by Alexander Vondy & Mike Dolla


Today we have the pleasure of chatting with Cyberdreamsa digital artist from Venezuela. His works are sweeping the social networks and his vision takes us to completely surreal worlds .

In this article he tells us all the details of his works and his path as an artist. Using 3D techniques, he gives life to his creations, sharing his retro futuristic and spiritual vision. Thanks to the digital techniques used by Cyberdreams, he gives us incredible images with very deep meanings.

Getting to know firsthand all the art that surrounds his creations has been spectacular. We encourage you to read the interview so that you don't miss any detail of this magnificent artist. Keep reading to learn all the mysteries of Cyberdreams!

It is a pleasure to have you in our magazine, first we would love to have you introduce yourself to our readers.

Hello, it's also a pleasure to be here, I'm Isaiah Worrington, also known as Cyberdreams I'm an artist
20 years old, born and raised in Venezuela. I am a 3D artist and designer however, I am currently based in the island of Grenada (the Caribbean).

I started practicing art at an early age, I never saw it as a profession or career until 2020 when I learned to professionalize my artistic skills, consequently, I enrolled in college and studied art and design, later I decided to make the transition from traditional art to digital art. I also complemented my university studies with an infinity of tutorials and courses that allowed me to develop my art.

Where does your style come from, have you ever had any reference or inspiration?

My artistic style is a product of different explorations in themes such as retro futurism, surrealism and
spirituality. I have always been fascinated by how an incomprehensible idea or thought has the ability to come to life and somehow express something important and at the same time artists like Salvador Dalí, Hieronymus Bosch and Zdzisław Beksiński are some of the interpreters of this ideal that I admire the most, the mysterious, frightening and incomprehensible aspect of their works is what has constantly inspired me, with it comes the feeling that there are no limits and almost anything is possible in art.

I am also very inspired by the artists René Magritte, Hajime Sorayama and Jean-Michel Basquiat, the latter being a personal and artistic inspiration.

How is the process of creating your work? What is the moment you enjoy the most?

I tend to create spontaneously, whatever idea is stored in my mind... I will do my best to interpret it or bring it to life, although in my beginner days I used to sketch my ideas before creating something, but over time I discovered that it was more effective when I didn't sketch and started creating something immediately after thinking about it.

However, within my current work process, I draw a number of elements that I then convert into 3D and can be seen throughout my work. One of my favorite moments in my workflow is when I 've finished organizing the composition and it's time to add the materials, colors, textures, etc. That's when I can see the final product of the vision I had.

We have noticed that in your works there is a lot of reference to the divine, why is that?

I am a believer in Jesus Christ, so many times I will want to portray what is in the celestial or spiritual realm and it remains as something that is beyond our comprehension or even imagination so I always like to incorporate elements that somehow express something that is unimaginable.

Is there any work that you are particularly fond of?

Yes, my biblical interpretation of angels, there are numerous interpretations of them and one of the elements that may seem most intriguing to the viewer are the multiple eyes they have, also, after completing the pieces I wondered why they are described as having numerous eyes.

And what better place to find that answer than in the bible itself which describes them accurately and it is there that I found the following verse that remains with me: "The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eyes are bad your whole body will be full of darkness. If the light within you is darkness, how great is that darkness!"

We know that you are also in the NFT world, in which market can we find them? How has the experience been?

I am currently only on Rarible and hope to be on Super raresoon, however, I have yet to list my first NFT. Overall I think the world of NFT's has positively impacted many artists and is something I intend to try very soon.

Tell us, apart from what we see of your art in the networks, what else are you involved in?

I have had the pleasure of working on different projects and that is where I spend a lot of my time, I have also been connecting with different physical spaces where my art can be shown to the public.

How do you imagine your future, do you have any project in mind that you would like to carry out?

I envision myself becoming more skilled in my field by constantly developing new skills, and becoming influential or making an impact with my creations. A short-term project is the listing of my first NFT, and in the much longer term, there is the idea of having my own physical space where people interact with my art.

Finally we would like to know, what advice would you give to someone who wants to be a digital artist and get into the crypto world?

Consistency, it's something you hear everywhere because it's true. By being constant you can only get better and, as far as art is concerned, it allows your style to form and, consequently, evolve.

There is also access to a lot of information, so it is important to know the basics of anything and then try it out but one of the most important things is not to set limits for yourself but to keep your vision and focus on one specific thing.

We hope you enjoyed the interview with Cyberdreams!

Don't miss the latest from the artist on his website, and if you want to get his prints click here.

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