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Joey Tadiar NFT Artist Interview | NFT CULTURE | Web3 Culture NFTs & Crypto Art

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Where are you from? (Please provide a little bit about your background, what you’ve been up to, etc.) Born and raised in London, England. His father is Filipino and his mother is British.

Tell us about your background and how you became an artist and eventually experimented with NFTs.

As an artist, my perception is completely new, but as a creative director at an advertising agency, I’ve always had a strong interest in art and design. She started experimenting with oil painting in May 2020 when the pandemic started and she fell in love instantly. I mastered difficult techniques and developed my style very naturally. Since then, I have commissioned over a dozen paintings.After seeing my work, a friend introduced me to her NFTs in January 2021 and persuaded me to learn more about the field. He recommended his Nifty Gateway as a great starting point but I don’t have the liquidity to buy anything at that point and I don’t have contacts to get my drops on the platform was. Over the past 18 months, he’s invested in projects, lost more than he got, sold his first NFT on Foundation, built the Web3 agency, and developed Warner’s record and Bose project. gateway.

When did you mint your first NFT? Which platform did you choose and why?

We created our first NFT in September 2021. This was a Sushiverse NFT I got at Opensea. why? Pure curiosity and loss of virginity!

Can you tell me one thing you can’t live without? (why)

Before becoming a father, I couldn’t live without traveling. But now I’m a father and I couldn’t imagine a moment without my son. It rekindles my inspiration, motivation and dedication and I wake up each day with selfless purpose.

Who are your favorite artists (other than NFT)? Is there something about their style that resonates with you?

I follow an oil painter named Will Rockfort. Before I saw his work, I threw paint on the canvas and said it was abstract art. His ability to capture snapshots of real life moments inspired me to develop his own unique style over time with my work.

Who is your favorite NFT artist? What makes this artist unique?

I really admire his ability to bring street art to canvas and add an immersive digital dimension to his work. I also love Slimesunday. His collages are provocative and every piece makes me think, “Damn, I wish I had thought of this.”

What made you decide to pursue NFT art?

The fusion of art and technology fascinates me. A painting is no longer just a painting. You can take high-quality images and sell them as digital artwork. You can then send the original to the buyer. An NFT is proof that the buyer owns it.

What’s one piece of NFT art you wanted to buy but missed? Purely for the historical value they possess, it has to be Cryptopunk.

If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go? Why this place? What are your passions outside of art? why?

If I had to choose somewhere else, it would be Koh Samui, Thailand. Away from the hustle and bustle of London, I take care of my health every day. Thailand is the purest place to keep your mind clean for inspiration and creativity.

Do you have any other interests or hobbies?

My biggest passion outside of art is cooking. It is an art form in itself. I’m not a Michelin star chef, but I create beautiful flavors and present them well! Ramen I love to make.

Do you make other forms of art?

I write poetry for my mental health and love to draw on my iPad with Procreate. I also specialize in graphic design and front-end web design.

How did you come up with your own style?

My style is constantly changing. It is determined by mood and moment. I feel the NFT space defines my current style. I started drawing PFP to be whitelisted for my favorite projects. HAPE and Azuki are two people I remember fondly. Now I’m obsessed with collectible toy culture.

How has your style evolved over the years?

I started with abstract paintings and experimented with colors, compositions and shapes. I moved on to more realistic work, drawing vintage movie posters, and started doing cartoon-like work when I got involved with NFT. With my latest project REMO, I am more determined than ever to bring timeless and lovable characters to life as a collection of paintings, illustrations and animations to help my son say to his friends, ‘Dad made this’. doing.

what’s coming in the near future?

My artistic and creative focus is all on developing my character, his world and compelling story. I hope every day that this will be my future at NFT Artspace .

If you could collaborate with one artist, who would it be?

Banksy. Because Banksy.

Will there be future drops?

Dropping my project REMO on October 5th at Nifty Gateway.

Where can collectors find your work?

I have a foundation profile, but have stopped releasing work until I find an idea that I can implement. Now that I have it, keep an eye on his Web3 sites for Nifty Gateway, Foundation, Known Origin, and finally myself.

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The collection consists of 4-piece open editions, each serving as an entry to unlock either an 8-inch resin REMO toy or an 8×10 giclee print. There will also be his 1/1 auction of his 100% unique REMO titled “$0 BROKE”. The winner of this auction will receive an 8 inch hand painted REMO toy of his.

Core elements are inspired by the 3 elements of the Earth and cost between $25-50

What is the largest piece sold?

I sold the oil painting “HAPE X” as a 2.3Eth foundation. The winning bidder will also receive the original artwork.

What was your biggest mistake and what did you learn from it?

I don’t really believe in seeing things as failures. I definitely made mistakes and learned from them. You are investing more than you can afford. take no profit. Forming in to the project. I have learned to trust my instincts and not get carried away by the hype.

Anything else you’d like to share?

Thank you to everyone who has come this far to learn about my journey as an artist and creator. I can’t wait to share what I’ve been working on!

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