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Gopnik

The BSV community was waiting a lot for this generative art collection to be released and finally Gopnik has launched.

Created by Meta Desk, the Gopnik is generative art on BSV and the first collection to be released using a fair distribution method.

This method allows user to randomly purchase an NFT, and later reveals the NFT to the user. This distribution idea was first introduced by other teams in Ethereum with the Hashmask collection.

Finally the BSV has this tool, which makes the collection more exciting. The whole random distribution and listing was done on Relayx.com

What is a Gopnik?

BullishArt team was not familiar with this term, so we search on Wikipedia:

A gopnik [ˈɡopnʲɪk] is a member of a delinquent subculture in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and in other former Soviet republics – a young man (or a woman, a gopnitsa) of working-class background who usually lives in Russian suburban areas and comes from a family of poor education and income. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gopnik
Gopnik 1302 is part of BullishArt collection

Quite an interesting subject to choose by the creators of Gopnik! Given the NFT trend in generative art, starting from Cryptopunks and other main collection, the gang-look is a recurring feature, but no collection can beat Gopnik from this perspective.

Gopnik Rarity

The collection is structured quite well also from the rarity point of view, this is how the rarity works:

4 characters: IGOR, BORIS, VLAD, and CHAD.

The eye colors are: Green, Purple, Blue, Yellow, Brown, Blue/Orange, Pink/Blue

The face features are: None, Eyebags, Eye punch, Drunk, Scar, Beard, Golden Tooth.

In total there are 3,000 Gopnik and we have talked with Meta Desk during the launch and they confirmed in about 7 hours more than 2,000 NFT were sold.

This is a big achievement for the BSV ecosystem since it proves the collectors presence also in bug numbers.

Another interesting feature of Gopnik is the presence of several faces, with Chad, Boris, Igor and Vlad. This is very new and create more identity and variety. While other collection have mostly one face, Gopnik has 4 to play with.

To learn more about Gopinik rarity here.

Meme Culture

There is no doubts that NFT trend is very related to the Meme just like the whole crypto world.

Twetch CEO, the Frog, received a special Gopnik from the “honorary series”.

Big Expectation for Gopnik

The generative art collections bring a lot of expectation when they can touch the popular culture like Gopnik. BullishArt was fast enough to collect a couple of Gopnik and will keep an eye on the development of the Gopnik secondary market.

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Weekdays

by Ales Lyalush

The Weekdays is a series of NFT digital artworks by Ales Lyalush, done by finger alone.

The work is drawn on an iPad.

Since 2014 I’ve been interested in digital art and I was surprised to find a lot of advantages in this direction, before that I worked in traditional painting and drawing techniques – canvas/oil, tempera, watercolor, charcoal pencil and I have something to compare it with. 

Working on the iPad Pro, allows me to more accurately implement my ideas. 

And as an example of these works – you can probably do them using analog painting techniques. But digital painting shortens the time from idea to realization and there’s more subtle work with line and colour! I feel digital painting has great potential for the future!

iPad – like an easel,

Procreate as a canvas.

Ales Lyalush is a painter.

Ales obtained a university degree in professional art. Bachelor’s degree in fine arts.

He is the founder and curator of the gallery Sky. https://vk.com/gallerynebo

Co-author of the thrash performance Art for Booze.  https://vk.com/artfordrink

Collaborated with Urban Confluence to design the Silicon Valley symbol. https://www.urbanconfluencesiliconvalley.org

Works in digital painting techniques on an iPad Pro .

The tablet, as a medium, allows him to use the skills he learned in classical painting and drawing techniques in a broader and more versatile way. 

The author’s original, ironic view of the world is reflected in his remarkably subtle and philosophical works. 

Participated in numerous exhibitions in Russia and abroad. His works are in private and official collections all over the world.

Selected group exhibitions:

2020-2021 Moscow, finalist for the “Digital Earth” competition, Vinzavod

2020 Surgut, “Parallel Reality” exhibition of Russian artists 

2019 St. Petersburg, Nebo gallery, Petrodjazz exhibition

2018 St. Petersburg, Veresk Gallery, “Digital Art” exhibition

2018 Moscow, Actual Russia exhibition

2017-2018 St Petersburg, thrash performance Art for Booze 

2017 St Petersburg, Gamma Festival, Artification

2016 St Petersburg, Stieglitz Academy, “Technique” exhibition

2014-2018 St Petersburg, Solar Systo

2005 Chelyabinsk, “Union of Artists of Russia”, exhibition “The Urals”.

Selected solo exhibitions:

2021 Veliky Novgorod, Novgorod Centre for Contemporary Art

2021 Saint Petersburg, Diaghilev Museum of Modern Art

2021 Saint Petersburg, Pig snout gallery

2019 St Petersburg, Gorbyl Art Club

2018 St Petersburg, Artmuse creative cluster

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View from above

From above, the city has a new face

BullishArt is excited to launch the latest exhibition of Ales Lyalush, “View from above”.

