Artist Profile: Angie Taylor

Angie Taylor is a skilled and experienced sculptor-turned-digital-artist whose work has a defiant punk vibe mixed with a sprinkle of pop and heaping scoop of cool. She has some early NFT examples of what is possible with 3d models in terms of interaction, and even some live scenes using those models.

Most of the artwork we’re covering in this article has motion elements, and some of it you can even interact with (check out Metal Mermaid!) To fully appreciate Angie Taylor’s creations you’ll need to click through the images to view them on her SuperRare profile.

You what? You what?

Tribal-punk figure animated to demonstrate the frustration of the millennial age. Feelings of anger make us want to protest but the lack of solidarity and energy forces us to retreat. Creating a contant loop of despair.

Minted on May 28th, 2020, You what? You what? is Angie Taylor’s first NFT on SuperRare. Her first token accurately captures her style very well, and for digital art collectors looking to acquire an Angie Taylor piece, this is a good one to pay attention to given that it’s her first.

Metal Mermaid

Animated VR metal sculpture of a Mermaid. Created in Gravity Sketch, textured, lit and animated in Cinema 4D and Blender. Watch you don’t cut your hands on this one! She is angry at the world and will likely bite your hand off if you’re not careful.

Metal Mermaid was minted on August 19th, 2020. You can interact with this 3d model by clicking and moving your mouse around. Metal Mermaid is an interesting opportunity for digital art collectors because while many NFTs have motion elements and sound, there are few that you can interact with at this level, also check out The Day The World Turned Dayglo. We also see this model used in Song of the Siren.

Song of the Siren

Inspired by Tim Buckley’s “Song to the Siren”. Mermaids were often thought of as being benevolent, whimsical creatures. But legend has it that they lured sailors to their deaths with haunting songs and unrequited love. This mermaid is full of attitude that is both powerful and intriguing.

Song of the Siren was minted August 17th, 2020 and featured a seriously bad ass mermaid using the same 3d model from Metal Mermaid.


A tribute to all the artists in the cryptofamily who have influenced me and my work. You know who you are! Punk rock sculpture meets cryptoart influences head on. Look and you will find your influence hidden deeply.

CryPtoFaMily was minted on September 30th, 2020 and presents a unique opportunity for digital art collectors looking to acquire an Angie Taylor piece as it’s the only one that explicitly calls out crypto, and it seems to represent a moment in the artist’s life.

Follow Angie Taylor on Twitter, and watch her SuperRare profile to keep up with her latest artwork.