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The Black Arts Project: NFT Collection

From the release: Over Black History Month a group of Black creatives and technologists used the downtime from their jobs to create THE BLACK ARTS PROJECT – an NFT collective that will harness the power of Black creativity and make the Web3 world more inclusive for Black people. [Watch]

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Run Kick Shout Helps Launch NFT Profile Pix for Twitter

No matter your take on the tidal wave of NFTs washing over civilization as we know it, this spot for Twitter’s new NFT profile pictures – with animation and VFX by Chicago studio Run Kick Shout – is pretty fun. [Watch]


“ADVENT x FAREWELL” Short Film / NFT Diptych by Fabian Aerts

Motion Designer and 3D Artist Fabian Aerts in Brussels, Belgium: “‘ADVENT x FAREWELL’ was designed as a diptych which symbolizes the beginning and the end of an era, birth and death that accompanies everything coming from this world. [Watch]

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“Arcadia” Short Film / NFT by Andrés Reisinger, RAC, and Arch Hades

Barcelona director/animator and CG artist Andrés Reisinger teams with Portland-based musician/producer André Allen Anjos (aka RAC), and British poet Arch Hades for a 10-minute “journey through our collective 21C existential crisis.” [Watch]

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“We, the Gods” Short Film/NFT by Logan Sprangers

Logan Sprangers, digital and motion graphic artist in Los Angeles: “We, the Gods is a digital vignette reflecting on the relativity of our position in the cosmos influenced by the paintings of René Magritte and Remedios Varo and created with Cinema 4D, X-Particles, and Octane Render. [Watch]

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“Unsupervised MoMA NFT Collection” Teaser by Refik Anadol

Refik Anadol, media artist and director in Los Angeles: “What would a machine mind dream of after ‘seeing’ the vast collection of The Museum of Modern Art? In other words, if the corpus of images of the MoMA collection had been accomplished by a single artist, what would their dreams look like? [Watch]