Juliano Romão

Juliano Romão is an undergraduate student pursuing a B.S. in Mathematics at the University of São Paulo, Brazil. Throughout his degree, he has developed problem solving skills through the application of computer programming and algorithms. By the end of 2020, Juliano realized that he could contrast the order and logic of Mathematics with the chaotic nature of human creativity to create art, which began his exploration in the field.

Fascinated by the possibility of creating art from the logical sequences of computer programs, he experimented with a variety of different code structures, adding in pinches of creativity and mathematics at every turn. Initially, his inspiration led him to pursue dynamical and chaotic systems, which are grounded in random objects and variables. This leads to mesmerizing pieces of artwork. With time, however, Juliano’s focus shifted towards order, as most things do, and through the use of repeating loops and symmetric objects, he created admirable works of art that stem from the deterministic nature of computers.

Resulting from this exploration is a deep truth: Mathematics and beauty are present in both order and disorder; and this wisdom is the foundation of Juliano’s purpose to achieve that which can be truly perceived as beauty, as he walks the fine line between structure and chaos.

Thirty Pulsing Squares

The artist writes: “I find this artwork simple but also mesmerizing. It consists of a group of thirty centered squares as the name suggests. Aside from making each one pulse in a cyclic pattern they also decrease and increase in side length looping back to it’s original size. During this creation I noticed that something happens when the squares begins to intersect each other, and this is because of the pulsing effect, that is basically the stroke weight of each square changing over frames, passed by trigonometric functions”.


Bessonov Flejtskraft

At BullishArt we love presenting you new great artists and today we do by introudcing you Dmitry Bessonov, artist, living and working in Volgograd, Russia.
He is engaged in creativity after participating in the project of Mikhail Shemyakin “Hand in Art”.

In the words of the artist” “Shemyakin’s hand showed me my path, and I follow it”.

Sparrows on meat
Walking past the local market in the morning, I constantly noticed the same plot – flocks of sparrows flew into the meat rows and eagerly tore pieces of meat. It looked especially impressive in winter. So I came up with the idea for the painting. The composition is a tribute to the great Dutch artists who created “meat still lifes”.
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Zipa Zoro

Zipa Zoro (Kouassi Konan Urbain) was born on January 16, 1991 in Abidjan, in the town of Bingerville, from a family of carpenters.

His passion for art began when he was only a child. After the separation of his parents, life became very hard for him and the street turned into his second home, hosting and shaping him. After completing the 4th year of high school he decided to embark on an artistic career by passing the INSAC competition. However, he received a negative result and discouraged he returned to high school to finish his accounting studies.

He then started to develop his own fashion style, styling his clothes with tags and graffiti design supported by his team, especially when organizing parades. Following his high school diploma in accounting he decided to do the CTAA competition, successfully obtaining the training. In 2013, he finally embarked into an artistic career starting tagging and doing graffiti (ZIPA) in the streets of Abidjan.

From 2014 to 2016, he did two apprenticeships with Mr. Alain Zirignond and Mr. Djiré Mahé, two painters coming from the Ivory Coast.

In 2015, he performed graffiti on the wall of a modern college in Bingerville together with the painters Aboudia and Yeanzi. This whole experience allowed him to keep developing his own style, based on the use of ecological materials.

He works with sands and recycled ecological materials such as cardboard, newspapers, papers, and natural pigments, as well as bags of cocoa or cretonne.

In 2015, he launched his successful line of clothes and accessories using recycled burlap to create backpacks, shoes, hats among other accessories. His love for African food, rap and tropical music inspires his art.

Zipa Zoro is minting NFTs with BullishArt, the NFTs are available on our Marketplaces.


Alberto Rossi

Alberto is a multidisciplinary designer focused on motion design.

He studied motion graphic design at the FX-Animation school in Barcelona and worked as a digital and motion designer in the advertising industry.

His inspiration comes from the Cyberpunk culture contaminated by surrealism and abstracts influences. He mixes different techniques from 3D and 2D to create hypnotizing and mesmerizing animations.

First NFT by Alberto Rossi is Infinite Lightshade


R. p. Callahan

R.p. Callahan is a traditional and digital artist based out of the USA and currently living in the beautiful state of NM. Self-taught in illustration and painting he has won many art awards throughout school and has done commissions for Craig Alanson Ex Force series, 3D models for James Altucher, and many books and album covers. He has done murals for US Air Force as well and won first place in International FB Art competitions.

His inspiration comes from years of reading sci fi and his current fascination with 3D modeling and design. All of his models are actual 3D objects that can be manipulated and inserted in any 3D scene. Many of the space ships have been turned into printable 3D models as well for the fans of Ex Force.

Art and music have been instrumental in his life since childhood and he still loves both more than ever after many decades of self-improvement and has created over 1000 pieces of digital art in the past 10 yrs. Painting and illustration were his primary artistic mediums until the year 2000 when he decided to learn digital art and animation. In the past few years, he has sold more and more and is steadily gaining a following. Currently, over 3000 follow his FB art page, the Art of R.p. Callahan.

R.P. Callahan NFTs


Roma Soida

Our new artist is Roma Soida, he lives and studies in Moscow at the Moscow School of Contemporary Art.

Roma Soida is an artist who experiments in different areas of creativity.

He makes performances, organizes installations, publishes art books and T-shirts with his own prints, catches inspiration in sketchbooks, combines digital painting and freehand drawing in his works.Roma Soida develops the principle of deconstruction in his works, deliberately colliding different ideas and plots with each other. The artist is constantly building up contexts and makes the semantic field of work very thick and bright.

