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Josh Mora began to draw stories and characters as a child together with his brother. They collected, printed and framed them. That was the beginning of his lifetime passion. Josh studied art in a high school and continued to practice it and learn intermittently over the years. Sharp, large strokes, color contrasts and exaggerated anatomical proportions define Mora's rich and distinctive style, highly influenced by French comic and manga.

His pictures tell the story on their own and the whole set leads to imagine new narratives. Keen on comics and short stories, the ideal future project would be to publish his own comic book. Will it be the book of Josh going to space?

Meravellcrea got trained and works in Illustration, nevertheless she prefers to see herself as a cartoonist. Her extravagant style is fresh, full to the brim with dark colours and charismatic obscure characters. Sharp lines and black masses give intensity to her work and narrate stories on diverse topics such as sex, science fiction, nudes, deformations, trash, death, human and animal cruelty.

Ultimately, Meravellcrea's works represent the degradation of lands in their splendor. The artist persues to draw as many existing objects as possible and expand her art expression beyond disjointed images through the comic and video art. Keep an eye on Meravellcrea's work since she is releasing her first book in August, 2021!

Originally from Chile, Nico Lob lives in Korea. This colourful, nomadic story reflects in her warm, vivid colour palettes and concise collection of stylistic influences. Captivated since childhood by fantastic sceneries of Western cartoons and Asian animation, Nico who started originally as a graphic designer, has recently dabbled into the digital storytelling.

She aspires to develop characters that could fit the game and animation industry and be released as Art Toy collections. The unusual creatures living in her brilliant imaginary world are often appreciated as a fair balance of oddity and cuteness while her drawing style most likely fits with words like chaos, alternative, oniric, and misfit.

Aisa is a Barcelona born illustrator producing work for a wide range of clients across publishing, fashion and advertising. Working mostly locally, Aisa has lent her unique touch to a broad range of culture-related projects partnering with some awarded artists and participated in numerous street art festivals with various self-generated work.

Aisa is keen on a young adult illustration, Japanese woodcut and manga comics of 80-90's. Those magical and Sci-Fi worlds that she awakes in her art are blended with pop culture elements caried by the clean lines. Digital art fascinates Aisa for the creative freedom and unlimited experimental possibilities.

Liking nothing better than depicting nature and creating elegant humanlike animal characters, to date Christa's work has included 3 illustrated books for children, one of those was awarded at Bologna International Children Book Fair (2019). Christa is a passionate naturalist and introspective artist based in Barcelona. She values and enjoys the freedom of the creative process in which she explores the limits of imagination and boundaries of technique.

When it comes to drawing, she starts from the most abstract part, playing with composition and color, in order to sculpt within this space of possibilities the protagonists of her stories and then fill them with realistic details.

Miguel Manich is a Barcelona born and based illustrator who has participated in the digital Exquisite Corpse more than once. He got his Master of Arts in Illustration at EINA, Barcelona in 2014 and in Escola de la Dona mentored by professor Ignasi Blanch. Manich's work reflects his truly personal world and his own experiences.

Miguel thinks behind the surface and by mixing different techniques and radiant colors, creates fresh, intuitive and totally unique illustrations. His dreamy scenery and characters, with a pinch of subtle humor, has landed him some outstanding projects in The Illustration Room agency, Sydney, Australia as well as a proud place in the Crypto Exquisite Corpse #01.

Wildlife technician and illustrator Em Bolieu finds herself joyfully working on many scientific illustration projects in the province of Quebec, Canada where she was born. Her art process is about drawing things she is in love with: birds, butterflies, mountains and animals, - and spending probably too many hours finding the perfect colors to reflect that love.

She lives by sea and forest, which comes through in her rich, colourful digital illustrations, bursting at the seams with narrative and charm. Em says she is just obsessed with color and also fascinated by science and anything vintage and uses illustration as a way to reunite unlikely partners in one dance.

Roger Pastor Novo, born in Catalonia, lives and enjoys the creative freedom in the sunny town near the city of Barcelona. He graduated from a famous La Llotja Art and Design Academy and with a trajectory of more than 15 years in the graphic department of a wide recognized fashion brand, he combines his daily work with personal projects and external collaborations.

His exquisitely crafted and intricate digital drawings with a sharp, precise line have graced multiple international advertising and packaging projects. Roger has wonderfully participated in the Exquisite Corpse numerous times. And we are thrilled to have him as part of our talented roster!

Natàlia Juan Abelló, graduated in Barcelona, has started her exciting freelance journey as a children's illustrator in Saddleworth, UK. Full to the brim with dreamy scenery inhabited by playful characters with big eyes and large cute faces, there is magic everywhere you look. Drawing and creating colour palettes are favorite parts of Natàlia's creative process.

Even in her digital work she likes to keep some traditional elements like watercolour textures and pencil details. Her inspiration comes from little things that spark joy: books that she loves, animals and nature. Natàlia creates books, designs printed fabrics, happily grows her online shop and creates the first in history Crypto Corpse!

Alejandro Cadavid Lombana from Columbia studied illustration before embarking on a freelance career in Panama in numerous advertising agencies, which spread into creation of graphic interfaces for videogames. Prolific and adaptable in equal measure he has worked in all areas of art and design including interfaces for apps, web, illustration with an emphasis on pixel art.

Alejandro gained a lot of success in music. He is currently recording his debut album and his Alternative Rock band gained first position of top 10 on MTV some years ago. Listen to his fantastic bass guitar and enjoy this yummy Token!

After graduating with Design and Visual Communication Degree in Mexico, Greece Zamora Gonzalez (Gree) rolled straight into a successful career in design, advertising and finally in a videogame industry. It was in the video games studio when she realized that what she is most passionate about is illustration, drawing and concept art.

Her delicate digital works really do take whimsical illustration to another realm. Gree let herself be inspired by her day to day, the things that she lives and feels, her plants, her personal items, things she heard or saw, full of magic, there is nature, space and adventures, exciting and transmitting peace, the whole personal world of Gree is there.

Anna Oro graduated at IUAV University of Venice and now lives between Venice and Turin illustrating her daily life. Anna's natural drawing talent has allowed her a diverse client base in graphic design and illustration in Italy and Portugal.

