CryptoArt Sundays: Interview with Burak Şentürk

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Welcome to CryptoArt Sundays NFT art lovers! Today I am excited to introduce you to an incredible new illustrator I recently discovered – Burak Senturk. His illustrations are absolutely insane, filled with detail, color and depth. It is an honour to have such incredible artists join the NFT space.

Burak was born in Istanbul and after completing his studies in Graphics Arts, he started his professional career drawing and writing caricatures for humour magazines managed by a world-famous master illustrator.

Burak has worked with some of the biggest brand names, such as Apple Music, Spotify, Warner Music, Red Bull, Nike, and more.

Now let’s dive in and see what he has to say about NFTs!

How did you find out about the NFT space, and what attracted you to create your own NFTs?

I had heard some news about NFTs from the internet and my friends. In the real world, I had already delivered my works to a certain audience. This new field and a new community has brought back the excitement in my professional life.

How often do you create?

A year ago I was able to produce 1-2 NFTs per week. Because I also had ready-made works. But in the last period, I can say 1 or 2 a month.

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What is your creative process?

It varies a lot. I used to draw sketches on paper and finalize them on the computer. But lately, I have been working directly with iPadPro.

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Are there any CryptoArtists you would love to collaborate with?

There are names that I like a lot, and we have collaborated with some of them. I won’t name names right now, there may be some I forgot 🙂

What do you think the future of CryptoArt will look like?

I think it’s at a very early stage right now. It was a very positive space at first, now it’s gotten a little wilder. I liken it to the Gold Rush era of the 1800s. I’m excited to follow the progress. Let’s see what is going to happen.

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What are you currently working on?

I’m currently thinking about the idea of creating a series by hand drawing. I can’t give details as it is not clear yet.

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Where can collectors find your work?

They can go to my linktree for more information.

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