He achieves this by scanning sketches and using computer graphics to connect them and supplement them with new images. The image appears to be smoothed, glossy, despite the fact that the author preserves the texture — discontinuous pencil lines, soft lines of a felt-tip pen or brush strokes. The unlimited choice of colors, the ability to remove the wrong touch give freedom of choice to the author and he embarks on an open voyage: he connects the contrasting spots of blue, red, beige, yellow colors on the faces of the heroes as if he collects portraits like a mosaic or applique, makes comic book heroes out of some characters, exaggerating them facial features and expressions. All this takes the viewer away from reality into the imagination of Roma Soida. In his works, the artist talks about himself, but at the same time touches something personal inside everyone.

BullishArt has been appointed by the artist to mint NFTs and promote them on the marketplaces.

Cyber Walk Series

This complex series consists of four pictures. The first three depict a walk through hyperspace, in the foreground the hero comes into contact with the superintelligence, which tempts him to switch places. Then the hero freezes on a chair in virtual reality glasses and the job is done, replacing natural intelligence with artificial.

In the last picture, we see a person in whose imagination a fatal contract is taking place.

NFT series information:

4 NFTs

10 editions

hic et nunc – TYPE_DIGITAL_NAME_Cyber_Walk

hic et nunc – TYPE_DIGITAL_NAME_Cyber_Walk n.2

hic et nunc – TYPE_DIGITAL_NAME_Cyber_Walk n.3

hic et nunc – TYPE_DIGITAL_NAME_Cyber_Walk n.4


Lazaro Hurtado

Lázaro Hurtado is an Argentinian artist currently living in Buenos Aires, Argentina, were he works .Graduate Fine arts “ Bachillerato de Bellas Artes “ affiliated the National University of La Plata.
He states that more than an artist, he is a thinker.

His work born from the necessity of expressing thoughts and conceptions of the World that surrounds him.
The images he offers us project humanistic messages, the nature of mankind, the possible and the ridiculous. He makes comments about reality and the social forces and orders, but at the same time, he demonstrates a playful face, ironic in some cases.

The transcription of inner alchemies into paintings of surrealist characters wakes a curiosity in the viewer. The spectators would often find themselves been tickle by the ideas and concepts on reality and human behavior that he seems to contemplate and rebuilt on his mind.

The images you see are the working mechanics of a brain in a mind-made world.



Momo is a Japanese collage artist. 

Currently, we are presenting collage works that use cutouts from magazines and printed matter as materials, centering on analog collages. He is inspired by the music and sounds he has been deeply involved with.

Ambient Music, Field Recording, Noise Music, Industrial, Improvisational Music, Contemporary Music, Electronic Music, Alternative, Avantgarde, Rock, Techno, Electronica, Minimal, Drone, Hardcore, Punk, Grindcore, Black Metal, Doom, Post Rock, Post he makes collages while listening to music such as dubstep, post-classical, etc., and the influence of the sound is great.

He likes to create chaos and order when improvising collages.  Collages with a theme and narrative are often created by cutting out the emotions, gestures, and moments of anthropomorphic creatures.

 OM series

OM also means “sound representing the universe” and is considered as the sound of the beginning of everything.

 The pronunciation is AUM, but each of these three sounds is a word composed of the first sound [A ・ a], the last sound [M ・ n], and the middle [U ・ u].

[A] Waking up: Consciousness is outward.  All beings that we think exist in the world are included here. 

[U] Dream state: A state in which consciousness is facing inward.  State of knowledge.  Even this state is a phantom created by the material principle. 

[M] Deep sleep: Unconsciousness.  In this state of thoughtlessness, you can feel deep bliss. 

[-] There is no word to explain it because it is silent.  There is no consciousness.  It is a state of complete tranquility, peace, bliss, and equality. The ohm is composed of AUM and three sounds but actually contains the fourth silence.

The inner essence that cannot be seen because it is hidden in the body and thoughts, the soul (self) has never been polluted by thoughts such as karma (work/act) and anxiety based on the material principle. 

What is a pure soul without? We are thinking about what kind of life forms exist in the universe, which is larger than the earth and the sun.

There is a lot of OM chanting music It is also influenced by Om, a duo of doom stoner band Sleep bass and drums.

Explore Momo OM series in Opensea


Maria Akatieva

The artist we are going to introduce today was born in Ukraine, a small town of Krivoy Rog.

He name is Marka Akatieva and despite her young age of 19 years old she has a huge audience in her social networks of more than 100k followers on Instagram and on TikTok. 

She studied for 8 years at an art school and now she is engaged in self-study, constantly practicing, and planning to get specialized education in Europe.

Maria loves drawing and her passion is so strong that many times it keeps her awake at night to create her artworks.

Maria artworks will be available on both Opensea and HEN.


Theo Cerri

Theo Cerri is a Graphic Designer and Illustrator. He was born in Italy in 1991 in a town close to Milan. Growing up, he has always been passionate about art, especially interested in the act of creation.

Theo’s father was a Journalist and Graphic Designer, and thanks to him, he has started drawing and developing an artistic sense from a young age. He got into tribal masks during art lessons in high school, he was so fascinated by cubist artists like Picasso and how he explored the African style.

Since that Theo’s journey into indigenous art never stopped. In his work, he tries to represent through colors, texture and shapes the sacred moment of ritual, when the mask Spirit takes possession of the wearer.

For the last four years, he has lived in East London, enjoying the unique vibe of the city, which had a substantial impact on his style of drawing and approaching design.

Theo considers himself a positive creative, and he believes in the power of connection in every single project.

The exclusive edition of the Spirit of Buffalo is available here Spirit of Buffalo – Theo Cerri | OpenSea