Q&A WITH FRANK SWEET (@FRANKXTOWN), PART 1

UK-based digital artist @frankxtown talks to us about digital art, specifically his artworks, and how it is shaping the art market.

2 August, 2021

London Trade Art is proud to announce the upcoming launch of our first digital art portfolio, which will be entirely purchasable in the form of NFTs.

Ahead of the launch, we caught up with the artist behind the project, Frank Sweet (@frankxtown), to discuss the inspiration behind his works, what he seeks to communicate through them and what he believes the future of digital art holds.

Click on the video below for the full interview.



Aurelia Clavien

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