly of triangular shapes.

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Pineapple #19

Dani Bravo

“I was born in Alicante, Spain in 1990. With only 7 years I was starting my music studies but when I was teenager I decide studied art in the school of art of my city. Since this date, i have participed in some diferents exhibitions and diferent art competition in, Alicante and aroun Spain. In 2010 I won a art competition “”Realidad o ficción”” organiced by Juan Gil-Albert institute of arts of Alicante. In 2012, 2014 and 2017 I wonn the same design competition “”the art of Pinoso”” organized by the Pinoso’s City Council.
I participe in some diferents collective exhibitions like “”Dimonis”” (2016, art about fears) or “”Bestiari”” (2018 art about beast and others extranges animals) in The October Press (Alicante) and two solo exhibition: in 2012 “”Little things”” in La Taska, Pinoso and “”Para, piensa”” (2017) in The Ocotober Press (Alicante) both exhibitions was about illustration in little formats.”

Alicante, Spain

@danibravoilustracion

About the Artwork

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Pineapple #20

OIIA

OIIA is a Brazilian multimedia artist and creative producer based in Berlin. Since his premier at the centre for spacial sound, Monom, the artist has explored a blend of abstract and figurative art within fashion, paintings, music, illustrations and photography.

Berlin, Germany

@oiia.art

About the Artwork

This virtual poster of cheerful inception presents the theme ‘Pineapple’ with a fluid twist to OIIA’s usual bold style. The vector-based digital illustration draws inspiration from multiple perspectives of his abstract canvas work

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Pineapple #21

Spillo

From Milan, based in London.
Always experimenting new art forms.

London, UK

@spillo.jpg

About the Artwork

Spong got a little crazy this time.
Please take care of him with caution.

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Pineapple #22

Kleber Cianni

“I like to observe and collect objects that are discarded because they awaken in me creativity and imagination, causing a deep reflection on what the community lives there, what it consumes, what it takes care of, the garbage it produces.
I present myself as an instrument for the transformation and reframing of this material that no longer serves, a channel to relive and tell its story, through my art.
That’s how I communicate with the world, with my own dialect that I call “Kleberês”, my way of talking about the things that disturb or enchant me.
I don’t really understand the universe of words or numbers, that’s why I use my art-language to access a space without time, where I can play what I want, without barriers or borders. In this place I feel in the body the light present in everything, in everyone, a dip in nothing. A living inspiration in some part of the universe decides to be born right here, in me. At the moment I am a brush, color, art and artist, all together making room for the idea to take shape. I dance the emotion of those who know nothing, just feel. Focused on the process, I leave my body free to tell the images of the ancestral stories that come as breaths in my ears.
Here I exist – I belong – I am art.”

#Label

@Klebercianni

About the Artwork

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Pineapple #23

Judith Hornbogen

Audio-visual artist. 2006 BFA (Voorheen Audio Visueel) Gerrit Rietveld Academie Amsterdam. Print publications include self-published books, several magazines (e.g. Der Greif 13) and zines. Audio releases solo and in collaboration. Recent exhibitions: Rotterdam Photo, “Virus” Screening at Nida Symposium, Home Museum LagosPhoto, “Winter Isolation” Too Tired Project..

Amsterdam, Netherlands

@judith_hornbogen

About the Artwork

An apple is an apple is an apple with a pine.
Two elements were combined in this minimalist collage in order to meet the thematic criteria. The apple being held is a relic from the past; mothers sometimes free fruit of their nutritious skin so that children will find them more delicious. My mother often gave me apples without skin. The pine attached to the stalk has been cut out from another image and is in fact the trunk of a mutilated palm tree.

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Pineapple #24

Elliott Nicole J. Waller

Non-binary multimedia artist, reinventing textile art into a digital medium in combination with online performances. Internationally exhibited since 2016, their installations create rooms which mirrors the universes they imagined and built alone in their bedroom as a child.

#Label

@Elliott_Nicole_

About the Artwork

This artwork uses symbolism of connectivity of the web. The pineapple originally carrying symbolism of new creative language, was once an idealistic idea and is now shattered and deconstructed. The artwork thus reflects the current battle of protection of democracy.

