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“I’m a believer that there’s more to this universe than we have the capability of currently understanding,
and that through manifesting creativity we can connect with others as well as the unknown. As a human and an artist I’m intent on seeking those greater truths.”



Ask Me About The Dimensional Shift
Platform: fxHash
Release Date: 01/20/2022
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Ether Channel 2
Platform: Hic Et Nunc
Release Date: 09/27/2021
SOLD OUT - Edition of 6
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For Better Dreams 
Platform: fxHash
Release Date: 12/22/2021
SOLD OUT - Edition of 150
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Platform: Hic Et Nunc
Release Date: 10/15/2021
SOLD OUT - Edition of 1
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6 Successful Women Leading The Generative NFT Art Revolution
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From tattoos to code, Lisa Orth is one of the most popular NFT artists on FxHash. 

When and how did you discover NFTs?

I suppose like a lot of other people I discovered NFTs during Covid. I’ve always worked as an artist of some sort, starting off in graphic design. I did a lot of work for Sub Pop records as their very first Art Director, designing Nirvana’s first records and their famous “logo”, among other things. I’ve owned a design firm, done illustrations and fine art, and most recently been focusing on a career in tattooing.

When shutdowns started I wasn’t able to tattoo at all, and I found that I had all this spare time to devote to other kinds of art that I’d put on the back burner cause I was so focused on tattooing. I don’t remember when or where exactly it was that I heard about NFTs, but when I did it was so exciting. The idea of proof of ownership and royalties for digital artwork seemed like a dream come true. When I continue reading...

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