CryptoArt Sundays: Interview with Burak Şentürk

Burak has become chairperson of the İstanbul Blockchain Week. He’s also part of a project called CryptoArt and is working on building an international art platform for blockchain-based digital artwork, where artists can sell their work with crypto rewards to buyers worldwide.

NFT art fans, welcome to CryptoArt Sundays! Today, I’m thrilled to introduce you to Burak Senturk, a great new artist I just found. His pictures are insanely detailed, colorful, and rich in depth. It’s an honor to welcome such amazing artists to the NFT space.

Burak was born in Istanbul and began his professional career painting and writing caricatures for comedy publications run by a world-famous master artist after finishing his education in Graphics Arts.

Burak has collaborated with a number of well-known brands, including Apple Music, Spotify, Warner Music, Red Bull, Nike, and others.

Let’s have a look at what he has to say about NFTs now!

What drew you to construct your own NFTs and how did you learn about the NFT space?

I’d heard of NFTs through the internet and several of my friends. I had previously presented my work to a certain audience in the real world. This new field, as well as a new community, has reignited my professional enthusiasm.

How frequently do you make something?

I was able to manufacture 1-2 NFTs every week a year ago. I had ready-made things as well. But in the previous several months, I’d guess one or two every month.

How do you go about coming up with ideas?

It varies greatly. I used to sketch out ideas on paper and then finish them on the computer. However, I’ve recently begun working with iPadPro directly.


Do you have any CryptoArtists with whom you’d want to collaborate?

There are a few names that I really like, and we’ve worked with a few of them. I’m not going to mention names right now since I could have forgotten some.

What do you believe CryptoArt’s future will be like?

I believe it is still in its early stages. It started off as a pretty pleasant environment, but it’s now become a bit more chaotic. It reminds me of the 1800s Gold Rush period. I’m looking forward to seeing how things develop. Let’s wait and see what happens.


What are you working on right now?

I’m presently debating whether or not to make a series out of hand drawings. I can’t get into specifics since the situation is still unclear.


What are the locations where collectors may locate your work?

For further information, they may visit my linktree.



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