WISe.ART Catalogue

Discover the world of art

Impact Philanthropy

Being environmentally conscious we aim to develop towards a sustainable future as well as raise funds through the WISe.ART platform to finance sustain- ability projects to help the world get one step closer to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Deve- lopment Goals.


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By leveraging WISeKEY’s latest state of the art cyber security software our platform allows buyers and sellers to deal directly with each other, while their NFTs remain protected through the OISTE Foundation.


M.Audry D4CG creator of NFT art in digital painting on graphics tablet and PC. Creator of pixelated NFT.

NFT digital painting. Based on forgotten or unknown works of art and transcribed onto graphics tablets and PCs. These are “unique” , high- quality NFT works, created using professional software and applications.

The software we use is in others: -ARTAGE: digital painting software -INSKAPE: graphics tool -COREL- PAINTER: digital art software – Adobe Photoshop CC – Adobe Illustrator CC – Cinéma4Dstudio. *Scripts Python 3 Mekkablue Scripts GIF/GLYPHS Distorsion-Block Scripts Modified Scripts / D4CG

Digital art board NFT “Picasso Concept Re- generation” collection

In this enigmatic depiction, the bride offers her beauty to a devastated world as a cure to human madness. This NFT series explores the interplay of colors, images, sounds, and emotions in a dreamlike world.


These artworks, donated by Isagus Extroversion to the OISTE foundation, support a UNICEF project for Ukrainian children. The piece, titled ‘The Chernobyl Bride, ‘ originates from a video-art installation featuring a wedding dress made of real gas masks from the Chornobyl disaster.


Evan Kareem, a graduate of Computer Science from the University of Sheffield Hallam in the United Kingdom, is intrigued by the interplay between technology and art. He is continually absorbed in the ways tech tools can transform and deepen his artistic process. In his eyes, art is a powerful medium for capturing and communicating beauty, and it offers a platform for examining the intricate dynamics of nature, color, movement, pattern, and sound.

In his artistic journey, Kareem takes an experimental approach, often pushing boundaries and challenging norms. This freedom to experiment, combined with his technological background, allows him to forge unique artistic paths. His pieces often carry a surrealist quality, bringing an other-worldly dimension to his explorations of beauty and nature.

To Kareem, art serves as both a reflection of the external world and an internal emotional landscape. He sees his creations as windows into his perceptions and experiences, as well as interpretative mirrors for his audience. His work seeks to evoke thought, provoke discussion, and inspire his viewers to see the world in fresh, novel ways.


Ezkandar was born on November 14, 1951, in Tehran/Iran. His mother was Swiss and liked to create beautiful stories full of adventure. His father, of Azeri origin, was an Iranian architect who loved beautiful women, fashion, sports cars, hunting and fishing. He worked for 18 years in the Swiss and European feature film industry as a set designer, assisting Swiss, French and American producers.

He also worked on the creation of advertising films, mainly in Switzerland. Marketing and advertising being his passion, he pursued his career in this field as a consultant for more than 20 years with various classical and digital agencies. Today, Ezkandar divides his life between Switzerland and a Greek Island, between growing olives and assem- bling pixels of a multitude of colors…

Here is his state of mind: Life is beautiful! Take each person as they are, love the people you can love, and ignore the rest. Share. Fear nature and love it. Think, be curious and loving, imagina- tive.


Viktoria Kova is a video artist and the initiator of the LAND of the GOOD project in Amsterdam. Since 2015 Kova is researching the impact of videos, colors, sound, vibrations, and experien- ces with the purpose of instant positive impact on the viewer to awaken one’s intuition.

Using this knowledge she creates vibrationally inter- active videos which have a relaxing, meditative impact on the viewer, beneficial for health. This makes LAND of GOOD Studio a pioneer of intuitive onto- logical art.


Born in 2013, Little Alyâa is an avatar conceived as an outlet to satirize life’s complexities. Featuring daily on Facebook and Instagram in English and French for 8 years, she has cultivated a worldwide fanbase and collectors in cities such as Dubai, London, Miami, and more.

The blend of humor and poetry gives her universal appeal. Alyâa has morphed into a performer, appearing as ephemeral posters in Venice, a massive fabric doll in Lisbon, and even graced the pages of ELLE Magazine’s Swiss sup- plement.

Since 2022, she’s part of a charitable initiative in Geneva, assisting the homeless and refugees. Now, she ventures into NFT technology.


