Cryptochip Elements Meme Edition

An exclusive auction only drop by RedBullRon

RedBullRon is the creator/co-founder of Crypto Chips, a 3D artist, and music producer from Scranton, PA. He got the name RedBullRon back in 2003 when he started his DJ/Music career. His creative endeavors started with music. He mainly produces house music and can be found on all major streaming platforms. He picked up 3D art are a means to help improve his graphic design skills for marketing and promotions as a DJ. Being a 3D artist started as a way to help with creating stunning images for his music career, but quickly became a passion of his equal to making music. Fast forward to 2014 and he started working at Maxon (the company that develops Cinema 4D & Redshift), and his 3D art education was taken to another level. Hewill be eternally grateful for what he’s learned and continues to learn at Maxon.

RedBullRon will be spinning at Meme’s 1 year anniversary event on August 14th @ 21:00 EDT at Meme’s HQ in Decentraland. Check out his drop now —

We sat down with RedBullRon to ask him a few questions:

Can you describe your drop in 2–3 sentences:

I loved the idea of using “Elements” as a source of inspiration to combine with my Crypto Chips project. So like a method actor, I worked on this drop while watching movies/shows such as the 5th Element, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Captain Planet (lolz), etc. to come up with something cool and exclusive to the $MEME platform with badass pineapple controlling the elements.

What first got you into NFT art?

Having another source of income while doing what I already loved was too good to be true.

How did you initially hear about $MEME?

The Block times crew, who have been amazingly helpful in my NFT career, found me on Reddit, oddly enough, after posting my first ever Crypto Chip, which got the Crypto Chips project off the ground.

What do you find interesting about what the $MEME project is doing?

I love the variety of artists dropping on $MEME and am grateful to be in the company of such amazing talent.

What excites you about NFTs and/or DeFi?

The idea of being able to work on what I love while being able to support myself financially.

Where will NFT art be in 3 years?

They say once grandma and grandpa know about something, it’s probably known worldwide and extremely popular. In 3 years, all the grandma’s and grandpa’s will be collecting NFT’s 😄

What’s next for you as a digital artist?

To continue exploring, expanding, and getting better at what I do because even though I’ve been doing this for quite some time, the industry is ever-changing, and if you don’t grow with it, you will fall behind.

Describe Creative Process — Anything special here? Anything you’d like readers to know about you as an artist?

I’m a bit a freestyler with my personal work. I don’t really know what I am going to do until I do it, and a lot of the time, it starts as one thing then ends up being completely different. Which I absolutely love! Art is only limited by your imagination.




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