Jon Noorlander’s unique and diverse body of work in the digital art space touches on everything from exploding heads to the fall of fiat currency. He’s a celebrated artist with work available on NiftyGateway, SuperRare, MakersPlace and Foundation.
A master of motion graphics, all of Jon Noorlander’s work has moving elements. To fully appreciate this artist’s work you’ll need to click through the images and view these works on the exchanges where they are showcased.
I am not fucking selling it.
The most important thing about I am not fucking selling is when it was created and by whom. Minted on Feb 26th, 2021, at the very end of an exceptionally bloody week for the entire cryptocurrency market, this piece emotes. A relentless hodler’s unwavering mantra written in blood, forever on the Ethereum blockchain. Well, maybe not blood, but it may as well be.
FIAT vs Bitcoin: Rolling
FIAT vs Bitcoin has three parts on NiftyGateway: Rolling, Burning, and Bursting. You can also see 9 more additions to the FIAT vs Bitcoin series on SuperRare that were minted shortly after the ones on NiftyGateway. FIAT vs Bitcoin: Rolling is an edition of 10 released December 3rd. Being an edition of 10, it might be easiest to acquire one of these tokens than any of the others in the FIAT vs Bitcoin series.
Minted on August 4th, 2020, Dancing Pants is Jon Noorlander’s first token on SuperRare, making it a coveted one for digital art collectors to acquire. It also appears to be the first in it’s own series, as the description notes that it’s a #1, so it’s likely that we’ll see more of these in the future, further increasing this particular token’s value.
Fiat vs Bitcoin: Stimulus
With Fiat vs Bitcoin: Stimulus, we get the sense that Jon Noorlander prefers hard money. This is the first token in the entire Fiat vs Bitcoin series where we see US dollars burning. While Fiat vs Bitcoin: Burning has an element of fire applied to it, it’s actually the physical Bitcoin that is burning in that token. Interestingly enough, the price of Bitcoin quickly moved from around $30k to near $60k in the preceding month after this token was minted, so it’s at the very least a prophetic work of art.
Nature Move #1, minted on August 7th, 2020, has a couple different angles that digital art collectors may be interested in. Firstly, it’s the first in a proven series which currently has four 1/1 editions. Secondly, it’s the second token that Jon Noorlander minted on SuperRare. Each token in the Nature Move series shows off Jon Noorlander’s skill as a world class animator by featuring a figure seriously jamming out in it’s natural environment.