Home Doll house The Sandman: here is the Italian artist of NFT

The Sandman: here is the Italian artist of NFT


italian artist Andrea Chiampoalso author of a successful NFT series sold on super rareis the author of several characters and settings for the new Netflix television series titled The sand man.

In particular, Chiampo created the 3D and design of the little dragon that appears in the early episodes of The Sandman, Goldie, as well as the Dreaming Kingdom castle, Martin Tenbones dog, and many other sets and characters from the TV series.

The journey of the artist behind the design of The Sandman

Chiampo worked for over two years for Disney and spent a lot of time designing the Netflix series.

Chiampo explains:

“In this series, you see at least five drawings made by me in each episode”.

Even when Desiderio appears, in episode 7 titled “A Doll’s House” – the heart-shaped setting Desiderio lives in was made by Chiampo.

The Sandman is actually based on a comic created by Neil Gaiman and was designed by Sam Kieth in 1989, from which Chiampo drew inspiration for the Netflix series.

Andrea Chiampo in the NFT industry

Besides having worked with Disney, Netflix, 20th Century Fox, Amblin Entertainment, MPC, TheMill and many more, Chiampo is also an NFT artist.

The Italian artist took his first steps into the world of non-fungible tokens in April 2021, dropping the Genesis artwork on SuperRare, which was then sold for 5 Ethereum in September of the same year.

The collection deposited on SuperRare is titled “Futured Past” and includes illustrations full of symbolism.

Although the works appear to be made using lithography, they actually use 3D rendering and digital sculpting created with programs such as ZBrush with which Andrea create dreamlike creatures and worlds.

Chiampo has also shown its NFTs in several art exhibitions dedicated to the sector, such as at the DART in Milan, the Metaforum event in Luganoand the exhibition organized by the collector Poseidon DAO entitled “The future is not written” organized by Ivan Quaroni and Linda Tommasi.