NFT Artists Who are Redifining Art and Earning Millions

It is becoming increasingly common to see artists sell their art in digital formats or digital creations. Some of them along with their creations are discussed below.

Pak (Merge collection)

Murat Pak has been in the digital art space for years. The Merge collection by him was sold at the highest price of $91 Million. Merge is a successful NFT project. Pak is an anonymous artist. This is a dynamic on-chain NFT with unique token mechanisms called Merge. The NFT collection has images of different size circles which represent different masses.

Beeple (Everydays)

Beeple gets the credit for popularising NFT art the way it is today. The first 5,000 days made headlines around the world when Everyday was sold for $69.3 Million in March 2021. He is an American digital artist whose real name is Mike Winkelmann. He is a well-known figure in the digital world and has 2 Million followers on Instagram. He has collaborations with prestigious brands such as Louis Vuitton and Nike.

Tyler Hobbs (Fidenza)

Tyler Hobbs is famous for his work in generative blockchain art. He has a unique style which features varied colored blocks put on an off-white backdrop. The 100 NFT collection sold for over $7 Million.

Hobbs made Fidenza, which is a series of 999 computer-generated images minted as individual NFTs. He quit his computer engineering job to work as a full-time artist. He discovered art blocks, an art portfolio that creates NFTs based on generative art, and became a curated artist.

DmitriCherniak (Ringers)

Dmitri Cherniak is a famous Canadian artist based in New York. He is famous for his Ringers collection. It is a generative art that is available on art block platforms. His work focuses on generative shapes with some collections featuring vibrant colors and others in black and white. 

NFT sales have made Dmitri Cherniak famous. He is also well known for some innovative experiments. Ringers is a collection of 1000 NFTs generated through an algorithm. It was developed under art blocks. It was created in October 2021.

XCOPY (Right Click and Save As Guy)

The artist has some major NFT influencers in his collector’s base. The work of this artist follows the nightmarish theme showing the skulls and strobe lightning. Right Click and Save As Guy refers to the common criticism of NFT artwork that anybody can save a copy from the web by right-clicking the image. The NFT associated with the piece last sold for approximately $7,000,000 on December 9, 2021.

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