The Species.bio collection draws on the talents of a number of exceptional digital artists with a variety of artistic styles. This page showcases the artists currently involved with the project, but as Species.bio progresses towards its maximum supply of 1,000 Bioworks, additional artists will be brought on board. If you are an artist interested in creating a Biowork, please get in touch via the Contact page.
ANiMAtttiC is an acclaimed digital artist who creates within the abstract and conceptual, each piece evoking unique thought in the mind of their witness. The art, influenced by instruction in architecture, is an exploration into the oniric and visceral design of one’s unconscious and into the reflection of what it elicits.
By day, Emily is the Design Director at David Stark Design, where she leads a team to concept and execute IRL events and experiences for brands. By night, Emily is a pixel eating NFT creator, working in generative art and graphic design. Most recently, she and her two partners launched the typographic generative art project “Asemica” on Art Blocks Curated. With a little time to spare, Emily loves biking, designing, folding paper, good conversation, live music, reading, restaurants, whiskey and word games.
Massimo Magee is a writer, artist and musician based in London. His work is wide-ranging, including fiction, text art, sound and image audiovisual digital art pieces, experimental music (improvised, composed and everything in between), free jazz, radically extended saxophony, electronics, data manipulation and much more. He has performed internationally, with recordings released in the USA, UK, France, Poland and Australia, and has a novel forthcoming on Eleusinian Press.
Nuwan Shilpa: "The world manifests intricacies in all levels, macro, and micro, within realms of both matter and mind. Perhaps the most exquisite expressions of these intricacies are perceived in psychedelic and visionary states of consciousness. There is a transcendental profundity in witnessing the unfolding of intricacies within these states. As such, I have become a devout disciple in seeking the sublime through psychedelic and visionary states of consciousness. My Art is an expression arising from this seeking."
Ruffensteint (Kris Hyde) is a 3D artist who has been working with digital media of all forms since 2006. With a particular talent in creating audio-visual displays for the music industry in a surreal, sci-fi style, Ruffensteint has considerable experience creating beautiful 3D environments and cinematic visualisations.
Civit is an illustrator and motiongrapher from Barcelona, Spain. He works with various styles of illustration, from figurative to naïve styles. He is particularly influenced by sci-fi illustration from the 70-80s, which is reflected in his work. He also regularly uses surrealism as the line of argument of his pieces, and combines classical painting and drawing with digital and 3d illustration.
Eloh is a visionary digital artist who takes inspiration from humanity’s timeless use of visionary plants and a wide spectrum of cultural idiosyncrasies from around the world. Eloh distills his experience into deep symbolism and a highly ordered aesthetic to evoke understanding in the careful viewer. Eloh attended art school in Southern California for media arts and traditional animation and has studied under the legendary Robert Venosa, the widely renowned airbrush painter Noah and worked alongside the finest visionary artists on the planet. Prior to discovering liberty as an independent artist he suffered years of corporate work designing games and mobile applications for everyone from Activision and Bigfish to McDonald’s.
Federico Paoli is a freelance illustrator, graphic designer and NFT creator from Montecarlo (Lucca), a little village in the heart of Tuscany. He graduated from Scientific High School in Lucca, before obtaining a Degree in Industrial Design in Florence. His work has been recognized by 3×3 Illustration Annual 15 (2018) and American Illustration 37 annual award book (2018), and has an impressive collection of clients including Mondadori Retail, Corbaccio Editore, Zetland, Weekendavisen, Nurant Illustration Magazine and Milano Fashion Library.
A multidisciplinary artist and experimental musician with synaesthesia, Jake-Andrew's practice is centered around the way the mind can perceive audio stimulus as colour, texture, shape and movement. Exploring sensory perception, Jake-Andrew documents the emotional and physical response to the relationships that exist between colour and sound, and how they can reflect the minutiae and melancholia of the human condition through gestural abstraction and introspective layering.
Natural Warp is a digital artist navigating the psychedelic and visionary realms, creating 2D prints, augmented & virtual reality and 360° art & video. He creates mental environments, dreamspaces, protective bubbles, and kaleidoscopic marvels designed to unleash the highest form of sorcery… your imagination.
Valerio Volpi is a 3D artist living in Munich, Germany, who specialises in character and creature creation. He has worked for many film and game production companies, including Konami and Marvel. His goal in life as an artist is to create incredible images that entertain people, while working together with others, sharing ideas, and creating new worlds.
4th Perspective is an Australian artist who decided to pick up a camera for the first time in early 2020 after advanced Keratoconus caused his left cornea to rupture and lose half of his already bad vision. He quickly took to it and moved onto more complicated and surreal artworks soon after. Quickly gaining notoriety in his home town for his surreal depictions of his partner's mental health conditions and bizarre amalgams of local flora and people, 4th Perspective has since continuously stepped up his game again and again and garnered considerable popularity on the world stage.
Magic Mushroom by Natural Warp