This digital art superstar is finally launching her big collection


The NFT world has been waiting for Jose Arias’ first NFT collection for a long time. The Peruvian artist with high profile fans in the tech industry is about to launch one of the most impressive projects seen to date.

In just a few years, the NFT sector has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry. The once isolated art world is now a global community, open to almost anyone of legal age to purchase popular collectibles. As a result, artists get full control over sales, royalties, and marketing. And beyond that are able to form a community without borders. No matter where in the world and whatever your background, you can be part of it.

Peruvian artist Jose Arias is one of the superstars of the digital art world, his 3D creations have been flowing from screens around the world for years. Logically, he was one of the first figures people turned to as the sensation of NFT collections grew from a movement to an industry. One of his last commercial projects was the global Spotify collaboration “Monsters”, showing off his 3D minions.

Clients of this nature, and Jose Arias has a long list of them, place his work in a modern pop culture context.

Highly relevant pieces available for fans and collectors

In the past, it was difficult to define historical moments in the development of art in real time. That has changed, and it’s clear that we are currently witnessing pop culture as it happens. Arias’ artwork is highly relevant, with anticipation growing for his upcoming “Puff World” launch. The extremely detailed project includes 10,000 unique characters designed by the artist, his “Puffs”. Designed to take over the metaverse, Arias’ “Puff World” is for everyone.

What is exclusive is the sense of community among the owners of the pieces in these special collections. Merchandise and priority information on upcoming collaborations only reinforces this sentiment, which makes “Puff World” one of those modern phenomena.

Jose Arias’ life work in 3D is certainly not to be missed, so keep an eye on his channels for April when we expect the project to go live.


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