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Jack Kaido is a crypto-native digital abstract painter whose art explores abstraction through fully-digital hand-crafted paintings which incorporate the visual language the artist lives and interacts with: internet web pages and UI, apps, text, glitch, errors, gradients, composites, digital collage, pixelation, memes and crypto culture.
Kaido’s paintings are positioned within the genre of fine art digital abstract painting and seek to redefine, in the digital era, what the abstract image can be, whilst simultaneously drawing upon a range of influences — from the Japanese woodblock artists such as Hokusai, the European and American Abstract Expressionists such as Willem De Kooning and Richard Diebenkorn, as well as contemporary artists including AERTIME and Aron Barath.
Kaido’s paintings have been shown internationally, including in New York, Montreal and Valencia. One of his paintings will soon travel to the Moon as part of SpaceX and Geometric Energy’s DOGE II mission. His art resides in distinguished cryptoart collections, including that of Bharat Krymo, Artifaction and AirBnB co-founder Joe Gebbia.
His series Errors on Known Origin is one of the best selling in the platform’s history. He debuts at Christies with two paintings from his fourth series, Traces.
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