Arnaud Laly is a French artist & designer born in 1991 in Ploërmel, a small town in Brittany (France). He studied Applied Arts in Rennes, specializing in graphic design. He finished his studies by studying architecture and product design in order to have a 360° vision. The young man naturally moved to Paris and became an Artistic Director of a large global design agency.

After several years working in this agency where archi- tecture and graphic de-sign are mixed, Arnaud launched in 2019 as a solo artist to focus 100% on his artistic project. Using the rigor of design, he builds his creations via a triptych: line – geometry – flat colors.

He likes to represent faces, staring games, or abstract compositions. Architecture being part of his influences, Arnaud aspires to the construction of architectural forms within his visuals. Doors, vaults, or even stairs appear.


Dlela Lombard is a German native and a photo and digital artist who works across many mediums. She works with acrylic, ink and color pens, GAN, Photoshop, collage, and photography among other materials. She is approaching the new medium with a scientific mind. Lombard’s digital transformation process is unique while taking formless further into new forms and exploring divinity within her work.

This way skill as creativity still exists amidst the rise of AI. She can make the invisible visible which has its roots in black&white photographic development and awakening upon individuation. Moreover, Lombard explores themes of various states of consciousness and is influenced by surrealism she began training the GAN on surrealist automatism blending chance operation with painting styles and aesthetics of masters into the piece. While creating often on a laptop while traveling she could transcend life circumstances and various obstacles.

She exhibited with the Henry Boxer Gallery in London under the global popular culture of Outsider Art and also created some book cover art focusing mainly on the collective unconscious, and crime- related themes. There is a thin line between the divine and crime and knowing it helps to see the world in a better light.


Based in Spain, born in Russia. Since 2021 I have been gaining notoriety as a visual movement artist in advertising industry on social networks. Visual designer. My work consists of digital abstractions, motion graphics and experimental animation. My art can be classified as surrealist art. I am inspired by the strength and resilience of women, as well as the feelings and emotions that make up the female experience. I use digital art to explore the beauty and vulnerability of the female figure, from sadness and melancholy to joy and happiness. My artwork is an exploration of femininity and the complexity of the female experience. At the core of my artistic practice is contemporary art, which is born in the age of metamodernism. The woman herself is my great inspiration. She is the sufferer of history and yet she embodies the most beautiful physical features. Woman is fragility and strength at the same time, and it is easy to explore the world of emotions with her. We have the power to grow and fly, we have light. After suffering from breast cancer, these works of art were born out of my feelings of being a woman. Magical world of women.


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Pioneering on NFT, her work has been exhibited and auctioned all over the world, including the NASDAQ NFT.NYC 2020-23, CAFA CHINA, NFT.NYC TIMES SQUARE 2022, nifties nft.nyc 2020-23, CAFA CHINA, NFT.NYC TIMES SQUARE 2022, Crytoart Island VIP in Gibraltar, Alcalá Subastas Madrid, Templum Fine Art Subastas (Barcelona), Fauve Fine Art (Paris), Duran Subastas (Madrid), KHON FUTURE (Bangok UNESCO), International Festival at Saba Gallery (Teheran/Iran), Graffity Queens (Descentraland), Cryptovoxels and Descentraland VR Gallery, as well as a screening at the Denver Clock Tower.

Finalist in the Visual Artist Award Miami 2018 for Best Technical Innovation, her work was also Award-winning for inclusion in the International Filmmaker Biennale Women in Cinema (Berlin) and she was interviewed about the participation of women in Multimedia Art. Award. Winning finalist in 2022, in a contest for posters of the prestigious Cava Codorníu brand. She was named by BelnCrypto on International Women’s Day 2021 as one of the three most influential Hispanic women in the cryptocurrency industry who are using NFT technology and ranks amongst the top sales in the rank list of NFT by CryptoArt.io.

Currently, she is the NFT artist for the upcoming Hollywood movie “FRESH KILLS” , directed by the famous actress Jennifer Esposito.


Yoso (Ambrosio López) is a multidisciplinary artist, focusing on digital creation after deve- loping his skills in architecture, design and sculpture. He con- ceives art as an instrument of analysis of the human being, an attempt to approach the concept of identity and the uniqueness of the individual from new perspectives. His works are often inspired by dreams and fleeting visions, giving them an enigmatic and sometimes surreal, thought- provoking character. Images really appears in his dreams as part of a story, or they cross the brain at great speed, isolated, almost impossible to grasp, sometimes during a walk thinking of nothing at all…. The raw material used consists primarily of the artist own origination including drawings and photographs later digitaly molded. His obsession for detail leads in high resolutions, allowing high quality and large format to be combined.


