Welcome to CryptoArt Sundays dear art fans and collectors. This week we have the amazing Chew Stoll onboard to share his art secrets with us.
I was taken aback by his unique and super interesting style when I first came across his artworks. Chewy Stoll is a 3D artist based in Washington, and his works depict distorted human forms and surreal landscapes. He describes his creations as a healing mechanism for past trauma and as a visual diary.
Now let’s dive in and see what he has to say about the NFT space and his success so far!
How did you find out about the NFT space, and what attracted you to create your own NFTs?
I found out about the NFT space through Fewocious and some other friends who had entered the space just before I did.
How often do you create?
I create almost every single day. I like to spend at least a few hours a day working on various projects, bouncing back and forth as I make progress on them.
Are there any CryptoArtists you would love to collaborate with?
There are many artists who I would love to collaborate with, but if I had to just pick one it would be Smeccea because she is my biggest inspiration that goes beyond just art.
What do you think the future of CryptoArt will look like?
I think the future of crypto looks different for everyone. For me, it is having the freedom to spend my time and energy creating the things that have meaning to me and expressing myself through various mediums.
What are you currently working?
I am currently working on Wave 2 of my collection titled “STAGES” which is a collection that displays vulnerable states of being as I heal from past trauma. The link to Stages is found in my bio!
Where can collectors find your work?
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