Leo Villarreal abandons space-inspired generative art NFT

A picture depicting Leo Villareals "Cosmic" NFTs with an orange and blue colorway and different lines and star-like dots cutting across each other at random intersections.

Prolific lighting artist Leo Villareal has unveiled his next NFT collection called Cosmic Bloom on NFT Outland. The NFT Fine Art Collection uses a special living code to create stellar organic space photos. Awe-inspiring digital images combine biological structures and atomic patterns to create the same feeling we get when we look at the stars and the infinite universe. Find out more about this great project below!

What is the Cosmic Bloom project?

Cosmic Bloom is part of Leo Villareal’s “Cosmologies” NFT series. This is a continuation of his previous NFT project “Cosmic Reef”, which was launched in January 2022. In addition, this is Villareal’s debut NFT collection with Outland, the leading digital art platform that leads innovation at the intersection of art and technology. Cosmic Bloom also embodies the artist’s signature style, using computer coding to create complex, non-repeating visual sequences in his light sculptures. Each piece of his next collection is unique and also combines sacred geometry with layered shapes and forms. In addition, zooming in and out of the intricate illustrations provides different levels and perspectives of the patterns in continuous motion.

These artworks will be brought to life with javascript code and hosted on IPFS (Interplanetary File System). In addition, Villareal will curate and select the latest coins from the generative output to complete the project. Leo Villarreal commented in a press release: “I have been working with code for twenty years. All my work is based on code, but then connected to light. In a sense, creating purely digital works gives freedom. I feel like I’ve just scratched the surface of what you can do with generative code in the browser.” Leo Villareal’s Cosmic Bloom artwork will be available exclusively in Outland starting in December!

About Leo Villarreal

Leo Villareal uses sculpture, LED lighting and software to create consistent lighting art. His art has been exhibited in galleries and public spaces around the world. In 2016, Villareal completed the Illuminated River project in London. Unveiled 2019-2021, this long-term public artwork illuminates nine bridges across the Thames. The artist is also responsible for the famous 2.8-mile-long installation “The Bay Lights” of 25,000 LED lights on the San Francisco Bay Bridge.


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