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As a self-taught digital illustrator, I immerse myself in the exciting process of transforming classic works of art by infusing them with elements and characters from pop culture. My creative journey is rooted in my keen desire to express my perspectives on society through art, using it as a medium to reflect, critique, and convey my hopes and aspirations.

vEach piece I create seeks to communicate a message – a reflection on the currents of contemporary society, a critique of its idiosyncrasies, or a depiction of my personal desires. While the content is deeply considered, I never lose sight of the importance of form and aesthetics. My works are marked by meticulous attention to detail and a visually appealing and vibrant color palette that invites the viewer in. As an artist, I believe that the fusion of classical and pop culture elements in my work creates a unique dialogue, bridging the gap between the past and present, the revered and the everyday.

It is through this unique artistic approach that I endeavor to offer fresh perspectives and stimulate thoughtful conversation.


Silvia Longhi, known professionally as Finfury, is an accomplished cartoonist, illustrator, and caricaturist. The Finfury project came to life on social media, offering a platform for viewers to connect with Silvia’s humor-infused cartoons, bringing laughter and lightness to their days. Silvia’s academic background is rooted in fashion, having studied at the Academy of Fashion and Costume in Rome.

Her passion for drawing is more than just a hobby – it’s an expressive outlet, a form of self-discovery and communi- cation.

This interplay between fashion, humor, and art is evident in her work, as she continually explores new dimensions of her talent and shares it with the world through the persona of Finfury.


As a kid, I was always fascinated by art and at the time thought of it as something very far and unreachable. I was puzzled by how artists captured people, nature, and objects and turned them into masterpieces. I wished I could do the same but had no idea how to get there. At the age of 16, my dad gave me a set of oil paints and there was no going back. I started to explore and study the fascinating world of art. In 2002 after moving to New York I started doing com- mission mosaic portraits but in my heart, I wanted to evolve as a painter.

Step by step, by learning and practicing, I got my first solo show at the Gallery in Hamptons. I started exploring new mediums and testing different techniques such as graphic design, painting, photography, and airbrush. I have found myself especially fascinated and inspired by the beauty and variety of female bodies.

After more than 30 shows in the past 10 years, I still feel that every new painting is better than the last. I am eager to keep learning, experimenting, and pushing the limits to see how far I can take my passion.


Michael C. Nwogugu is an author, entrepreneur and consultant, who has held senior management and Board-of-Director positions in companies in both the US and Nigeria. Mr. Nwogugu’s articles have been published in Applied Mathematics & Computation; Journal of Risk Finance; International Journal of Mathematics, Game Theory & Algebra;

Discrete Mathematics, Al- gorithms & Applications; Corporate Ownership & Control; and Chaos & Complexity Letters. Mr. Nwogugu earned degrees from the University of Nigeria (Nigeria), the City University of New York (USA), and Columbia University (New York City, USA). ” Network: Ethereum Description Limited-edition photography NFT

“The NFT can have intrinsic- value as: i) abstract art; ii) photography; iii) a limited- edition collectible; and iv) an NFT (on chain, and with accurate provenance). Digital art only, and doesn’t re- present rights to the under- lying photograph or the asso- ciated Trading-Cards” .


Pedro José Sandoval, a Venezuelan artist, excels in the creation of abstract neo- expressionist art. His work is characterized by the vibrant interplay of color, movement, and texture, resulting in expressive and captivating compositions. A valued contributor to the art world, Sandoval’s pieces have found a permanent home in the Boca Raton Museum of Art. Balancing life and work between Madrid, Berlin, and New York City, Sandoval harnesses the unique artistic influences of each city to fuel his creativity. His art beautifully reflects this global perspective, presenting a rich variety of themes and techniques.

Sandoval’s portfolio extends beyond individual pieces to include collaborations and installations around the world, a testament to his versatility and passion. With his distinctive aesthetic and unwavering dedication, Sandoval continues to leave his mark on the global art landscape. His unique contribution to neo-expressionist art encapsulates a broad range of human emotions and experiences, offering a dynamic, visual narrative that continues to captivate audiences.


Max Mitenkov is a self-taught illustrator and artist based in Minsk, with a background in advertising design from Minsk University. Since beginning his freelance career in 2005, his work has been featured in various advertisements, publications, and book covers, including those of HarperCollins Publishing House.