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Pineapple #25

Alex Hall

I have been freelancing as a D.O.P. & editor for over 10 years. Originally from Brooklyn, NY, I started working on small projects to learn the ropes and gain experience in the field. For the past 6 years, I’ve been working full-time in Berlin and throughout Europe.

Berlin, Germany

@alexhallfilm

About the Artwork

Electro-Magnetic Pineapple. Inspired by Pineapples being sold for today’s equivalent of $8000 in American colonies in the 1700s. This high cost were due to the perishability, exoticism, and scarcity of the fruit. Fast forward to 2021, we are now seeing a similar price for pineapple NFTs.

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Pineapple #26

John Bishop

John Bishop is a painter and illustrator currently working in Houston, Texas. After living abroad in Romania, The Emirates, New Zealand, and Russia, John returned home and works full-time in fine art, publishing, video production and photography.

Houston, Texas

@johnbishopfineart

About the Artwork

My art attempts to connect disparate elements together into new vocabularies, new stories, that are both fresh and archetypal at the same time. I paint, photograph, and write about what I feel, not so much what I see.

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Pineapple #27

Wanitapagihari

I’m a multidisciplinary illustrator and interior designer who is just joining the NFT world. My illustration styles are expressive, colorful, and cheerful. I’m going to upload my college art for my NFT.

#Label

@wanitapagihari

About the Artwork

What do we need more now in our life? We do have everything around. Can we achieve something new in this new life? Shall we?

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Pineapple #28

D E S I R E H

Desireh’s pictures are multidimensional timebases expressions of audiovisual experiences. In her Soundpaintings, vibrations, originating from real world sound sources or even subtler qualities are captured digitally and presented as visual abstractions, making the supposed invisible visible.

#Label

@d_s_r_h

About the Artwork

Once upon a time there was a Thought, a longing for a Pineapple, and this desire created the very first SPARK, which has manifested a majestic fruit in this universe. This spark, the moment when thought hits the unified field is the Essence of the Pineapple, its forever living spirit.

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Pineapple #29

Michael Mcdonnell

Michael Mcdonnell is a Berlin-based digital and illustrative artist originally from Liverpool, England. He works with hand-drawn lettering combined with various playful illustrations and character designs.

Street Art and the quirkiness of European branding and logo styles are some of the artist’s inspirations. Street-life, Subculture, Music, Fashion, Skateboarding, and Cycle culture (Fixie/Track bike) are more things that inspire the artist in giving his analysis of the current state of affairs and opinions or ideas about the Zeitgeist as a whole.

The artist likes to work with a combination of wordplay and humour to comment on social attitudes and behaviour within different subcultures/movements and societies. He puts words together to make a prose/rap and highlights letters within these words to create brand new phrases. .

Berlin, Germany

@michaelm_illustration

About the Artwork

Pineapples have an interesting meaning if you look up in history. Follow the trail and you’ll find that they were used as welcoming gifts. A welcoming symbol mixed with what’s fresh and exotic, and that’s where I think my monkeys live, where they play.

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Pineapple #30

Eralp Orkun Cihan

Berlin based Architect | Multidisciplinary Designer | NFT Artist media. But that´s for the long run.

Berlin, Germany

@crypto.eoc

About the Artwork

The oil painting, called Golconde, made by the surreal painter René Magritte in 1953. Golconde is one of the dilapidated cities in northern India. The name of the city, which has been the capital of two successful kingdoms, means “Source of Wealth”. A destroyed kingdom room is tried to be revived in this work. Pineapple is a harsh criticism of the traditional isolation of individuality. Pineapple Rain as a surreal composition that rains from the sky here, just like the Golconda of Magritte’s man figures.

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Pineapple #31

Jovana Lakovic aka WHOSANGST

After graduating with an MA in Graphics Design from her hometown Belgrade’s University of Arts, Jovana Lakovic (aka WHOSANGST) had an itch to explore the world and draw what she found into her artistic creations, using Austria as a base for the past four years.
Through all her travels and exhibitions, she has never let go of the one subject that touches her the most: Love.
She feels most comfortable exploring the rawest of emotions.

