Espo Visuals is a gaming and crypto enthusiast with over 15 years of experience working on console games, mobile games, web-based games. In this interview we discuss Espo’s most recent project CryptoArt Sundays.

CryptoArt Sundays: Interview with Espo Visuals

Welcome to CryptoArt Sundays, art enthusiasts! This weekend, we have Espo Visuals, a.k.a. Sydney, who is a fantastic artist. After listening to one of her podcast episodes and admiring her work, I wanted to learn more about the artist behind the gorgeous paintings. We’ve arrived.

Personally, I like butterfly designs, therefore her brand’s butterfly emblem immediately drew me in. On the Solana blockchain, Sydney creates and sells hand-drawn digital art. She also creates a lot of other cool things and has a vision for NFTs and art in the future.

But don’t take my word for it; check out our interview below for all the juicy facts!

What drew you to construct your own NFTs and how did you learn about the NFT space?

I first became aware of the NFT area when I began to research and invest in bitcoin, which led to my discovery of NFTs.

What drew me to make my own NFTs was the possibility of using blockchain technology to sell art, establish community, and brands for myself and other artists, which I knew I wanted to learn how to do so that I could share and educate other artists.


How frequently do you make something?

I produce on a regular basis, and I’ve lately resumed my exploration of classic media such as gouache and acrylic painting.

How do you go about coming up with ideas?

Depending on what I’m working on, my creative process may take many various forms. Some films will be planned and scripted, while others will be spontaneous. Sometimes a dream can take me down a bizarre spiral of pictures, and other times I’ll flush out more of a developed notion for painting.


What do you believe CryptoArt’s future will be like?

NFT art, I believe, will resemble all art. The music and video industries will be transformed, and technology will be employed as evidence of ownership in the conventional art world, as well as in fashion and creative partnerships. It will seem to be a combination of art and charitable purposes. Digital creative materials will be linked to access keys and memberships, tickets and events, and education.

What are you working on right now?

I’m now working on a clothing line with a 50/50 income split with my NFT holders and a charity, as well as generating instructional video tools to help women and artists transition to the Web 3 area and making art around the clock.


What are the locations where collectors may locate your work?

Collectors may presently find my work on SolSea, or visit my website to see all I’ve done.


Tell us a little bit about your show.

I co-host a podcast with my brother in which we interview artists from various creative fields to learn how they got to where they are. The purpose is to provide creatives with the skills they need to succeed and sustain a successful practice.