When creating more detailed works, it comes down to using those core shapes in order to build it up. The result may look more polished, but the underlying shapes are key.
I work with this style to explore colors and create art that I find aesthetically pleasing and, most importantly, to create a nostalgic feeling through my art. My works tell stories that are important in our daily lives.
When I begin not to like where a piece is going, it’s most likely because there are too many shapes without intention.
As someone born in the 1990s, our generation has seen a wild amount of change in such a short time, and it’s comforting to create scenes that feel like home.
Community is everything — I try to keep folks in the know and create a feeling that they are on this ride with me.
YD: While some of my art captures specific locations and subject matter in Nigeria, some works also communicate random aesthetics, subjects, and experiences that people can easily connect with and enjoy, irrespective of their location, background, race, and lifestyle.
As we enter a new phase of AI art, I’d suggest to those artists to try some of the mediums their outputs are emulating.
Jeremy Booth is a contemporary artist known for his minimalist and cinematic approach to pop art. His work is a fusion of classic Western themes and modern design elements, creating a unique style that has captivated collectors worldwide. He has been profiled in top art and design publications such as Juxtapoz, Creative Boom, Design Milk, and Dwell, while his work has been featured on leading digital art platforms, including Foundation, Nifty Gateway, and SuperRare. Booth’s blending of traditional Western iconography with a contemporary sensibility has made him one of the most exciting artists in digital and traditional art.
Abayomi Okeowo (artist name Yomi Dinero) is a 23-year-old digital artist from Nigeria. He is currently studying at the University of Lagos and has been practicing digital art for seven years. His work is a fusion of minimalism and precisionism, telling stories through the use of lines, geometric shapes, and simple colors that reveal beauty in simplicity. His inspirations range from architectural design to his surrounding environment to life experiences and memories. Yomi joined Web3 in early 2022 to give more value to his art and to connect with creatives across the world. He has exhibited globally and his works have sold on NFT marketplaces including Foundation, Objkt, Opensea, and SuperRare.
Since his early teenage years, Dylan Wade has created hundreds of personal videos whose wide-ranging content is unified by nostalgia. His work captures moments through the meaningful compilation of different clips, eliciting feelings, old memories, and familiarity in the process. Through suggestive shapes and ambiguous scenes, hopefully viewers will find their own memories in his work.
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