Presenting various works I've selected to turn into special edition, rare collectibles.

A note about 'rarity': some of these may exist in other contexts elsewhere online, but all files here are either the original, special or largest versions, which I hope to preserve. (Due to my process I wish I could offer higher resolution in many cases but am restrained by apps etc.) Next point: I may also publish different versions of a rare image, either into a different format (such as a static image, or video mp4) or with an alteration which, to me, changes the image in a small but vital way (to me). So these will be new versions even though they might be very similar. This may also reduce the rarity value of a purchase, but in fact I may still be experimenting or expanding on an idea, or wish to see an image in a different format.

Collectors: feel free to contact me for more details about an image, or request physical originals where applicable, or for other reasons or requests.

I'm not sure I'm happy with the word 'artist'. I prefer the term 'visual communicator'. Images can highlight a subject better than the written word, perhaps.

Mostly I find things I want to express about: nature, evolution, forces, the elements, change...

Also... mind & body, dreams, reality & fantasy (pop art style), games & gaming, new technology, crypto... plus ancient or timeless things...permaculture....

From the UK, based in France, I'm also a writer and blogger at Ade's Press [adespress.blog].
You can find printed versions / merchandise I've prepared myself for ordering, at the (US-based) zazzle store: www.zazzle.com/store/ademc2010

I'm looking into minting extra (but different and unique) versions of images and experiments personally via my Mintbase store, but find details via my website.
https://mintbase.io/my-market/0x1a7946f366f7c2ab8a7ba4fa673fab46c2bcc488


I hope some of my work sheds some light, or holds some meaning.

Mediums include: illustration (pencil and digital), photography / photo-art, word art/poetry, abstract art, and music.

I still like, above all, the feel and power of a simple pencil, although sometimes I spend just as much time adjusting an after-effect in a mobile app, to enhance some sort of aspect, message, or association.