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I am originally from Rimini, Italy. I moved to London in 2015 at the age of 9, and have been since then.
My artistic background started right at the beginning of my life, art has always been at the core. It all started by making drawings on Microsoft Paint and creating book covers on paper. Since then, when I shifted over to London, I started making small journals. My artistic path truly started though when I began making Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. That spiked my interest in design even more, and taught me the power of learning new skills. Talking specifically about art, I started learning 3D with SketchUp Pro at the beginning of 2019, as I bought my first 3D printer at the time. I improved my skills year by year by creating vases and accessories for “my” online shop. 2021 was a life-changing year, as I started competing in architecture competitions and entered a more business focused mindset. NFTs really started as just another task in the calendar. The chances of me starting this journey were actually brittle, but eventually began in December 2021, and since then had no regrets, indeed went all-in, finishing school at 15y/o to focus on the art.

My first NFTs were minted around the beginning of December 2021, right when I started. I really didn’t know much about them, and lazy minted them on Rarible in no collection. There was no fixed number or anything, because I had no idea of what I was doing. Since then, I burned everything on Rarible, and restarted the journey with new BrickBeads in March 2021 on OpenSea and more. I chose OpenSea for the main collection because of it being the biggest NFT marketplace, as well as it being cheap for me to start.
I absolutely couldn’t live without music. Reason being it’s the most powerful energizer for art and life in general. If I feel knocked down, it can make me think of a bright future, while for art it makes me concentrate, makes me fell free and happy, and like time doesn’t exist at all.
There are many artists of which I feel much respect towards, and it wouldn’t be fair to point out just one. Each has an iconic style of their own; I would add to the list Federico Clapis, 0xTjo, Four IV, OtherWorld, FVCK Render, Mark Inducil, Ronald Ong, 1DontKnows and many more… Special mention though to the famous XCOPY and Beeple, who I admire and look up to. Talking about styles, its simply a connection. As soon as I saw their art, I loved it, essentially they easily quickly appealed to me.
If I had to analyse just one artist of the bunch, it would be Federico Clapis. I casually heard his name in 2020, “way before NFTs went mainstream”. The uniqueness of this artist
What made me pursue NFT art instead of creating a business, which I was doing at the time, is the passion. Look, I though artists were people who couldn’t make enough money to survive back in 2019. But understanding the environment and technology behind NFTs, made me stop everything I was doing, and as I already said, go all-in. I will be making art for a lifetime, and NFTs are the beginning and also hopefully the future. It’s something special, and it’s just the start.
Even though I sold countless NFTs and grown a lot, I haven’t properly bought an NFT yet. The reason being I am trying to save up for a new studio, equipment and more. I intend to buy art from selected artists soon for sure, as I am a big believer in NFTs and the art itself.
I live in London, which is arguably one of the best spots in the world. In terms of travel, I really don’t care much about the destination, rather the travelling itself. My dream with this profession is to be able to constantly travel, while taking with me the equipment to create.
My passions are many aside from art, but clearly the main is technology. I love NFTs for being close to displays and stuff. I have been a fan of cutting edge technology for a long time, wrote books and sport myself incredible devices. It’s also
In terms of other forms of art, yes and no. My main one is no doubt 3D and soon animation. I always hated physical art, like painting, modelling, collage… But I am myself a big fan and professional artist in graphic design, presentation design and book cover/logo design.
My style, at least in NFTs, is the BrickBeads world itself. How did I come up with it it’s a great story. It began when BrickBeads were simple squarish characters in mid-2019, and were to be used for 3D printing functioning as vases. They didn’t work out, so I left them in an online folder… until I used the idea, turned it into something special and they started in late 2021. My style, with BrickBeads, is about constant improvement. Talking about the name, since it represents the style, was actually random. I took 5 minutes off, and I had the idea for the name, which is strategically constructed with two 5-letter words starting with the letter B for easy brand recognition.
My style improves by the day. Improvement is my main mission/focus, and it makes me proud to see it happening, significantly every month. I mean, I went from creating badly rendered cubes to complex 3D characters and more in just ~6 months.
I already collaborated with some artists, and don’t plan to collab anytime soon. Though I have some ideas in mind…
In terms of upcoming drops, yes. As I said, the SuperRare genesis, my best fine art piece should be coming by the beginning of September (this year) and more BrickBeads are coming to the BrickBeads 2 Collection.
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Lethabo is an established painter and artist hailing from South Africa.  She uses work as a mirror for her emotional responses to lifes experience.  She has been featured on Afropunk, numerous publications and TEDx University of Pretoria. She has published numerous shows and exhibits and has entered the NFT space with amazing art on SuperRare.  She has recently entered the NFT space by digitizing her work into Non-Fungible Tokens and has skyrocketed to the top-tier marketplaces.  We expect to see Lethabo make waves in the NFT space for years to come.

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