Cyberpunk & Retrowave Artist

Inspired by 80's Nostalgia, Searching For New EarthNFT's on Tezos

About Me
I’m a digital artist/painter specialising in Retrowave & Cyberpunk. Most of my works are paintings using Rebelle 5 Pro and Photoshop. However, you will occasionally see me dabble in animation using After Effects and Blender.
I have most recently created commissions for Nissan and the Commonwealth Games and have also been featured by Adobe and Escape Motions. I have a growing presence in the NFT space, selling digital artwork and synthwave music on the Tezos based platform, Objkt. My piece, A New Home, was collected by Misan Harriman to be included in the Tezos Foundation Permanent Art Collection.
My style is a blend of dystopian themes, neon colour palettes and painterly brush strokes. I occasionally collaborate with Instagram Street Photographers to produce unique cityscape paintings. I am currently in the process of creating one of the first NFT illustrated storybooks, 5D Starseed, which is set for release in Q4 of 2023.
NFT Projects
5D Starseed is a new animated series & illustrated storybook project about a young teenager, Anya, who is guided to discover the power of the 5th Dimension. 
The next generation have lost power over their own lives. Anya, a young teenager, must learn how to connect with her higher self and master the true power of human consciousness so that she can lead humanity into a new age.
The aim of the 5D Starseed project is to guide people who are struggling to find their place in this world, helping them to access their full potential.
If you are going through a spiritual awakening, or are fascinated by the concepts of ascension and the origins of humanity, this project is definitely for you. It will begin with a series of conceptual artworks and eventually lead to a limited edition book that will be available to token holders. You can find out more about the 5D Starseed project below.
Cyberpunk Collection
A collection of dystopian, neon drenched NFTs to whet your appetite.
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