ONE37pm: How has your artist journey changed since joining NFTs? How did you start?
Kei: Joining NFTs has not changed much in terms of where I want to go with my art, but it has created many opportunities, and I've made some of the best friends of my life in this community, and met collectors that have genuine interest in art. Ones that are looking for the next Basquiat or Warhol in the space. I started NFTs at the beginning of last year from just being in art forums and group chats. People were telling me about this, as it is an innovative and game-changing way for artists to connect with ones truly interested in the art.
ONE37pm: Do you prefer physical or digital?
Kei: All of my work is digital! My experience with it has been great because the possibilities are endless with digital. I use Cinema 4D, Photoshop, and Procreate. If you mess up, it is easy to erase.
ONE37pm: What is your focus with your art?
Kei: My focus is to force the viewer to feel something. Pull the emotion from the screen and resonate it in their own way.
ONE37pm: What is your favorite piece?
Kei: My favorite piece is honestly one I have not released yet haha, but my currently posted favorite is "my soul is linked to you" I focused on visualizing some of the energy emitted from 2 beings in sync. The posing was vital to the intimacy of the piece. One thing I took from this piece that was interesting was seeing people tag their significant other to my work as a gesture of love. That happens a lot and is honestly amazing to see.