I recently decorated my office, and of course went with a Bitcoin theme. I found some cool stuff eventually, but a big problem was that in order to buy bitcoin art I liked, I had to sort through a lot of garbage to find it.
Frankly, most of the “bitcoin art” available was actually just copy/paste images from Google search that were pasted on white label products like t-shirts and mugs. It was something I could do myself and automatically order from one of those print anything online shops. It was stuff like the bitcoin logo, stale memes, or even worse – crypto art – incorporating non-bitcoin cryptocurrencies.
So from that point, and still now, I kept a running list of actually good bitcoin art that I found online. Below, you’ll find a mix of independent shops, independent creators, and large shops with a selection of bitcoin art I thought was unique. Some art is your typical canvas print type of stuff, which is what I was looking for to decorate my office, but I’m including anything hand-crafted by bitcoin creators as well.
Places To Buy Bitcoin Art
Bitcoin Art Shops
These are independent artists with shops that are actually selling art. Some have products in stock, and some do auctions from time to time.
- MattHabel (fine art)
- Bitcoin Cartoons (art on t-shirts)
- Crypto Cloaks (3d-printed goods)
- Adam Kadmon (wood sculptures)
- Bitcoin Tattoos (apparel & accessories)
- Lucho Poletti (posters & NFTs)
- Gareth Eckley (wood, metal, & gemstones)
- Lena’s Art (sneaker art)
- Proof of Paint (fine art)
- Crypto Graffiti (mixed media, fine art)
- Hodlr.Rocks (laser cut art)
- Satoshi Gallery (street art & posters)
- Kenneth B Moon (fine art & NFTs)
- WoodPix (wood pixel art)
- MVDEX (fine art, mixed media)
- Have Fun Staying Pour (drinkable art AKA whiskey)
- Cypherpunk Now (handmade screen prints)
- 21HODL (art prints)
- Physical Bitcoin Art (functional CNC wood cuts)
Bitcoin Art From Big Shops
These are the big shops I hate to shop from, but they have some decent stuff from time to time. Not really my taste, but they may have some stuff you like. I’ve linked to their bitcoin listings. If you’re a no-coiner buying art for a bitcoiner, you may want to check out these gifts bitcoiners will actually like.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can You Buy NFT Art With Bitcoin?
Yes, you can buy NFT art with bitcoin. There are many different versions of NFT art published on the bitcoin blockchain that can be purchased with bitcoin, including Rare Pepes (Counterparty) and Ordinal NFTs (Inscriptions).
Why Do People Buy Crypto Art?
There are two main types of crypto art, and the reason to buy either of them varies. People buy physical crypto art because they have a favorite coin or meme and want to represent their enjoyment of their hobby in a physical way. On the other hand, people buy natively digital crypto art to support their favorite artists or to speculate on the price of art.
How Can I Sell Bitcoin Art?
You can sell physical bitcoin art on any number of “art platforms” such as Red Bubble, Etsy, and others. To sell NFT art on bitcoin requires more technical skill, but you can list your NFT art on ordinalswallet.com.
Why Is Crypto Art So Expensive?
Physical crypto art is generally very cheap if you buy prints, but original pieces can cost upwards of thousands of dollars. This is similar to art of any subject matter, and not unique to crypto. Digital crypto art is extremely expensive because there is a lot of price speculation in the NFT art market.
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