Interested in the relationship between object and the 2D image and its connection to different modes of storytelling Anna playfully represents joyful human characters with ice-creams, plants, cats and fruits. Their big tall legs make them walk, run and dance. In her soft colorful works she is searching for simple compositions and the perfect color balance. Might she happily find some non-existent colors for her palette on Mercury?
Guille Jimeno is an illustrator and tattoo artist born in 1989. With a degree in Fine Arts and a Master's degree in Design and Illustration, Guille develops an underground, psychedelic graphic style with cyberpunk aesthetics. His one-of-the-kind style evolves out of a passion for the graffiti culture. With a clear influence of the 90s and 2000s, he himself defines his style as a "TechnoTrash".

Among other hobbies, Guille says he likes to go on an interdimensional tourism and from there draws inspiration for his work. It is that rawness of a line, a smart use of color and a sense of humor which make him stand out from the crowd.
Singular aesthetic and amazingly unique token!

Living in Hull, UK has given Joseph Cox a keen eye for the peculiarities of modern life. His personal work is inspired by technology, science and electronic music. He works largely with digital mediums such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and After Effects and then translate his art into print - be that giclee, screenprint or risograph; and more recently explores paint and other analog mediums.

On a commercial side, he also encompasses graphic design and branding and has notched up projects as diverse as murals painting, event promotion for music festivals, museum illustration, placemaking and maps. Joseph Cox might be the one to make the first ever map of Mercury!

Behind the CranioDsgn brand is Alex, born in Valencia in 1982. With a versatile and constantly evolving body of work, CranioDsgn's style combines graphic simplicity and rich textures. Trained at the Superior Academy of Art and Design of Castellon, it is with his passion for the pop culture aesthetics and cinema that he tackles every project.

Alex is a great lover of music, especially of a punk-rock & Californian melodic hardcore, and a skateboarding. He is a die-hard fan of "Batman", "Masters of the Universe" and "The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" as well as of the toys, especially those from the 80s. All these serve as inspiration to bring an exquisite art for the publishing and advertising worlds.

Dani Burés is a Galician artist, inevitably influenced by his career as an architect and landscaper. Dani is primarily an exponent of line, the quality of which can be described as dynamic, elegant and precise. Always working on vectors, he shows a great interest in a somewhat abstract and geometrized representation of all kinds of subjects. He seeks the maximum formal simplification of any type of a still life or landscapes that present a suggestive for the artist composition.

Although on average the color palette in his vignettes is scarce or non-existent and it is repeating geometric patterns that catch the prominence, we can feel the warmth. There are plants. There are many plants. And there is life.

Born in Barcelona in 1992, Ferran Castellnou Agulló or Ferr-W got interested in illustration as such about 6 years ago and recently built a beautiful body of personal work full of dazzling colors and bright and bold lining. Digital illustration, mural painting, textile printing - his sumptuous painting style graces many mediums. Wanting to transmit his messages through different registers, he also searches for diversity in terms of subject.

Mesmerising human faces, animals and botanic objects are the most recurrent elements in his drawings. Ferran, drawn by the idea of conceptual simplification and fascinated by the power of the black line, dreams of learning the art of tattoos.

Former screenwriting fellow at the American Film Institute, Katie Brookoff is an artist, writer, educator, and, occasionally, children's birthday party entertainer. Originally from Memphis, Tennessee Katie has lived in a bike shed, in uncomfortably close quarters with raccoons, and with a member of Gwar.

Now based in New York where she makes some wonderful pixel art for the point-and-click adventure game "Landlubbers" and enjoys creating goofy art for kids and adults alike and draw pun-based single-panel cartoons. Spontaneous, quirky, inherently humorous and adaptable, Katie's drawings with her cute witty characters become the protagonists of literary journals and blogs for kids.

We struck gold when we stumbled upon a talent like Hirofumi Ito. Born and raised in Japan, since he was a child he has loved drawing more than exercise. He loved to scribble on back of boring school test papers with his black ballpoint pen and by simply starting drawing, practicing, strengthening his technique, he became a self-taught artist.

Monsters, girls, molluscs, mushrooms as well as all possible ridiculous, absurd and attractive things that the artist imagined as a child become the protagonists of his personal work. He expects his ideas to become the means to connect with people living in remote places. Today his art has reached as far as the Solar Chain System.

Upon graduation with an art degree in Barcelona, Miriam Vázquez undertook an Advanced Drawing and Screen Printing courses and rediscovered color. With a fascination for all things sci-fi, comic, indie movies, and especially music, she has developed a flexible and diverse style working across editorial, exhibitions and publishing.

With the sketch in mind Miriam recreates the unreal worlds with bold attractive characters drawing and inking them by hand and then digitizes the result adding color, shadows and highlights. Miriam says she was born in the dystopian year of 1984 and her art portrays the possible escape from everyday life through the fantasy. From Earth to... Mercury?

Elvis Marshall is a conceptual creative with extremely wide-ranging talents. No matter what his medium, his work is deeply personal displaying his unbounded imagination and eye for design. It was in his childhood that the cult of the American superhero- and Underground comic, manga and anime exerted such power over his young mind that managed to raise his imagination to places far away from the school desk.

His curiosity for the urban art and illustration definitely led him to study graphic arts that he unintentionally married with the performance. In a parallel and stealthy way, dance, martial arts and performing arts have been the platforms where he was able to use his knowledge from the graphic world, producing posters for theater companies and painting performances.

A fine arts graduate in Barcelona, César Marcén approaches his artistic projects from an ironic and surreal perspective. Among his work we can find typography art, epic portraits and drawings representing the apocalyptic scenes which seem to come from a dream world. His light and expressive brushwork glides across the page, recreating the human or animal form with an inherent elegance.

A lover of Indie comics and experimental electronic music, he finds joy in a digital drawing. His most notable graphic references range from Katsuhiro Otomo, James Jean and Daniel Richter to classic figures such as Albrecht Dürer and El Bosco. César is currently working as a graphic manager in a high-end fashion brand that will start its journey this year in Barcelona.

