I have been imagining, drawing, writing, and creating the story of Dino for many years now and decided to bring it to life in the NFT space.
Migrating Lines comes from the idea of migrating into different dimensions and fields through my creations. Their work merges storytelling and interaction. I have been imagining, drawing, writing, and creating the story of Dino (my character) for many years now and decided to bring it to life in the NFT space. Dino (my character) is a young kid that discovers a hidden Magical World and invites people to join him in his journey by unlocking portals. These portals are actual locations of Dino's World that have taken the form of 1/1 NFTs on platforms such as Foundation and SuperRare. My aim is to also expand this Magical World from Digital art to the physical world through IRL exhibitions and installations I have been doing in Museums and cities all around the world. I have exhibited lately in Times Square, Tokyo, Osaka, Milan, Singapore, Liverpool, Dubai and Art Basel Miami.
Do you have a job title for your role in NFTs, Web3, and Crypto Art? If not, what is an approximation or newly invented title that sums up what you do?
How would you describe what you do to a friend who isn't in this world?
I make a living by creating a world of my own.
Are you associated with an organization, company, gallery etc?
I am completely independent. But I work and do collaborations with galleries, museums, and artists worldwide.
NFT Magazine has teamed up with the Crypto Mermaids to help more people understand and celebrate cryptoart. We find there is often something technical or cultural that is a barrier to more people appreciating work in this space. What do you wish more people understood about NFTs, crypto art, or Web3 that would also help great work be properly celebrated?
NFTs have the power to revolutionize how we perceive and protect digital assets. By providing provenance, it enables creators to authenticate the originality of their work, establishing trust and transparency in the digital realm. Moreover, Web 3's utilization of smart contracts enables global collaboration without the need for intermediaries. It empowers individuals from diverse locations to collaborate directly, fostering a more decentralized and inclusive ecosystem.
What have you done in Web3, NFTs, or Cryptoart that you are most proud of and excited to share with our readers?
Through the art of storytelling and worldbuilding, I have brought the world of Dino to life. This imaginative creation has allowed me to bridge the gap between the digital and physical realms. Notably, my work has been showcased in renowned locations such as Times Square, Art Basel, the Museo della Permanente in Milan, Singapore, Tokyo, Liverpool and Dubai. I am also preparing for an upcoming exhibition in space through a collaborative mission with GEC and SpaceX.
What are you currently working on?
I am currently engaged in the creation of new pieces that will be minted through an exciting collaboration in the Web3 space. Additionally, I am preparing for upcoming exhibitions in prominent locations such as Dubai, Milan, and even in space with the collaboration of Space X and GEC. I am also developing a Gameboy game of the world of Dino that will be exhibited in a museum later this year. Furthermore, I am expanding my artistic endeavours into the music industry, with works that join visual and auditory elements. I just released some work with an artist from A$ap Mob.
How and when did you get into NFTs?
I spend a lot of my time on the internet so I had the chance to hear about NFTs back in late 2020, and finally joined the space in 2021 when I minted my first piece on FND.
How have your views on NFTs evolved since?
My perspective on NFTs remains unchanged—I firmly believe in their potential to empower creators to connect with a global audience and showcase their works through this transformative technology, provided it is used ethically.
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