The series is related to ten cities: Barcelona, Damascus, Dubai, Las Vegas, London, Mirny, New York, Saint Petersburg, Tokyo, Washington DC.

The first drop will start on 6th September 2021, on Tezos
The collections is made of 10 NFT.

Ales writes

When you look at the silhouettes and lines of Cities from a bird’s eye view, you suddenly notice that each one has its own image, as if people are painting cities – faces – for someone looking down from above!

There are almost finished images, continuing to change right now, cities pulsating.

Perhaps when humanity is able to orbit the earth in mass, it will wonder what this or that city looks like from above and the architects will solve that problem too. In the meantime nobody pays any attention to it and the more interesting, the generated images appear as if by accident.

It only remains for me to exaggerate a little bit these imprints of civilizations on the ground!

Ales Lyalush author of View from Above

Whos is Ales Lyalush?

Ales Lyalush is a painter.

Ales obtained a university degree in professional art. Bachelor’s degree in fine arts.

He is the founder and curator of the gallery Sky. https://vk.com/gallerynebo

Co-author of the thrash performance Art for Booze.  https://vk.com/artfordrink

Collaborated with Urban Confluence to design the Silicon Valley symbol. https://www.urbanconfluencesiliconvalley.org

Ales works in digital painting techniques on an iPad Pro .

The tablet, as a medium, allows him to use the skills he learned in classical painting and drawing techniques in a broader and more versatile way. 

The author’s original, ironic view of the world is reflected in his remarkably subtle and philosophical works. 

Participated in numerous exhibitions in Russia and abroad. His works are in private and official collections all over the world.

Selected group exhibitions:

2020-2021 Moscow, finalist for the “Digital Earth” competition, Vinzavod

2020 Surgut, “Parallel Reality” exhibition of Russian artists 

2019 St. Petersburg, Nebo gallery, Petrodjazz exhibition

2018 St. Petersburg, Veresk Gallery, “Digital Art” exhibition

2018 Moscow, Actual Russia exhibition

2017-2018 St Petersburg, thrash performance Art for Booze 

2017 St Petersburg, Gamma Festival, Artification

2016 St Petersburg, Stieglitz Academy, “Technique” exhibition

2014-2018 St Petersburg, Solar Systo

2005 Chelyabinsk, “Union of Artists of Russia”, exhibition “The Urals”.

Selected solo exhibitions:

2021 Veliky Novgorod, Novgorod Centre for Contemporary Art

2021 Saint Petersburg, Diaghilev Museum of Modern Art

2021 Saint Petersburg, Pig snout gallery

2019 St Petersburg, Gorbyl Art Club

2018 St Petersburg, Artmuse creative cluster

More works from Ales Lyalush on BullishArt

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Cyber Walk

This is a series by our artist Roma Soida. It is a very strong series covering contemporary thematics of our lives being very similar of cyborgs.

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 super intelligence, 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

Click on the number to view the NFT page.

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Matches Boxes

BullishArt proudly introduces you a new series produced by the artist Roma Soida.

The Matches box is an iconic object from a quite recent past, many remember it. This handy object was often beautiful in style with several collections we would now consider vintage.

In the series of Roma, the matches boxes is very clean and modern, the message is clear and direct.

The series

7 Matches box for 50 editions for each Matches box on the BitCoin BSV blockchain.


The collection could be extended in the future.

Click in each number to open the NFT page.

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Living Alphabet

This colorful series designed by Francesco Buonfino and curated by BullishArt is our first series. It is also the first NFT series on BitCoin BSV to appear to date.

The series contains 26 English letters and 1 extra NFT that contains all letters like an index.

The Living Alphabet background is like of a paper note, from where the artist gives life to the alphabet letters.

Click on the image title to open the marketplace.

Series Details

Editions: 50 per letter / 300 per the index

Price: 0.01 ~ 0.1 BSV per letter / 0.05 per index

Reward: User who complete the Living Alphabet (only the letters) can apply to receive 100 BARTsv as price.

Marketplace: Relayx.io

Blockchain: BitCoin BSV

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NFT flowers

“Love is the flower you’ve got to let grow.”
John Lennon

What is more beautiful than flowers? The explosion of colors are beautiful gifts from nature, opening up and giving vibrancy to the world around them. Humanity benefits both visually and spiritually from the natural beauty of flowers.

This collections is provided by the Winter Museo.

It is a collection on BSV with 25 editions for each flower starting at 0.02 BSV.

Click on the number on each illustration to open its page on the marketplace.

The Daisy

The Tulip

The Rose

The Magnolia

The Hydrangea

The Orchids

The Lily

The Carnation

The Sunflower

The Clover

The Cherry Blossom