Serwah Attafuah is a 3D artist and musician. She creates dreamlike cyber wastelands reminiscent of her hometown, and afro-futuristic reflections of self with strong ancestral themes. Serwah's work has been commissioned by clients including Nike, Warner Music, and Young Stoner Life Records.
LaTurbo Avedon is a virtual person who only exists online. They have been creating art as an avatar since 2008—four years before Instagram even existed—and can be found living inside games, VR environments, chatrooms, and other digital spaces. LaTurbo is also the creator of the virtual museum Panther Modern, founded in 2013.
Signe Pierce is a multimedia artist whose work straddles performance, photography, video, theory, social media, light design and installation. As a self-described "reality artist", Pierce's work is inspired by the concept of reality being an artistic medium, and that an artist's life can be viewed within a similar context as an artist's work.
Sarah Zucker’s work merges the gorgeous and grotesque through humor, psychedelia, mysticism, and the interplay of cutting-edge and obsolete technologies.
When an artist drops a limited-edition series on Foundation, each piece is represented by a digital token. As more collectors buy each piece, the corresponding token rises in value.
As a piece’s value fluctuates, buyers can cash in by selling tokens back to the market. Artists earn a cut each time their tokens are bought and sold, allowing them to capitalize on the hype they create.
When a creator is ready to ship their work, buyers can redeem whole tokens for the physical good. If you want to skip crypto, you can always use your card to buy the physical good.