Biel Moreno Lluberes, also known as Lion Bml, is one of the youngest artists among Exquisite Workers. Born in Barcelona in 2004, he has always been passionate about the world of art and currently follows his dreams to be fully present in it. His style on early stages is highly influenced by artists: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Grabiel Piccolo, Jack Kirby, Alberto Mielgo, Jake Parker and Gastón Pacheco among others.

Biel's versatility is highly prized by the audience as he has already illustrated the book which became best-selling in the local community as well as exhibited his work at the Young Art Festival and won some posters competition. It is clear to see that Biel is going to become an internationally acclaimed illustrator in his own right!

Mariona Tolosa Sisteré hails from Barcelona where she gained her Arts degree and found her personal universe through acrylic, pencil, collage and digital drawing. The wit and charm of her characters, her passion for the precise and her solid academic background have combined to make Mariona's style an 'overnight' success.

Mariona is a versatile artist, who works on varied projects, from publishers, press, public institutions to private companies and individuals. Mariona's albums, articles, animations, lettering, posters and the textile illustration are the visual bait for the world to be tempted into contacting her. She has always some tasty project on the boil. Today it is Crypto Exquisite Corpse #01.

Maia Cabello is a self-taught illustrator and architect from Latin America, currently based in Buenos Aires. Maia spent her childhood watching animations and reading manga, which cultivated her interest in drawing and building a wide diversity of characters at a young age.

Maia now enjoys illustrations with cyberpunk aesthetics and characters influenced by streetwear and Japanese culture and folklore. Maia's persuasive up-beat illustrations invite us to visit her impactful enthralling environments and make us meet her attractive though distant meticulously detailed heros of 21st century or centuries which are yet to come.

Nestor Vassallo is 30 years old and originally hails from Argentina. He is a graphic designer with a great passion for illustration. Graduated from the University of Buenos Aires, he resides in the country's capital where he creates everything from mysterious worlds with planets, birds and animals to clear and conceptual information graphics for clients in the editorial and publishing fields.

Nestor's s elegant line-work and smart use of negative space are inspired by traditional screen printing techniques, evidenced by his simple, bold shapes and colour schemes. Releasing the next great illustration on social media, Nestor uses to ask: Why? And then he answers by himself: And why not?

Maximiliano Puchulutegui, better known as Puchu Design, was born in Buenos Aires in 1985 and currenty based in-between his native city and Barcelona. Maximiliano is a multidisciplinary artist keen on artistic creation and passionate about the Design. His pieces are tinged with pastel colors, surrealistic scenes, fantastic creatures and imaginary universes.

Maximiliano has worked prolifically throughout the Mural painting, Editorial and Textile Design, Advertising, Branding, Album Covers Illustration and participated in multiple Design Shows and Festivals in Spain and Latin America. His latest serie of drawings "Love is Love" is filled with a sense of humor and passion. Do not miss his first Token!
Egarcigu (Eduard Garcia) is a self-taught illustrator and digital artist born in Barcelona and based in London since 2006. He has produced illustrations for numerous clients including Samsung, La Vanguardia, Island Records, Hendrick's Gin and Secret Cinema, was featured in multiple books dedicated to the Spanish illustration scenes as well as illustrated his first children's book in 2020 ("Darling untold" by Ben Manz).

Well defined lines and frequent explosion of colours married in original compositions, are a constant in his work. Inspiration stems from themes such as pop culture, comics, urbanism and nature. He also finds enjoyment in floristry and photography.

The tattoo, street and digital artist with an over active imagination, David Mäse, better known as Mäse, develops his unique work in the city of Granada. Using both Traditional and Digital techniques, he draws on large walls as well as on a skin, canvas and digital canvas. Projecting his sketches to all sort of support, he has become more and more prolific, developing extraordinary comic characters with psychedelic and a little childish aesthetics and an ambiguous message.

David enjoys losing himself in the work, creating mysterious pieces that speak to the audience on a personal level, evoking strong emotional responses.

Rafael Gregor, AKA Digital Addict uses his years of experience in advertising to make authentic feeling retro futuristic vaporwave art. Which coincidentally ambiguously satirises consumer capitalist culture from the 80s and 90s. His style often features remixed retro gadget advertising with a modern twist. For Crypto Corpse #01 Rafael creates a fancy gadget with marketing jargon as a hyperbole.

The artist explains: "The Japanese on the left says 'They bragged about their overpriced gadgets but when you pulled out your SuperFomo...' This line is a reference to a classic Piano ad 'They laughed when I sat at the piano, but when I played…' ". Do not miss this absolutely stunning token!

Born in Caracas, Venezuela, at the age of 14 Valeria Escalona moved with her family to a city north of London called Milton Keynes. Valeria joyfully studied Graphic Design at the University of London College of Communication, in which she really liked the packaging part. The latest brought her to Barcelona to study a Master in Branding and Packaging that would eventually lead Valeria to the creative studio where she currently works full time.

Valeria has always showed interest in kawaii and cartoons, which has greatly influenced her illustration style. Her drawings are minimalistic and clean and maintain a smooth and very pleasant to the eye pastel palette. Her characters shine with ingenious emotions, smile and blink to you and speak love. Valeria says that her cat and her iPad are her faithful professional partners. We hope they do not miss her much while she is traveling to Mercury!

Alejandro Alonso is an illustrator who creates direct, simple and fun images playing with metaphors, voids and negatives. The solid practice and neverending perseverance became the final keys to his work. His passion for the precise and his wide background in the mural painting have combined to make Alejandro's illustration style a roaring success.

His distinctively playful approach has already landed him an impressive commercial client list in Barcelona. In this city he used to work as a mechanic of bicycles. "Maybe because of that in my images everything seems to mesh", - adds the artist. Alejandro Alonso's bold artwork combines a range of digital elements from which they develop clean visuals with a singular aesthetic, just like this super token!

La Veralicia is a digital illustrator and comic artist whose loose, expressive visual language is immediately recognisable. She got a degree in Design and Creative Technologies in Valencia and her work remains influenced by her academic background, with a prominent concentration on colour, line and characters development.

A great deal of inspiration for La Veralicia comes from the classical art, cinema and everyday life and very much from the vintage aesthetics and Asian themes. Currenly she works on getting her first graphic novel called DUST. You wouldn't want to miss her live-drawing on Twitch as well as this fantastic token!

