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Ellen is a world-renowned multimedia artist who works in her own survirtualism style. Internet aesthetics and individually crafted mythological imagery fuse in Ellen’s art. Her works have been exhibited all over the world, and she has collaborated with Nike, BMW, Swatch, and other famous brands.Promo page
Brickspacer is a contemporary artist, animation director, and character designer. His works have blown up online multiple times, inspiring tons of other creators. The artist's video canvases were showcased at prominent exhibitions across global cultural capitals such as Tokyo, Dubai, Beijing, Berlin, London, and New York.Promo page
Yonk is a designer and creator working with 2D, stop motion, and live action, married with CGI to tell abstract stories of the various subjects she explores in neuroscience, regenerative farming, dream states, and general curiosities regarding the zeitgeist.Promo page
Pokras Lampas is a multidisciplinary artist, famous for his major projects: from creating world-record calligraffiti artworks on squares and rooftops to epic installations, mapping, and digital canvas. He created projects for some of the well-known brands such as Lamborghini, FENDI, Nike, and others.
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USA • New York City
TON Diamonds presented four new international artists and their NFT projects as part of Focus Art Fair. The exhibition held at Chelsea Industrial in the heart of New York City. Focus Art Fair brought together the world's top artists, collectors, and art professionals in a space located just a 10-minute walk from the Empire State Building. The exhibition generated some buzz with publications in leading media outlets like Reuters and Bloomberg, as well as getting highlighted on Times Square. The promotional video for Ellen Sheidlin's NFT project on TON Diamonds was displayed on one of the main billboards of the city for a whole week prior to the start of the exhibition.