Atlanta-based 3D artist, animator, and world builder. Andre has produced work in collaboration with Adult Swim, The Grammys, The Oscars, John Legend, and many more. In everything he does, Andre prefers to dream of what’s possible instead of focusing on what’s impossible.
“Storytelling is very important in art, and I like to let others create that story.”
Since then, Andre’s NFTs have caught the attention of avid collectors and he has collaborated with brands and institutions in the entertainment industry to help them launch NFT collections. One such collaboration was with Netflix to create NFTs for the docuseries “This Is A Robbery”. Andre’s piece, “Three Ghosts”, is a reimagining of “Three Mounted Jockeys” by Edgar Degas. The animation features three rotating horses and their jockeys in an ominous red and green color palette enhanced with neon lights and puffs of smoke.
Andre has also created NFTs fo the Academy Awards and the Grammys. For the Academy Awards, he created an NFT in celebration of late actor Chadwick Boseman. The piece features a young Black boy exploring a futuristic world, which is representative of Black children around the world that Boseman had inspired with his work. For the Grammys, Andre created pieces commenting on the future of music and the ways that technology will shape that future.
It’s no surprise that Andre’s work continues to captivate both existing web3 communities and newer web3 audiences, as his emphasis on storytelling within his work immediately captures your attention. This is just the beginning of the stories Andre Oshea plans to tell.
With ‘Index Grids,’ Andre Oshea explores the symbiotic, sometimes uneasy, and ultimately inextricably-linked relationship between the artwork, the artist, and the art market, a complex relationship that is only amplified by Web3 and its blockchain particularities. Each of the 113 tokens in ‘Index Grids’ will evolve between four phases each time the token is transferred to a new owner. With this gesture, Oshea explores the potential of how the market affects artists’ output.Show collection