Multidisciplinary creative studio "Foxnaif" was founded in London by Gizem Sezer. Specialising in illustration and graphic compositions, Gizem aspires to create artwork with a playful sugestive style. With clients like Kaffi Coffee, Valaita Winery, Speedyteller under her belt and a folio that spans from branding to design work, Gizem brings to each and every project her passion for storytelling awaking feelings and recreating awkward moments.

Foxnaif has derived from the word 'faux-naïf' which means a literary or artistic style, emanated from a search for an authentic unsophisticated artistic experience, unaffected by the trappings of civilisation. Foxnaif loves to draw with a pencil and in her minimalistic series of personal work often visits places which do not exist.

Anna on the Moon is the pseudonym of a graphic designer, art director and illustrator from Barcelona who speaks as poetically as she draws. Her real name is Anna and she likes geometry, symmetry, color and for her less is more. Currently, she works in a creative production company growing professionally and personally every day. Alongside her commercial practice, Anna is developing her artistic practice through personal projects.

Her sumptuous painting style is fresh and elegant. She is addicted to the series, chocolate, colors of the sunset and her beautiful cats. She only asks the future for love, health, money and adventures. And a little bit of carrot and orange juice. On Earth and on Mercury.

Marina Tena i Borràs, is a fresh face on the illustration scene and a production powerhouse with a confident and individual folio at this early stage in her career. Born in Barcelona, Marina now is 26 and brings her enthusiasm about editorial design and animation into her personal work full of charm seeking for the delicate balance between design and illustration with an introspective and feminist gaze.

Marina promotes a self-care and acceptance of one's own defects and mainly uses Catalan language in her work to reinforce the presence of content in this language on the networks. The name of her Instagram account translates as "And so I paint". And we enjoy!

Ismael González who works under pseudonym Gonzais is a Spain-based visual development artist who specializes in portraiture and character design. Based in Granada, where he gained his Master's Degree in Drawing and Illustration, he uses his skills to create portraits of cartoon female characters in a style that echoes anime and dear old Disney movies.

Ismael's interests are mainly focused on the animation industry and dreams of joining an animation studio as a concept artist. Ismael excels at the harmonic tones and balanced composition of his work - through simple lines, plain tones and inspirations from all around he transforms each of his cartoon drawings with a distinct style of his own.

Meng Huan Wu is a graphic designer and illustrator working and living in Taipei City, Taiwan. Wildly enthusiastic about mangas, video games and sci-fi movies, Wu's works are mostly about imaginary worlds and fun characters. His work is always in high demand among editorial and commercial projects and he counts with such clients as Nike and numerous professional sport teams.

Wu is most famous for truly enthralling digital illustrations where he explores exaggerated shapes and plain colors. Recently Wu became the eager fan of "Formula 1" and Crypto Corpse.

Senyor Monk is a graphic artist and musician from Barcelona. Senyor Monk might describe himself as a multidisciplinary artist nevertheless it happens that he simply goes with the flow when it comes to a new project. His creations are mostly based on provocation and infamy and include themes ranging from the abuse of caffeine to the myths and legends of the folklore of Yecla, Murcia where due to Senyor Monk the "top people" live.

Monk calls himself a neighbourhood hero and admits that since 1986 he has had the delusions of grandeur, and nobody is sure if they have seen him ever since. We are happy to have heroes like Senyor Monk among our first NFT artists!

Having learnt her craft of drawing, painting, screen printing and ceramics in famous La Llotja Art and Design Academy and Eina Art School in Barcelona, Gemma Quevedo set up a studio in her native city, called Black Pretzel, which currently produces hand-printed t-shirts, fanzines and pins and in future self designed dolls. A constant string of exhibitions and local art-fairs pushes her technique further.

In her most recent intimate comic series she brings to life a woman character and a cat who explores the topic on sensory processing sensitivity (HS). In her digital work Gemma creates boldly visual imagery over the plain moderate backgrounds which mainly focuses on daily life on Earth and cosmic journeys. Today Gemma has reached Mercury with the female protagonists of her digital stories.

Tom Hoff is an illustrator and graphic artist born in Santiago de Chile. After starting a design and illustration studio in his hometown, he dedicated himself to nurturing his graphic style by undertaking the Master's degree in illustration and comics in Elisava, Barcelona. Tom creates exquisitely crafted and intricate drawings with a sharp line.

His lustrous illustrations are at the same time both beautiful and satirical, with a deep-rooted fascination with multicultural narratives. His personal work is characterized by evoking characters that mix reality with fiction, in order to convey a new world to be seen and explored by the viewer. Don't they drink coffee on Mercury?

Adrià Armengou originally hails from Barcelona (1985). He is a creative mastermind who comfortably straddles the visual disciplines of illustration, graphic design and typography, a diversity that has brought his talent to bear on numerous branding and advertising projects in his home city.

Illustration and lettering, two of his biggest passions, offer constant inspiration when creating his work. His illustrations are born out of an absurd humor and his work is majorly colorful and light-hearted. Father of two children, he likes battered artichokes.

Vaishnavi Iyer is a mix media designer, artist, muralist and an avid consumer of both culture and counterculture. Her work is a unique fusion of her Indian sensibilities with a lot of pop aesthetics. She earned her degree in Interior Architecture and Design in Pearl Academy of Fashion.

While pursuing her Master's degree in Building Products and Systems from The Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology, popularly known as CEPT in Ahmedabad, she works on her numerous personal projects such as mural painting and comic series.

Pluulp is a Chilean cartoonist with a specialty in Characters Design. She likes the cartoon style and enjoys writing and drawing comics. She studied Visual Communication and Design at the University of La Serena, but decided to leave it to dedicate herself entirely to improving her drawing skills. She learned art by mostly watching and admiring the work of many excellent creators.

Pluulp likes to mix the seemingly cute with the dark things and lets science fiction and old cartoons influence her dynamic vibrant work. Pluulp loves her job and if she could ask one thing to the Universe, it would be to eradicate tendonitis from the Earth.

Juan PNG is a 30 year old visual artist born in the south of Argentina. His beginnings in digital illustration go back to a very early age and come with a use of a Microsoft's Paint program. The drawings that characterize Juan's work are based on reversals of pictorial works by well-known artists, on illustrations in parallel perspective and also on nature, especially zoological species.

