Fibonacci and BullsArt

These days it is not uncommon to read about simulation talks regarding our reality. There are so many incredible ideas to listen to, and many of them have some level of connection to probability and math.

However without going into simulation theories, everyone has gotten some hints during math class and while mathematics is not for everyone, it often opens the door to new insights, like in the magnificent case of the Fibonacci sequence. 

This simple yet brilliant sequence is able to catch the interest and imagination of almost anyone. Its ramification goes beyond the math world and gives us a glimpse of nature speaking a language we can understand in terms of math and beauty.

When people begin to find this pattern in nature and the world around them, their imagination runs wild.

Since BullsArt is a series about art through history, we could not miss the chance to represent the Fibonacci throughout the series; we like to think of it as a bridge between nature and the artists.

In BullsArt the rarity level follows the Fibonacci sequence. There are other hidden traits too, backgrounds, nose rings, different colors, hidden messages, but the Fibonacci from f1 to f15 is what shapes a big part of the rarity.

We believe BullsArt is the first NFT series to be shaped by Fibonacci sequence.


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.

Co-author of the thrash performance Art for Booze.

Collaborated with Urban Confluence to design the Silicon Valley symbol.

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