DISORDER ON THE BLOCKCHAIN
“The variety of people I’ve talked with all have unique vibes that inspire and motivate me. Watch this space!”
Taccc might be a new face in the NFT space, but he’s already left an impressionable mark on the culture and art. This digital artist, based in Santiago, Chile, focuses on glitch art and sci-fi with manga-style illustrations that are popular with audiences.
Santiago isn’t exactly on the world map for NFT art, but Taccc is changing that. That doesn’t deter him one bit. He’s met exciting people in the NFT space from across the world that he’s befriended and support him on his journey.
It was by accident that Taccc even learned about cryptocurrencies and NFTs. He explains his journey to the NFT space: “A friend of mine showed me some shitcoins, and of course, I jumped in to lose money. After that, I found HEN, and I was hooked: the style of its website and structure made me enjoy all the hours I spent looking at the amazing art on the platform. I was immediately inspired to create digital art myself.”
From zero experience in digital art to creating collections, Taccc’s jumped head-first into the space. His most defining project so far is “Fucking Technology” on OBJKT: “It made me question what I really wanted to draw, and it is the foundation of what I’m making right now.
“Warehouse 001 was a fantastic experience in creating it, as it was exciting collaborating with other artists that I’ve been following and admiring for some time,” Taccc continues. “It was fascinating to watch them create cool art.”
His art style is influenced by XCOPY, as well as manga and cyberpunk art, such as Otomo Katsuhiro and Evangelion. He is constantly pushing his art to its boundaries. “I have some big ideas that I want to create, but I need time,” Taccc shares. “The variety of people I’ve talked with all have unique vibes that inspire and motivate me. Watch this space!”
Where does he see the future of the NFT space shifting? “It will be more decentralized in the next five years with more people building real things daily and using this crazy technology in more ways than we can think right now!”