Ep. 14 – Designing Generative NFT Art with Jeremy Booth
This week's episode features Jeremy Booth, Product Illustrator for Coinbase and founder of Bushidos NFT
On this week’s episode, Ben and Joshua are back in the studio with Jeremy Booth, a local illustrator in Louisville, to discuss the ins and outs of generative NFT art that exists in the metaverse, his new NFT project called Bushidos, and his creative journey from freelance to working at full-time as a product illustrator at Coinbase.
Jeremy is a creative illustrator whose work focuses on product, commercial, editorial, and mural illustrations. His philosophy is to create bold illustrations that communicate well and are hard to forget. He has worked with brands such as Amazon, Slack, Warby Parker, Orange, ADP, Charles Schwab, CNES, Invision, and many more. And now he works full-time as a product illustrator for Coinbase, the largest crypto exchange in the world.
Most recently, Jeremy has been designing a new generative NFT art project called Bushidos. It is an 8,888 NFT samurai that defends the Ethereum blockchain from centralization and FUD. Jeremy and his team have been an active community and he shares his learnings from building his own collection and NFT community.
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