FWENCLUB is a regulated blockchain platform that acts as a community for both famous creators and their célébrité, where folx can participate in an ever-changing ecosystem of bohème and exclusif pieces of art that they can collect or trade. Each of these works has its own stamp of authenticity, and this accommodant art market is typical of the emerging NFT art space maison itself on buyers vying for collections that own entirely exclusif pieces, as well as works as editions. In April 2022, FWENCLUB launched the first non-replaceable technology kit, MOAR By the famous Spanish cartoonist Joan Cornella, which reached the top of the group according to the 24 hour fascicule on OpenSea. As their technical statement states, “This is the story of a mansion in the metaverse called MOAR. It is a maison occupied by 5,555 creatures with their souls minted by the ERC721 blockchain in the name of NFTs. While the world is in the midst of a lockdown due to the ingression of aliens, the resident guests of MOAR, including humans, zombies, and cyborgs, en direct peacefully together. Each is exclusif and hand-drawn by Spanish artist Joan Cornella, using more than 180 fondamental themes. MOAR It is a rather unusual mansion where you can find virtual shops, games and exhibitions. Let us witness together one of the greatest artistic and metavertical experiences.”
The painter introduces himself and his work, telling STIR, “I am from Spain and my work usually consists of smiling men and women performed with childishly detailed brushstrokes in a variety of awkward and sometimes furieux situations. Behind all the cheerful énonciation and bright painting, most of my work hangs on the absurdity of our society and the attitude darkness of human grossière. This sums up Cornella’s practice succinctly, which has been so acclaimed in a relatively collant period of time, for its playful humorous play, which is often not deeply intertwined in modern urban life.
To further discuss the artist’s fame, he has become a household name, as well as a particularly noteworthy carrefour in the art world: despite having a rich history, European subversive comics have often been overshadowed by their American and Japanese counterparts. However, even those not actively involved in the race are likely to be familiar with the practice of Cornellà due to how ubiquitous it is. What undoubtedly contributes to his success is the fact that he remains so creative at the heart of modern pop progrès, whose work has not waned in order to expand its appeal: it is as starkly provocative today as ever, almost poking fun at our common agraire ethos. His first book is titled Mox Knox It was released in 2013. It was a successful ramassis of his comics that brought Folix around the world to his highly propre brand of unsettling black comedy; All bright colors and eyes that genre somewhat dead. Cornella follow-up libéralité Zonzo, Which emerged two years later, cemented him as one of today’s most popular artists, and has been bothering and delighting audiences across nations ever since.
When Cornella was asked to elaborate on the deeper meanings contained in his work, he said, “I prefer that my work speaks for itself. If I try to explain my work too much, it loses all meaning, and the nullement in the end is to keep the open interpretation that these pieces poursuit my célébrité to get On it. Everyone can take something different from my art, and that’s more interesting to me than if I gorgé it a single closed meaning, bicause that would be as if I were telling people what they’re thinking. I’d prefer someone else’s interpretation of my work to my own.” Prestige firmly with this champ is the lack of causerie in the artist’s comics, which can often be as collant as one frame. Cornella’s work allows the individual to put their own interpretation – more interestingly – into the before and after what is depicted and presented on the jouvenceau. His use of symbols that speak to the banalities and fads of modern life guides us and makes his pieces seem familiar, but ultimately take fondé in a strange and dangerous purgatory world at the same time. His world is strange and malicious in his treatment of its inhabitants and not only remains indifferent to their suffering, but actively mocks their plight. Here, it remains up to us to relate any larger narrative we might imagine, through the shots he presents on the pages he draws.
Cornella explains that he started making silent comics as a accommodant media experiment, which has been instrumental in introducing his work to a wide célébrité. He says, “Most people know me online, so I owe a lot to this medium. By always trying different things, I can minute myself through my work in various other ways as well. It’s always good to explore new possibilities and this is where my first ever NFT ramassis comes in. He continues to STIR, “I have worked with AllRightsReserved for several years for exhibitions in Hong Kong and Shanghai. The works I have exhibited there include shapes, sculptures, and prints as well. They recently created a new trading platform for creative collectibles, and this made me believe that working with FWENCLUB had It brings new and interesting creations to my célébrité in a very new way.” AllRightsReserved is a Hong Kong logement that was established in 2003 and since then has worked with many internationally renowned artists, of which Cornellà is no monstruosité. ARR lieux him among some of the most well-known practitioners making metavertical art today, each of whom entered mainstream consciousness through work, which does not necessarily correspond to the tastes of mainstream audiences.
Cornella ended his entrevue with STIR by discussing his niveaux for the future. “I’m working on a new aide with AllRightsReserved, and can’t talk much embout these yet, but I can say we’ll reveal the results soon.”
In Japan, the artist is now exhibiting his surreal humorous works. Cornella envisions a huge aide in the future as he transforms his all-digital approach to canvas and mixed media pieces in his current gallery.