Juan likes to work with brushes that mimic the crayon and with a vivid color palette that refers to the 80's. His best artistic aspiration for the future is to illustrate a Best Seller.

Impossible Tower started with a Costa Rican engineer (Mauricio G.) and a Mexican Architect (Socorro F.) doodling floors of a cartoon tower once a week (on their own words, the real ones are too much work). Impossible Tower artistic unity started with the idea of a collaborative drawing exercise — slightly similar to the Exquisite Corpse — and ended up evolving into a fictional black and white world in which one-eyed creatures, monster cults, and regular citizens live together in harmony without being too freaked out by the insanity around them, extraterrestrial cereal propaganda included.

Impossible tower hopes that their project will get hem closer to the life-long dream of becoming full-time illustrators. In a meanwhile lets enjoy their first Crypto NFT drop in space!

One of the youngest artists on board is Carla Bruna. Originally from La Cruz, Chile, Carla is a 20 year old nursing student and illustrator who works under the pseudonym of Escudo de Papel. Escudo de Papel from Spanish translates as "The shield of paper". Those extractive characters, protagonists of her anime and kawai work, are surrounded by the technological signs of our modern world: laptops, mobile phones, motobikes and robots which place these images decisively in the 21st century.

Seemingly of the same age as Carla, these young females look thoughtful, sometimes sad, but self-secure. Carla is searching for the neat and flat color solutions for her drawings and make references to her favorite video games that influenced her much over the years.

Silustra is the creator of familiar spaces, but with a new vision, where there is a new logic, a new imaginary world, with reminiscences of our reality. Draftsman, engraver and painter graduated from the National Academy of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, Silustra creates meticulously detailed digital illustrations, as well as paints large-scale images, a bridge between illustration and mural painting.

Her art is built on geometric, organic figures, natural and artificial, those of solid colors which dialogue with the typography and graph. Her skill is so developed that she gained an enthusiastic following by editorials and commercial projects that crosses national boundaries. Silustra is always eager to support with her art vegan brands and cruelty free campaigns.

Fernanda Fierro is a Mexican illustrator and designer trained at the Faculty of Arts and Design at UNAM, Mexico City. Her work is characterized by the use of vibrant textures and radiant colors which give life to her multiple characters.

Constantly seeking to adapt her style to the diverse mediums and to capture the way she feels and sees the world, she aims to connect with a spectator in a deep level. Fernanda signs under the name "Muertísima" and is excited about the idea of becoming one day inspiration for young creators like her.

Nicolle Rockstroh is a Guatemalan graphic designer and illustrator living in Barcelona since 2017. She studied graphic design in Vienna and then moved to Barcelona to complete her Master's degree in Illustration and Motion Graphics.

She enjoys creating vectorial illustration as well as free-hand digital art. Her inspiration comes from nature, music and movies, which she then translates into unusual characters and surreal landscapes in bold and bright colors. She hopes to keep working as an illustrator and participating in projects concerning themes such as environmental awareness and social issues.

Rie Hagesawa more known as "Illust_M" is a designer and illustrator from Japan. In her homecountry she regularly participates in art and illustration shows, but not only there. She has held solo exhibitions in Hong Kong as well as brought her art to France and Spain: publishing books and participating in Exquisite Corpse more than once.

Illust_M enjoys working digitally and aims to achieve something fresh and edge, with a touch of elegant nostalgia.

A love of paint and found things lead Héctor V Nielsen's richly textural illustration. Héctor grew up in sunny Tenerife, Canary Islands and spent his adulthood travelling around the world and got trained in fine art and illustration in Mexico.

Back in Spain he kept improving his skills undertaking a degree in Valencia and his home town. Héctor loves animation, design and digital media and invites the spectator to visit his phsycedelic world and meet fantastic creatures from the realm of his imagination who communicate through irresistible colors and peculiar forms with wit and sense of humor.

Kat Hassell is an illustrator who works for a UK design studio and specialises in digital portraiture using Photoshop and Procreate. Ex-teacher, twin mama and maker of things, Kat strives for mystery in her art and rewards the audience with her fantastical creatures that draw you in.

As well as figurative illustration, Kat also paints and works with recycled mixed precious metals. Kat dreams of owning a tiny seafront art shop full of wonky ceramics and contemporary illustration, where she can create all day with a dog at her feet.

Cehache, known among friends as Daniel hails from the city of Bogotá, Colombia. As comfortable working on illustrations for printed media and advertising as well as photography and street art, after 6 years in local and international agencies, he focuses on his personal work. His illustrations catch the eye for the masterful use of color and the detailed and intricate exploration of the manmade world.

His pared back environments provide an elegant simplicity that delivers a concise narrative message. Daniel is eager to explore the world and so he does by travelling to the outer space within this Crypto Exquisite Corpse #01.

Marcela Ruiz, Tepetonga or Tepe was born in Mexico, where she worked for more than a decade in art direction in advertising until she changed her headquarters to Barcelona. There she undertook her postgraduate studies in Illustration at Elisava and spent 3 years at Escola Joso specializing in Illustration for children.

Tepe often alludes to her origins: skulls and Huichol aesthetics frequently find place in her absolutely charismatic illustrations. A master of composition, colour and line, Tepe sensitively carves shapes from vectors to create dynamic and alluring illustration. Besides arts, she is passionate about printing, art toys, photography, design, nature and certainly Exquisite Corpse!

An impeccable draughtswoman with a flair for combining luminous realism with confident brush and pencil marks, Eli Trotta is currently based in Dusseldorf. She obtained her degree in Arts in the University of Barcelona as well as in the European Institute of Design and her Master's in La Salle-Barcelona. She brings her passion for nature, sci-fi and video games in those digitally created fantastical landscapes that take your breath away.

With a substantial experience in design for companies and exhibitions, she is one of those creatives who stands behind "Opera. Passion, Power and Politics" show organized by La Caixa Forum and Victoria and Albert Museum. Eli is definitely one to watch.
Mirko Conte who works under under pseudonym "Mirco Tenko" is an illustrator based in Milan. From his young age he has passionately drawn to escape to his personal reality. He loves to represent his view of the world with strong colors on dark backgrounds.

