NFT artist, Indira IofEYE, has studied and worked in politics and psychology, and would use art as a way to express herself, but only as a little side project in self- expression. About 15 years ago, she started to put more time and focus into creating art, and found that there were so many modalities and languages that she could use to experiment with to tell her story, that she decided to choose art as a way of life.

Venezuelan, multidisciplinary artist that has been a graphic designer, web designer and artist for 25 years. She got into the NFT space in April 2021, and started WomenVerse in September 2021. WomenVerse was in response to a tweet that said there were only 10 women in the NFT space. It was in direct response to the bro culture that was quite prevalent in 2021. She wanted to create a space that would support women artists, and give them a safe place to discuss their art and to support each other.

Photographer and GAN artist creating futuristic worlds by combining the two mediums. Chazz has been clean and sober for 8 years, and is also a recovery counselor. He minted his first NFT on Tezos in February 2021. GAN stands for generative adversarial network, which is the original AI code working in datasets. He said that he uses AI as a tool, and that his images always start with a photo. He gets inspiration from waking up everyday. He had a near-death experience 13 years ago. Once he healed

Heatwave is a creative in visual arts, a survivor of modern life, and a student of political economies. Ze studied motion graphics design, and hopes that this will be zir profession at some point. Ze got into the NFT ecosystem in April 2022 by submitting pieces for a Taiwanese NFT competition called Like Water on Earth Day. Zir are inspired to create by many illustrators and motion graphic designers. The process for researching images was started when zir were working as a designer assistant. T

Dallas-based painter and digital artist said she has been an artist all of her life. She found her style of Abstract-Pop Art over a decade ago. During the pandemic, she started painting seriously again and had a gallery show in downtown Dallas. At the show, two men approached her and said her paintings would be great as NFTs. She spent the next few months getting educated about blockchain, Web3 and NFTs. She minted her first piece in September 2021. I wanted to know why the name Speaker Jill, n

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