Austria

@whosangst

About the Artwork

I SAW THE FUTURE’ is an artwork presenting the bond between humans and nature. Pineapple as topic was perfect idea to express separation from outside world. Lost connection, less real interaction and raw communications.
“I saw the future but in it I was alive.”

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Pineapple #32

Omar Francisco Olivera

Born in East New York, Brooklyn, Omar Francisco Olivera studied art at the Cooper Union where he received his BFA and at Brooklyn College where he received an MFA in painting. His works have been exhibited in New York, Gettysburg, PA, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Leon, Nicaragua, and are in collections in the British Library, Yale University, the Schomburg Center, Columbia University College. Since 1998 he has taught art to NYC public school students through organizations such as the Cooper Union Saturday Program, P.S.1, Studio in a School. He is currently teaching at Materials for the Arts, where he is also a curator for MFTA Gallery and oversees their artist in residence program, and is an adjunct professor at the Cooper Union School of Art, teaching Teaching as Social Practice since the Fall of 2020. He was also the artist in residence at the Taller Artistico Xuchialt in Leon, Nicaragua during the summers of 2006 and 2009 through the support of Project Gettysburg Leon.

New York, New York

@olivera.omar

About the Artwork

The rainbows design are thirteen shapes that combine the Sierpinski fractal pattern and red, yellow, and blue color combinations to produce overlapping patterns that create a 40,320 unique eight color arrays. Iterations of these patterns have been fabricated in a variety of media and scales including drawing, digital, floor tile, Lego block, and Post-it Note. Themes that are evoked by these designs include harmony, diversity, equality, orientation, probability, and play. Much of the design is dictated by rules and properties beyond my intention and views and allow for intricate and inter-related properties to emerge. I superimpose certain meaning on them but encourage others to apply their own meaning to these shapes in an open forum of experimentation and discovery, promoting meditation as well.

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Pineapple #33

Jorge Vasconcelos

Self-taught digital artist from Brazil. I don’t follow trends. All my art pieces represent my individual mood or spiritual state at the moment they were created.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

@jorge.vasconcelos.art

About the Artwork

Contemporary, Modern, Surreal and Abstract Pop Art which represents my individual mood or spiritual state at the very moment they were created.

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Pineapple #34

Rodrigo Ogando

Rodrigo Ogando is a musician, designer and photographer from Buenos Aires, Argentina, working in the fields of songwriting, music production, graphic design, illustration and analog photography exclusively.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

@elmundoimaginario.ok

About the Artwork

Inspired by the acid house culture from the early 90’s, a moving texture, resembling to a liquid light show, moves behind a pineapple/smiley mix, that reacts to a beat.

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Pineapple #35

Aliza Thomas

artist/papermaker, combined with martial arts, studied in Belgium and France 50 + years ago. Taught art an martial arts for many years, exhibited for 50+ years world wide. participated in virtual and real exhibits, participated in paper fashion shows in Korea!

#Label

About the Artwork

Inspired by the acid house culture from the early 90’s, a moving texture, resembling to a liquid light show, moves behind a pineapple/smiley mix, that reacts to a beat.”Standing at water’s edge observing my reflection” This paper art work is double sided! Most of my pieces are double sided like people with front and back! Thee material is paper from the Gampi plant with dyes and pigments worked with the Japanese techniques.Inspired by the acid house culture from the early 90’s, a moving texture, resembling to a liquid light show, moves behind a pineapple/smiley mix, that reacts to a beat.

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Pineapple #36

Tay Gomez

Ever since I was a child, I have felt attracted to various forms of visual arts. Later on, as I grew up, I became a professional visual artist after attending the National University of Arts in Buenos Aires (Universidad Nacional del Arte) for seven years. I continued studying Multimedia Design for three more years. After that, I worked as a graphic designer and art director for several publicity agencies and as a independent tattoo artist in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

@bassaltoo

About the Artwork

My favorite illustration style is related to mystical and spiritual symbology.