The subjects that the artist explores mostly lay in the field of social relationships. He is especially interested in the representation of women's bodies in their power and greatness. Beyond the illustration Micro is also a musician, he has played the guitar for almost two decades.

Inspiring? Mesmerising? Intriguing? Unsettling? It is difficult to describe the digital illustration by RJurado. But one thing is for sure, it does not leave the spectator indifferent. Beautifully rendered in warm colors and smoke his illustrations make you wonder and want to see more. Graduated with a degree in Animation in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2010, the artist dedicated the last 13 years to the production of animated audiovisual material for media and advertising companies as well as to the art direction, character design and editorial illustration. RJurado is avidly interested in travelling, gastronomy, comic book culture and photography.

Inma Hortas is a Galician illustrator based in Madrid. She completed Technical Industrial Engineering before graduating in Graphic Design, a profession that she has been practicing for over ten years, both in-house and freelance. Her style is very graphic, vibrant and resounding, with voluptuous and fun shapes, and evocative concepts.

Always a storyteller with an affinity for whimsy, emotions, and a well-delivered moral, she is most fond of illustration as a means of expression. Her style is fresh, using flat colours with an eye-catching quality. Being an illustrator whose works make a difference in the world and touch the heart of the spectator is her whole life dream.

While getting trained in Illustration, Irene Garzie finds herself in the warm coast of Catalonia, producing work for a wide range of projects across publishing and mural painting. Irene's loose, expressive visual language is immediately recognisable. Spontaneous, energetic, vivid color strokes bring to life contemporary female characters which can be the portrait of its own of the artist.

In Irene's work she speaks about the chance and life and lets her emotions and thoughts find the creative release in a digital space. Irene says that the technological nature of her art presents to her as a window to the infinite possibilities, to the Mercury and farther.

Laura Armengol better known as Lur, was born, grew up and obtained her art Degree in Barcelona. She studied graphic design in EINA and years later a postgraduate Degree in Illustration in BAU Design College of Barcelona. Although the design is what opened the doors to the professional world, her passion lies in illustration, painting and comic that she tries to introduce it into all aspects of her life.

She began diving in fine-art by experimenting with oil paintings as well as pastels and acrylics. Finally Lur discovered the digital art which currently has become her main way of self-expression. She never left aside more traditional techniques though and expects to never ever stop drawing.

Elenagno graduated with a Graphic Design degree in Italy when the Masters in Art Direction brought her to Elisava, Barcelona. Her work focuses primarily on the human figure, creating an informal and alternative representation of the reality. The figures seem to move thanks to the astonishing undulating effect caused by the spontaneity of the line.

At the heart of her work there are colors which hold this fantastic power to convey and express ideas and emotions. Elenagno utterly enjoys to reveal her thoughts through drawing and to observe how people interpret her work and find themselves reflected there. With an extensive work experience in the fashion industry, Elenagno is also active in design and urban art.

Ignacio Valicenti is an Argentine visual artist born in Buenos Aires in 1980. He began his academic training in fine-arts and graphic design and then dabbled in graffiti. Highly polished, detailed images with a vintage twist, his illustrations tend to explore motifs that refer to the aesthetics of the beginning of the 20th century as well comics, sci-fi and B movies. Ignacio is an avowed admirer of the illustrators of the German magazine "Simplicissimus", and of the Kaijus of Japanese tokusatsu with all of the heroic symbolism that this implied.

His work draws on a dazzling blend of popular iconography, elements of botany and Mannerist human figures. Ignacio is currently exploring metal engraving and screen printing.

Born in Girona, Joan León studied Architecture in Barcelona where he discovered his passion for sketchbook drawing. Outdoor and travel illustrator, his interest is to catch the magic of the world in his notebooks, some of which have already been published (latest "Illustrating South America"). Joan's work is lively, engaging and deeply painterly. In his sketchbooks there are watercolors, colored pencils, gouache and inks.

In his digital work his bold compositions are formed by an exciting mix of geometry and colour. Currently Joan León combines illustration with teaching. We are delighted that Joan León joined us on Mercury voyage with his amazing skillset and fresh perspective.

Juan Castaño defines himself as a teacher by profession and a cartoonist by vocation. Born in Cartagena in 1976, he draws since very early years, although it is in recent times when he dived entirely into illustration. In his work the unique and selected thin shapes and contrasting colors are rooted in deep interest in the Japanese illustration. He seeks a constant exploration of color and form, combinations of both to express or make the viewer feel.

Currently straddling different forms of creative media including book cover design, merchandising, doing business comissions and colabs with other artists, Juan is the ultimate visual problem solver. Juan edited an illustrated book dedicated to the tattoo world and is preparing a second volume, this time an illustrated story about the sea, a fairly common reference in his work.

Clarafosca is a versatile artist from Barcelona often found travelling and living all over the world. Her professional career has taken her to different fields of the visual arts ranging from the textile fashion industry to tattooing, inviting to experiment with watercolors, spray, graffiti, acrylic, and digital art. Clarafosca is a creative mind who is inspired by the human nature, social interactions and the natural world.

She focuses on painting feminine aesthetic forms complemented by vibrant transcendent fusion of natural forms. Her work is a joyous exploration of colour and shapes combined with a keen eye for detail which shines light to her surreal female characters.

Revelling in shape, texture and sense of humour, Jordi Gandul manifests in his stunning work that art should never be boring. He has been around crafting a large-scale art since he was 13. At 18 Jordi discovered his passion for the graphic design and digital illustration, both worlds he is continuing to explore with delight.

Working as a freelance mostly on commissioned logos, illustrations and producing art prints, he seeks to develop elegantly engaging visuals influenced by typography, urban art, skate, music, food and good beer. Jordi Gandul is based in Tarragona, Catalonia and its influence shows in his warm and vibrant use of colour, describing the Mediterranean climate of his homeland so well.

Scotland-based artist, Julia Arch or "Rejuless" is a versatile designer and illustrator, working primarily in the fields of branding, advertising and editorial illustration. With a professional background rooted in design and management, she recently pivoted from the corporate environment towards more creatively enriching endeavours, with illustration being one of her early passions. She loves creating artworks that are concept-driven and have an emotional impact, either inspired by nature, everyday food and random people. Her personal projects are either surreal atmospheric imagery or portraits or both.

