Pixel art was something I was introduced to only after I started NFT’s, and at first it puzzled and fascinated me simultaneously. I couldn’t understand why people would use such highly visible pixels, which seemed to be counterintuitive to the modern aesthetic of capturing something in the finest possible resolution or detail. However, the more I got exposed to pixel art, the more I started to appreciate it, and especially got blown away by Gustavo Viselner’s “Days with Dad” series, which expressed nostalgic scenes from his childhood with pixelart. While I can’t speak for others, I find the appeal of pixelart to be twofold; capturing a nostalgia of an earlier era of videogames that we played as children, as well seemingly being a new, cutting edge type of minimalism in the digital art era. As my appreciation grew for pixel art in general, I started noticing the Korean pixel artists more and more, and the very first NFT that I collected was from an artist Pixel Art Fighter: For the sixth Fermata Gallery, It’s an honor to present the various pixel artists from within the Korean community: Kate Kim E-Jacca Spielraum Yayo Uniquelab Volo Uttermelone Ain Arthief rAWrAWproject Laylay flatland.0d Pixel art fighter Jay P Grida Loie Zise and last but not least, collector JO7‘s pixel artwork as well. Presenting: Fermata Gallery 006: Korean Pixel Art!