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Pineapple #37

Anne Bengard

Anne was best known for her large scale watercolour portraits in saturated pastel hues before switching her focus to oil painting and murals in 2017. Since 2020 she has also begun creating reference imagery for her paintings using 3d modelling and VR, exploring the intersection between the digital and physical.

#Label

@anne_bengard_art

About the Artwork

The pineapple fascinated Europeans as a fruit of colonisation. NFTs and digital art creation fascinate me as a predominantly traditional painter. It is not my turf…but I also want a piece of the action…even though my heart definitely resides in traditional painting.
Here’s a really badly 3D rendered pineapple.

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Pineapple #38

Adegboyega Olukunle Arohunmolase

Adegboyega Arohunmolase is an artist based in Nigeria whose paintings have been exhibited nationally. His works document the myths, folklore, and folktales of his culture for younger and future generations, most of which do not have the opportunity of hearing them directly from their parents and grandparents, as he did. Arohunmolase compositions are inspired by the Ona artisitc style as well as Expressionism

Nigeria

@adegboyega19.79

About the Artwork

My works over time has been on combining the Ona art styles, motifs and technique which is an artistic model of Yoruba civilization with Expressionism collage style and technique to document and promote the myths, mythology, folklores and folktales of my tribe (Yoruba) and Africa in general. Ona which means Design is one of the artistic movements of the many fruits or harvest emanating from the natural synthesis theory of the late 1950s in Nigeria contemporary art. Yoruba people of South-Western Nigeria constitute one of the strongest and largest cultural groups in Africa South of the Sahara, descendants of great ancestry and progeny of notable tradition.

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Pineapple #39

Konstantin H. Kocev

Art is everything and anything around us. The mere freedom to express what you think, feel and experience through this media is a blessing. Everyone who creates is an artist, and so am I. I stepped in the NFT World very recently and am amazed by the opportunities it offers.

#Label

@cryptoes.nft

About the Artwork

Cryptoes are a clash between Crypto and toes. Why? Why not. It offers a canvas to express unique styles and different takes on this subject, using the most accessible and media – pixel art. Everything can be represented with the thing that keeps me up at night – Cryptoes.

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Pineapple #40

Vincent Baumann

Vincent is a Berlin based digital artist. For 10 years he is doing all kinds of creative things, from 2D/3D animation to painting and web design. In 2020 he was working on a pixel art game and in the process created the first BitCat, which he now has turned into NFT collectibles.

Berlin, Germany

@vnctbm
Website

About the Artwork

This BitCat has somehow turned into a pineapple.

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Pineapple #41

glönn

glönn escapes with his works into a sphere of surreal monsters and confusing sceneries. In an ironic way he builds bridges between real insanity and psycedelic phantasies to deliberates his chaotic mindset.

Berlin, Germany

@instagloenn

About the Artwork

“Live has always been a masquerade. In these digital times we hide our true self more then ever and call it ‘social’. Decide for yourself which mask you want to follow.”

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Pineapple #42

Strasko Hadzi Kocev

I have a Masters Degree in architecture. I have been an architect for more than 30 years and have designed more homes than I can remember. Some of my projects include a new approach to architecture, things that can’t be build – yet. Many of my work consists of patterns found in nature.

#Label

About the Artwork

The artwork is a cartoony take on a pineapple. It is drawn with a graphic tablet in Adobe Illustrator. Pineapple, fruity, delicious, juicy..

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Pineapple #43

Feyza Aslan

I am Feyza from Turkey. I’m 24 years old.I’m an interior designer and i can say that i am interested in many fields of art. I’m drawing lines and i’ve been taking pictures for a long time. I love to make colorful and different edits to the photographs I took. When people look at my profile, they see a colorful world, so colors inspire me.

Turkey

@ucsimgitsin

About the Artwork

an analog pineapple in a digital world’ is my artwork’s name. I took this background photo. I made it a more effective environment by editing its colors. I placed a pineapple between the digital world and the analog world.

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