Max has participated in numerous exhibitions, most notably the European NFT CryptoArt Island art fair, and in 2012, he received the Special Jury Award at the 6th SICAF’12 International Digital Cartoon Contest in Seoul, Korea. His art pieces often depict a surreal, post-apocalyptic world with a recurring gray color palette, focusing heavily on the mood and atmospheric qualities of his works, often exuding a sense of vanitas.


Amanda Lynn Veasey, a dedicated mother and artist, has been engaging with art for over two decades. The real pivot in her artistic journey came six years ago when she started to use art as a healing tool against the physical and mental toll of Grave’s disease and Lyme disease.

Her creations are vibrant and detailed, often embodying her love for texture and colour. Her belief lies not in the completion of a piece, but in its process and evolution. This approach translates into her ap- preciation for progression & iteration art.

She dreams big – she aspires to make the world a better place through her art and particularly, through the potential of NFTs, seeking to challenge greed and spread joy. Veasey is indeed a true testament to the transformative power of art.


Harriet A Elisabeth Nilsson is an artist who ceaselessly seeks new expressive av- enues in her art, each piece laden with a deep, underlying message.

The viewer’s interpretation remains unique, fostering an individual connection with the art. Her piece ‘Deception’ springs from a commentary on how societal constraints have left people disconnected from their intrinsic soul-body unity.

As Earth transitions into the Age of Aquarius, Nilsson’s work reflects a synchro- nization with our inherent rights to health, joy, and pros- perity. She heralds the advent of the ‘Golden Era’ , an era of unity and abundance.


My artwork, “Breakthrough: Battle on the Outskirts, ” expresses my anti-war sentiments by portraying the potential horrors of modern combat’s deadly technologies. It depicts an imminent urban conflict set in the near future. Urban warfare, among the cruelest forms of engagement, leads to devastating losses for both sides and significant civilian casualties due to destruction in residential areas. The artwork narrates a story titled “Breakthrough: Battle on the Outskirts. ” It follows Mira, a veteran sergeant in a mechanized infantry regiment, who was gravely injured during a desperate combat as his unit attempted to escape a besieged city. Despite its effectiveness, the action came at a high cost, with over 70% of his comrades perishing. Mira’s fortunes turned, as he eventually recovered from his injuries.

“The siege had endured for about two weeks. Supplies and fuel were exhausted, leaving us defenseless. Our only hope lay in a few partially functional AFVs [1], as enemy drones persisted and several MBTs were destroyed. The impact of a bullet against my IFV’s armor plate drove me to the edge, fearing it might be a cannon round heralding my demise. Somehow, we endured; it felt like a miracle. We pressed on, firing tracer rounds that illuminated enemy positions. Explosions surrounded us. Despite our breakthrough, losses were heavy. I mourned a crew member lost to an armor-piercing round, a brave comrade. His sacrifice likely saved us all.”


Cartoon character “Belli” created on 2019 by Adinda Putri. Acknowledged as a brand by Indonesian Ministry of Law and Human Rights on 30 October 2019. Belli is one soothing creature with notice- able curly hair and reserved gesture.

The creation of this character started with support for animal rescue in mind. The first ones being merchandise project to help local animal shelters. And hopefully able to do more by creating stickers or comic in the future.

“DG Artwall Digital Collection wish to encourage artists to face AI art techno- logy head on; as a once-in-a-life-time art challenge”


Christine Ruiz-Kerendi, born in 1965 in Tehran, Iran, moved to Switzerland in 1975 for studies and remained after the 1979 Revolution. In 1982, she relocated to New York, majoring in Psychology with a minor in Foreign Languages and Literature, graduating in 1988. Returning to Switzerland in 1989, she attended Glion’s prestigious Hotel Management and Tourism School, graduating as valedictorian in 1991.

In 1991, she met her husband and became a mother in 1998 and 2001. After working in Geneva’s hotel industry and tourism, Christine returned to Psychology, earning her second master’s degree in Neurolinguistics in 2004. She established a private practice in Geneva, still active today.

Becoming President of the Images and Society Founda- tion / Eye Watch in 2013, Christine decodes sur- rounding images to enhance understanding and choice- making.

She collaborates with the financial revue Point de Mire, writes on psychology in finance, and serves as a Psychologist for the Geneva Government. In 2013, Christine met Antonio Natale, also known as the Artist of Banknotes, and began exclusively representing him globally. In 2014, she co- founded Antonio Natale Contemporary Artist, an ongoing venture. Collaborating with Wise.art in 2022, she expands into NFTs, representing new artists. With unyielding resilience, her motto is: “We are capable of anything; determination and re- sources are key. ” Christine resides in Geneva with her family, where her office is based.