Her portraits are often described as dreamy and intense with distinctive facial features. When she is not scribbling on her iPad or crafting logos, she is either exploring and photographing random plants in the botanic garden or dabbling in the kitchen sector trying out cake recipes.

Flavia Gargiulo was born in Madrid in 1983. Her family changed the capital for a quieter place and moved to Mallorca, when she was 7. The light of Mediterranean sea, a childhood in the countryside and walking through one of the most beautiful Gothic cities in the world all the way to her workshop, Flavia says, became powerful memories and main sources of inspiration. Perspective, history and costumbrism come together in her highly polished, detailed illustrations. Flavia finds herself curious about the most different topics: from regenerative agriculture and Mexican muralism to Northern European Renaissance and the mysteries of infographic design.

Flavia loves to solve challenges: during ten years of a professional career she has provided illustration work for a staggering variety of projects, including children's illustration, comic, advertising, posters, art direction and Exquisite Corpses creation. And more is about to come, once we reach Mercury.

The Venezuelan Andes native, Ricardo Useche works under pseudonym "RicardU" and currently resides in Barcelona. Since he was a child he used to carry his backpack with a notebook, pencils and a set of watercolors, fascinated by his surroundings. These days he often uses his illustrations to describe his feelings, dreams and concerns.

RicardU is inspired by pop culture, cinema and classic graphic novels and on his charming art gives the audience the benefit of the doubt using an almost childlike style that seeks to appeal to the viewer's conscience. His colors evoke states of mind, smells and personal memories as well as experiences of others. His work includes illustrations, postcards, posters, children's books, collaborations with publishers and Digital and CryptoExquisite Corpses.

Risotoo is a French graphic designer who works in visual communication and does illustrations alongside. Growing up in the 90s, video games and movies of this time and all things related to Japan became a great source of his inspiration. Risotoo aims to represent seducing and expressive female characters which seem to possibly live both on Earth or in outer space. They watch you with grace and elegance and you are impossibly left indifferent.

Risotoo works in a very graphic and stylized way with a deliberately reduced color palette, almost like a screen printing. Risotoo's beautiful muses are brought to life not only on a digital illustration, but on wood and on Crypto Corpse #01.

Malakkai's first contact with graffiti was in late 1999 and he instantly fell in love with it. Over the years he begins to travel and see that he has friends over the half of the planet Earth. This only makes him even more passionate about the urban art. You can find his murals and painted walls in multiple places: from Vidreres to Nian Xian, passing through Ciudad Juárez, Djerba, Düsseldorf, Almería and Naples.

It is thanks to this experience with street art that he decided to dedicate himself professionally to the illustration and muralism. Lover of desaturated colors, Malakkai creates vivid expressive characters with irony and a touch of melancholy. Today he brings one of them as far as to Mercury!

Born in Bogotá, Colombia, Creto moved to Madrid several years ago, where he creates his stunning art and invites for the reflexion about various social issues while building his bold visual vocabulary. Migration, gender equality, the indiscriminate exploitation of the land, the massive Latin American protests in favor of the equality of human rights, these and other topics have been an important part of his creative process.

Creto is a graffiti writer and an aspiring mural artist excited by the prospect of being able to paint his designs on a large scale. Creto's work mixes intense colorful geometric shapes with human, animal and plant figures, showing graphic influences from design as well as from the art of the indigenous and African cultures.

Right before graduating as an Industrial designer and a Product developer in Barcelona, Jordi Barenys Haya leaves his studies and immediately enrolls in a professional training at Massana art school. He understood that drawing it is what he has always wanted to do. Moving straight into commercial illustration the commissioning world embraced him with high profile jobs and an award for the best illustrated book in a paper format ("Newton and his moves").

His fantastical and detailed illustrations, a burst of colour and energy, packed with psychedelic dream-like environments and a sprinkle of ingenuity, now become a part of the story of Crypto Exquisite Corpse.

Niharika Kapil originally hails from India where she received her degrees in Art and Design. Her visual language reflects a love of movement and form, depicted by varying line quality and application of colour. Niharika enjoys building poetic touching stories that help us better understand who we are. An ardent admirer of nature and the mundane, she often finds inspiration hidden in what surrounds us every day.

Her art stems from her experiences of the world and explorations of oneself. Often, it is a translation of her late-night thoughts. Niharika adores creating bright, delicate designs with generous helpings of narrative, like this one, done for the Crypto Corpse #01. Do not miss this tender inspiring token!

Cinta Villalobos was born in Santander and studied Fine Arts at the University of Salamanca. She has always had a particular interest in books, even better if they were illustrated and filled with comics. Cinta vehemently longed to build a career in editorial environment, and so she did. She obtained her postgraduate training in Editorial Graphic Design at Elisava and in Creative Illustration at Eina (both in Barcelona) and got published multiple children's books, both in Spain and abroad.

Although most of the time she has collaborated with other authors, she has also published a book where she was the full author. Congratulations, Cinta! And congratulations with your tender, quirky and inherently expressive art!

South Korea native, Pacomang is an illustrator and music animator graduated from Kyung Hee University of Arts in his home country. Aged 31, he creates the expressive art that comes from deep understanding and feeling of music, accurate study of the line which the artist enjoys playing with turning a rough and complex stroke into a beautiful color, and continuous search for people's strengths that Pacomang aims to absorb.

His main references in terms of style are Katsuhiro Otomo (AKIRA) and Miura Kentaro (Berserk). When it comes to color, the artist enjoys Beeple and Mad Dog Jones. Pacomang is interested in the dark future, approaching it with a sense of irony and wonder.

Anna Dart is one of our most unusual artists, and not surprisingly her work is quite striking. She got known in the traditional art world for the magnetic portraits with a passionate call for better universal human connection. She undertook her studies in drama and choreography in the city of Barcelona and studied art by visiting multiple museums travelling around the world. Anna promotes ecological and social sustainability as well as mental health and recently got involved in charity art project in the city of Zürich.

When it comes to her recent digital works she manipulates her watercolour and acrylic images using advanced digital techniques. In her own words, when it comes to the social or artistic contribution, Anna brings a deep sense of purpose, her light and sense of excellence.

