FVCKRENDER is a digital artist living in Vancouver, BC. He has always been interested in art but really started by the age of 25 when he discovered 3D and digital art. He gets his main inspiration for his beautiful art from nature. Besides, art is one of his big focuses on building a metaverse collaborating with other artists.
He does not like that most people just read negative headlines in the media instead of doing proper research on NFTs.
NFT Granny: “Dear FVCKRENDER. Thank you so much for taking your precious time. You showed your first physical sculpture EXISTENCE// during the Art Basel Miami 2021. How was your feeling during the auction compared to a sole NFT auction? How was it perceived by Visitors? And how did you link the NFT with the sculpture?”
FVCKRENDER: This was interesting because we spent almost 100k on the creation of the physical sculpture but ended up including it with the digital piece as more of an extra gift. It was wild because most people who were bidding weren’t bidding for the sculpture at all – they were way more interested in the digital. This proves that the real value and worth right now is in NFTs and digital assets because they are much easier to maintain, track and display. The owner really likes the sculpture, though, which I’m happy about!
How did you first become interested in art, and how did you get started with it yourself?
FVCKRENDER: I’ve always been interested in art, but the real passion developed when I was around 25. At that point in my life, I had no motivation and nothing to get out of bed for. Then one day I stumbled upon 3D and digital art, and I was hooked.
Could you tell us more about the story of your Project “POWER//”
FVCKRENDER: POWER// is a piece I made for Art Basel. It was a part of a collection I did with a lot of my friends which meant a lot to me having us all come together. This is what inspired the chain links around the sphere. Bringing all my favourite people together.
Which of your artworks are you most proud of?
FVCKRENDER: All of them! Every piece of work that I put out is the work I love the most, but if I had to pick, I would choose REJUVENATE// because it was linked to my mental state at that time and was one of the pieces that changed my life the most.
We are curious 🙂 Would you be willing to share any plans for upcoming projects?
FVCKRENDER: A lot of my focus right now has been on building a metaverse, which is an exploratory art and meditative experience collaborating with other artists. I’m also working on my own art on the side (and always will).
Who or what are your biggest influences or sources of inspiration?
Is there something specific you are trying to express with your art?
FVCKRENDER: Rewiring the brain and finding yourself.
What would be your biggest wish for the NFT Art scene? What is currently missing/ not fully developed to reach full potential out of it?
FVCKRENDER: Cross chain NFT purchases.
What is the most disturbing thing when it comes to NFTs and cryptoart in your opinion?
FVCKRENDER: Right now, the most disturbing thing is that people are scared to learn about NFTs because of their negative portrayal in the media. They are reading headlines instead of doing proper research, and it is hurting the space.
We would really like to know, where do you see the NFT Art scene in the future?
FVCKRENDER: Metaverses will be fully mainstream and we will see art in real time attached to experiences, as well as cross metaverse capabilities where you can change from one world to another and see each other’s work.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given?
FVCKRENDER: Be patient.
What do you feel the moment a project you’ve created dropped?
Where do you like to travel?
FVCKRENDER: Los Angeles.
- Name: FVCKRENDER
- Current hometown: Vancouver, BC
- Languages he speaks: French as a first language and English
- What did you want to be when you were a child: I just knew I wanted to work for myself
- First Job: I worked at a mini putt course