As a ten year old, Sgt. Slaughtermelon liked Wolverine and Boba Fett – not necessarily in that order – and wanted to become a cartoonist.
Today, he is a pseudonymous psychedelic artist and an amazing human being who thinks Danny DeVito would make a much better Wolverine (food for thought for all of us).
We had an amazing time chatting about how a neighbor helped him in his art career, the one thing in common between the NFT space and the X-Men universe, and why his parents steered him towards a career in graphics and not fine arts – spoiler alert: He thinks they were right –.
We also discussed the early days of abstract art, his career struggles during the 2008 crash, his beginnings in media production, and his brilliant Art Blocks project.
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Key Points Discussed
10-year old Sgt. Slaughtermelon’s favorite things (02:08)
Putting an importance of education (12:48)
From media production to NFTs (17:07)
Why holistic education matters (27:28)
Sgt. Slaughtermelon on his art style (30:13)
The art blocks project (36:42)
Collectibles vs. art (43:38)
How to get into NFTs (54:48)
Sgt. Slaughtermelon’s anonymity (01:04:33)
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