In this episode, Jean speaks to Eric Rubens, a successful professional photographer and founder of Collective Strangers, an NFT community focused on photography. We go through Eric’s journey into photography, why he created Collected Strangers, and what pass holders can expect in the coming months. We also touch on the photography NFT space as I’m quite excited about the future prospects of this niche.
In this episode, Jean speaks to the founder and CEO of NFTfi, Stephen Young. We talk about all the use cases for borrowing and lending in the NFT space. I found this talk fascinating and learnt some new use cases I wasn’t aware of. Whether you’re on the borrowing or lending side, you should listen to this.
In today’s episode, Jean speaks with the artist ZAR, who he had the pleasure of meeting for the first time during his recent trip to New York for NFT NYC. We delve into many different topics, for an overall fascinating talk where topics like minimalism, utility for NFT art, community building, and the process for building Classicality are discussed.
Jean and Evan Medeiros team up to recap their action-packed week at NFT NYC, discussing their favorite projects such as Doodles, PROOF, Moonbirds, Coolmans, Cool Cats, Cyberbrokers etc.
They share what they loved about the events and what was a bit of a letdown.
If you haven’t been to NFT NYC, this is a great way to catch up on the past week’s events.
I recently started collecting generative art NFTs, and one of the collections that I fell in love with was Hōrō (meaning wandering in Japanese), from Lionel Radisson, known in the art world as makio135. In today’s show, I connect with Lionel to talk about his journey as an artist and how he got into NFTs.
We speak about the challenges and also big wins that ultimately helped Lionel transition into working as a generative artist full-time. I am extremely bullish on the potential of NFTs to empower artists and bring their ideas and work much more accessible to collectors the world over.