Top 10 interesting artists to follow according to TAtchers`
Digital art is revolutionizing the art world today. Many artists try their hand at NFT, but only a few manage to get real recognition.

We have selected for you the top 10 artists who are actively involved in the life of the crypto space.
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All Seeing Seneca is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design based in New York. She has a talent for bright colors, whimsical designs, and expressive poses. The Art Directors Club awarded All Seeing Seneca with one of the most prestigious design awards, the Silver Cube.

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Cool Cats are a collection of programmatically random-generated NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain. The 1st generation consists of 9,999 randomly assembled Cats from over 300,000 total options. Cool Cats have a variety of outfits, faces, and colors. Each Cool Cat consists of a unique body, hat, face, and outfit–the possibilities are virtually endless! All Cats are cool, but Cats with complete outfits are the coolest.

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His name stands for "What Is Beauty" and only reveals a small part of his creative approach. The street artist received a diploma from the School of Visual Arts in New York. WhIsBe has developed many of his own NFT creation techniques inspired by Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat and perfected for today's audience. His iconic series of NFTs called Vandal Gummy Bear consisted of over 1,650 NFTs that sold for an average of $4,500 each. The most expensive WhIsBe piece was a skeleton of a golden gummy bear in a display case, sold for $1,000,000.

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Aerovi Aerovi is the artistic alter ego of Virginia Grau, an arts
passionate with legal and international relations background, with experience in
different sectors of the contemporary art world and culture. As a creator, holding an
emerging progression with non-formal education in arts management, photography
and ukiyo-e, amongst others.
Multidisciplinary artist with main means of expression through collage, photography,
videoart and cryptoart.

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Fvckrender specializes in colorful geometric-architectural art. His most expensive work, Self_Help // envelops a human face, eyes pushing through liquid metal and hands reaching for the face. The artist describes this piece as "rewiring the brain". The 1,970 NFTs he produced sold for an average of $4,541 each, making him one of the most successful NFT artists.

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This 18-year-old artist already has 100,000 social media followers and has sold as many as 3,189 works. It has a bright, eye-catching, pop-surreal style that is reminiscent of children's collages, but with an adult flavor.

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His practice revolves around the technological potentials of 3D scanning, modeling and printing to readdress entrenched arguments of repatriation and colonial histories. In the last few years, he has been exploring the relationship between technology, heritage, archeology and digital colonialism. Using video, modeling, data sets and coding he creates IRL and URL installation-based works which collapse historical practices with current models of display and digital aesthetics.

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Mike Parisella is a Boston-based digital collage artist. To date, he has sold 6,790 works to NFT. His work breaks patterns and destroys boundaries.

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Dmitry Chernyak is known in the world of cryptocurrencies and investments, but he is not new to the world of classical art either. Moreover, NFT is a fusion of two of his favorite hobbies.

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Hashmasks is a living digital art collectible created by over 70 artists globally. It is a collection of 16,384 unique digital portraits.

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