Linder's early digital work began in the 1990s while working on a Commodore computer, Windows 95 PC, and early Mac Plus computers. He explored software such as Lightwave 3D, Bryce, Poser, Photoshop, and many others. His interests in digital art continue to grow with painting, animation, artificial intelligence, and the NFT renaissance.

He combines real-world artwork with digital compositions that fuse texture from painting on canvas with motion animation, digital paint, and an original music score with each 30-second piece of artwork. Some of his crypto artwork has been described as "Living Paintings".

As seen at NFT.NYC,  METAWEEK in Dubai, and the UNREAL ART EXHIBIT in Amsterdam.


"Undervalued crypto artist Allan Linder" ~ Daily Tech Geek

"NFT artwork becomes an overnight sensation" ~ Boston Herald

"Everything you see is beautiful and alive." ~ Outside The Cube

"I stared at each page, soaking in every detail" ~ Amid The Imaginary

"Pushing the limits of handmade art and digital art combined" ~ NFT NYC

"Collect while you can, this guy's work is going straight up!" ~ NFT All-Star

"The artist previously sold out several of his crypto art collections" ~ Uptown Stars

"Linder's impressive body of work just blew up with the release of his NFTs" ~ NFT Star

"His unique art creations could end up becoming as valuable as Beeple’s artwork." ~ Time Business News

"Grasspeople is a full-color dark fairy tale adventure like Zelda meets Lord of the Rings." ~ Super Robot Mayhem

"It is only a matter of time before the collection becomes the next big hit in the NFT world." ~ Crypto Insiders


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