Pipi Interview

“Su Media Wata primero” by Pipi

Who are you?

I’m a 41 year old good guy, fascinated by science, nature and art.

When did you start making art?

I started around 2000 / 2001 doing photography, then studied a bit of advertisement, almost full career of graphic design and some illustration lessons but not more than 3 classes.

“Sale un Print” by Pipi

How did you hear about Tezos?

Because I was minting in other marketplaces and was doing pretty bad but I could see lots of artists I follow on twitter and that they were very united and collecting and helping each other and they were all in this Tezos world so I decided to migrate to Tezos.

Why do you make art?

I like to do art because when I die the art will still be there in some place. It’s similar to what dogs do with the pee. I like to leave a mark for future generations.

“Jujuy” by Pipi

You’ve created many works on HicEtNunc. Are there any early works that you’d like to highlight?

Yes, this one is my favourite.

“She Super Angry” by Pipi

Tell us about your SuperFlash collection.

Superflash collection is literally all the drawings I was offering (still do) as a tattooer. I’m also a tattooer but I don’t get that many appointments so I decided to use the illustrations and mint them as nfts and the public really dig them, loads of them are collected already, not all but many.

“125” by Pipi

Your meta photo collection features your own photography. What is your process for getting the perfect photo?

As I told before, photography was the first artistic discipline that I studied and I my way of shooting change a lot. I’m not sure I could tell how is my process for the perfect photo but I’m sure that the process involves taking loads of them and then being able to select the ones you like the most (this is way more difficult I think, the selection).

“F*** Zoo’s” by Pipi

How do you know when a work is ready to be minted?

Sometimes because I just feel it, sometimes because I’m tired of drawing or editing, sometimes I ask for other opinions (this some times confuse me more jajaj)

“9” by Pipi

What do you have planned for the future?

I would love to grow in the cleannft market and to be able to put better prices, would love to see my Nfts used in a wine label, a music cover or something else. Would like also to be in a virtual gallery or to reach a much wider audience. Would love to travel because my nfts. Also to know more artists and collab with them. I love the idea of collab with other artists, I did a collection about this that I’m working on making it bigger and bigger. I would also like to do commissioned Nfts.

Anyone you want to shoutout?

Loads of people really, this are some of them and I’m probably forgetting a lot:


















“Teen Conor McGregor” by Pipi

Anything else?

Yes, we need more collectors that are not artists. I think we have to find the way that the regular public starts to collect nfts. I found its a very fun thing to collect, to hold and to list. Would be nice to find the way to make this Nfts thing flourish way more. I also think that the cleannft should be the ones with better prices because of this unique ecological feature that distinguishes them from the other tokens.

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