Daniel Isles is an Birmingham-born illustrator currently residing in Japan, who has spent most of his life drawing and making his own comic strips. He eventually picked up commissioned work for various clients like Capcim UK and Jamla Records. Better known by his online moniker "Dirty Robot” Isles works toward creating his own universe populated by these futuristic characters — and when clicking through hundreds of his illustrations, you see recurring characters and start to understand their stories through the expressive body language he can depict.

As a streetwear head from the 2006-era, Isles shares similar interests and references much of the same things that inspire us — this becomes apparent when you take a look at the futuristic, branded gear and sneakers his characters are drawn in. His unique world is filled with higher-evolved animals, telekinetic androids and dodgy boost-crews armed with futuristic weapons. Currently 3/4ths of the way through his 365-day project, he aims to put out a book with his work.

As a streetwear head from the 2006-era, Isles shares similar interests and references much of the same things that inspire us — this becomes apparent when you take a look at the futuristic, branded gear and sneakers his characters are drawn in. His unique world is filled with higher-evolved animals, telekinetic androids and dodgy boost-crews armed with futuristic weapons. Currently 3/4ths of the way through his 365-day project, he aims to put out a book with his work.

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©Daniel Isles, NFT, https://superrare.com/dirtyrobot

A piece more rare than the title... Keep on rocking! Crafted with friends-- we have Mickel Ledford on the animation and Smith the Mister on the audio. // The collector of this piece will also receive a 1/1 special 8-Bit rendition of Rocking Horse S***! by Steven Bryant and Smith the Mister.

©Daniel Isles, NFT, https://superrare.com/dirtyrobot

Most fairies live in hollow hills or in an underground country where the summer never ends, and the Garden of Fairies is no different. By tradition, the best times for seeing fairies are twilight and midnight when the moon is full. It is sometimes said that fairies are seen only in the twinkling of an eye, or between the blinking of the next, though for fairies themselves a single second is long enough for a myriad of things to happen.  Visitors to the garden have a completely opposite experience which feels like merely minutes or hours have passed; only to find they’ve woken up years later.

Where to buy NFT?
https://superrare.com/dirtyrobot

Official artist links:
https://twitter.com/DirtyRobotWorks
https://dirtyrobot.work/
https://www.instagram.com/dirtyrobot/