Richard Nadler returns, Genomes by Ciphrd, TezPole madness and more!

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Welcome to another weekly digest, with 5 things I thought were worth sharing from the blockchain art world.

1. All You Need to Know About Flamingo DAO

Over the weekend, I shared an overview of Flamingo DAO, an NFT fund on a hot streak that has spent over 500 ETH on generative and AI art over the past two weeks.

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2. [Upcoming Collection] Izanami Islands by Richard Nadler

After the success of Yamabushi's Horizons, Richard Nadler returns to verse with another stunning AI assisted collection.

Richard Nadler frequently visited Japan with his father in his youth. The process of reading Katsushika Hokusai's "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" while he was in Okinawa served as a source of inspiration for his creative endeavours, kindling fantasies of mythological stories that were intertwined with the ocean and the islands.

Izanami Islands by Richard Nadler.

  • Dec 14 at 5:00 pm CET.

  • 128 pieces.

  • Ranked auction with rebate: The available supply will be distributed to the top 128 bids. Winning bidders only pay the lowest winning bid amount.

3. [Upcoming Collection] Genomes by Ciphrd and Alex Mordvintsev

fxhash founder joined forces with Alex Mordvintsev, a Google engineer known for creating DeepDream and obsessed with ‘artificial life and self-organizing systems.’ If you have been following Ciphrd’s work, you know that defines his interests, too.

Genomes will pave the way for the long-awaited fxhash 2.0 launch.

Genomes by Ciphrd and Alex Mordvintsev
  • December 14, 2023, at 14:00 CET.

  • Unlimited edition.

  • 0.02 ETH.

I shared my shopping list a few weeks ago, read below.

4. Vera Molnár dies at 99

Generative Art pioneer Vera Molnár passed away last week (December 7th) at 99. This year, the Hungarian artist stamped her mark in the blockchain through Themes and Variations (in collaboration with Martin Grasser) via Sotheby’s & ARTXCODE.

Vera Molnár, a pioneer of generative art and computer art

Portrait of Vera Molnár from 1961. Courtesy of Galerie Oniris, Rennes.

5. [Hot Collections] TezPole Goes Mainstream

What started as a photo from an event at Art Basel Miami spiraled out of control and produced memes, vibrant art, and an important message. Artists and art should be treated well.

Here are some of my favorite #TezPole artworks.

miami night punks

miami night punks by doe.


tezpole by jjjjjjohn.

Pole de Tez, 1891 by clownvamp

Pole de Tez, 1891 by ClownVamp.

You can find all the artworks created for Tezpole here (NFTBiker Feed).

Until next time,


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