The artist of poetry and movement, Alexandra Ciocan is credited with the rigour, precision and control of her work and just as adept with line & colour portraits and tactile, print-influenced pieces as she is with children's work and engaging graphics. Her body of work explores a range of topics drawn from nature & fantasy and from what being a human being encompasses.

With a knack for storytelling portraiture and whimsical illustrations, her visual universe is full of texture, contrasts and empathy. Alexandra's work is spread around USA, France and Romania where she comes from.

Mireia Llamas accomplished her degree in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona and developed a specific interest for the traditional techniques such as collage and photomontage. Her expressive skills in graphic and web design brought her to an advertising world, nonetheless the greatest passion of Mireia lays in illustration.

Llamas favours a playful, unconventional and charming approach towards her personal projects working with a wide range of subjects portraying mostly female figures as well as cats. 'Llamas' means 'flames' in Spanish. Let yourself enjoy the heat of this colorful token!

Born in Santiago de Chile, in 1987, WooMoo's affinity for nature is unquestionable in her portrayal of people, plants and animals in a wide variety of sometimes futuristic environments. Working primarily in Procreate and Adobe Draw, she focuses on crafting a diverse range of characters and unique stories. During her time at the Metropolitan Technological University, she developed a line-focused, graphic style.

She gets much inspiration from her Japanese pop culture, kawaii, zoomorphic characters, and robots. Apart from bringing vibrant colors on a digital screen in rainy days while listening to good music, WooMoo loves white chocolate, coca cola and scons. We have got all these things in tubes on board!

Alexis Damia is 24 years old and hails from Argentina where he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of Buenos Aires University (FADU). He is a cartoonist, illustrator and graphic designer. Describing himself he likes to bring it in this order. He mixes analog and digital techniques seeking in most of his works for the human representation to be the center of it all.

Alexis has cultivated a deep-rooted fascination for Surrealism and Rhetoric. With an excellent level of craftsmanship and his addiction to the detail, his work has found a home at multiple freelance projects in the country and abroad.

Tainan City native, Pixel Hao is one of our youngest crew members and a passionate Pixel Art student. Pixel Hao is 22 years of age dreaming about the possible future in which the virtual and physical reality gradually dissolves one in another, and when the body dies, the human consciousness remains in the virtual space forever. His great references in art are Taiwanese pixel illustrator Pixel jeff as well as Australian animator Paul Robertson.

Pixel Hao enjoys using a rich blue color in his personal work and seeks for bringing the best of pixel retro style blended with a modern animation perfection. Pixel Hao always tries to push his art as far as it can go. Today it has reached Mercury!

Cristina Buonanno is an illustrator from Milan, currently living in the UK. Her personal art-project "Timbro Clone" is a way to explore her creativity through the infinite tools of digital illustration. With a professional background in Graphic Design, her research is focused on shaping the everyday world into simple visual principles. She enjoys drawing playful characters and colourful scenery inspired by nature and science.

Her dream is to work on educational and cultural projects with the aim of better understanding of the world in which we live. Cristina's style is bold and colourful, very graphic and mostly minimalistic. Catch this brilliant cosmic flower, make it yours!

Coming from graphic design and street art, Sebz builds his images from two seemingly contradictory worlds: how polished images can be in the realm of design and how dense and chaotic images can be in street graphics. His voice at the beginning of his career as an illustrator focused on indigenous cosmogony, tribal art and art based on ancestral cultures, exploring and trying to understand his territory, his environment and his Colombian roots.

Currently his work is evolving towards pictorial palettes and the representation of everyday situations with surreal elements.

Fabrizio Ferraro is a creative mind from Rome, Italy, who received his Master's degree in Architecture and eventually chose to follow his life passion for drawing, though never dropping interest in the subject of his studies. His artistic interest and passion mostly lies in combining unexpected and unlike elements to create something unique, coherent and surprising.

By doing so he draws inspiration from topics that have fascinated him since childhood and built his sense of aesthetics, such as nature and universe, ancient civilizations and mysticism, as well as references to fantasy, Japanese and videogame culture.

With minimal, expressive and vigorous strokes combined with touches of outrageous colours of a color blind illustrator, Jaume Osman Granda can narrate and make people smile. Coming from warm-hearted Catalonia, he is obsessed with applying a humorous and ironic twist to information-graphics and it is this combination that makes him a popular choice with art directors of across all design disciplines.

Juicy geometry of the letters and playful pictorial illustration, while working on them he enjoys recurrent themes of the figure in the music, existence and human society humour.
Roger Haus is an award winning animator and illustrator who obtained his degrees in Llotja Arts Academy and Superior School of Design and Fashion IDEP, both in Barcelona, Spain. He is currently enjoying an increasingly diverse client list with commissions from New York, Switzerland and Spain. His work draws on a dazzling blend of technology and surrealism, new and old, hand drawing and vector.

Today he takes the Surrealists and the most world's gifted emerging digital illustrators together with him to space. Mr. Haus is the one, the outrageous captain of Exquisite Workers, and we love your heritage, Roger, your inceptions and outcomes.
La Purrias's work is instantly recognisable for her simple yet subtle style and razor-sharp humour. La Purrias is interested in aesthetics outside the norm as well as the mysterious situations shown through pink lenses. Glamorous characters, fashionable objects, provocative gazes, La Purrias specialises in making initially innocent images which convey charm, dark and paradox.

La Purrias tackles drawing techniques both traditional and digital and the latter becomes the stage in which she explores the 2D animation. A graduate at Audiovisual Communication in the University of Madrid, La Purrias combines illustration with making short films and unites both passions by entering the world of stop motion animation.

Pavel Valseca is a Mexican illustrator who has largely worked in Advertising, Cinematography and Video games industry creating the design of characters and environment. Having explored various subjects on his way, he has a real soft spot for the science fiction, terror and fantasy that gracefully implement the human figure and nature mixed with technology and supernatural. Pavel has always loved to express himself through drawing. Learning and improving his skills govern much of the beauty of his work.

It is with this sharp eye for details and great sense of color that Pavel tackles the final illustration and chooses the color scheme for the Crypto Exquisite Corpse #01. Thank you, Pavel!

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