Sneaky Vampire Syndicate: Our Amazing Unique 1/1 Vampiresses

Due to the fact it is #InternationalWomensDay, we thought it only fitting to shed some light, provide detail on the inspiration, and show off the eight amazing female artists who created the 8 unique pieces within the Sneaky Vampiress Syndicate.

One of our main objectives within the Sneaky Vampiress Syndicate was to provide a female angle, empower women and show off some of the amazing talent of females within the NFT Scene.

We are aware that in the current NFT scene, women are often not given the same equal opportunity as many others. This has taken a positive turn in recent times, but it is still something that we are actively working towards to make a difference in. We thought what better than to be able to showcase some amazing work by eight amazing female artists within our Generation 2 collection.

One of the major efforts we have taken to give more exposure to women through our work is the entirety of our Gen 2, The Vampiresses. Our entire Gen 2 collection of SVS is solely dedicated to females, and one of our main ideas leading into it was to use our large platform to be able to garner more positive attention to all female NFT artists within the space! With all of our collections at SVS we have always adhered to the idea of having some unique pieces hidden in there.

So how did we do this with our Vampiresses launch? We decided that nothing would be more exciting than getting our 8 unique pieces created by 8 separate female artists within the NFT space! We were completely impartial to this, it did not matter to us if the artist was not entirely “well known” as others, as long as they were as excited for the opportunity as we were with the idea; we were more than happy with the outcome! So here’s a little highlight on each of the amazing unique piece from within the Sneaky Vampiress Syndicate, along with the female artists that provided their amazing touch for each piece. Be sure to check them out via the provided links!

#1 The Shambleau

The Shambleau is based off of “Shambleau” is a short story by American science fiction and fantasy writer C. L. Moore. Shambleau is a female space Vampire who feeds on the life-force of others using the extensible, worm-like appendages it has instead of hair.

The Shambleau

The Shambleau is created by Alycia Rainaud.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/maalavidaaa
Instagram: https://instagram.com/maalavidaa
Superrare: http://superrare.co/maalavidaa

#2 The Tall Lady

The Tall Lady is inspired by Alcina Dimitrescu who is better known as Lady Dimitrescu, is a character in the Resident Evil horror franchise. She was introduced as one of the major antagonistic figures in the video game Resident Evil Village in which she is presented as a gigantic noblewoman with vampire-like traits who resides with her three daughters in Castle Dimitrescu.

The Tall Lady

The Tall Lady is created by Varvara Alay.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/VarvaraAlay
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/varvaraalay/
Foundation: http://foundation.app/VarvaraAlay

#3 The Elegant One

The Elegant One is based off Morticia Addams, who is a fictional character from The Addams Family television and film series. She originated in the Charles Addams cartoons for The New Yorker magazine in the 1930s.

The Elegant One

The Elegant One is created by Thaaksi Art.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Thaaksi_Art
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thaaks.i_nft/
Rarible: https://rarible.com/thaaks

#4 The Hunter

The Hunter is based off Selene, who is the main protagonist of the urban fantasy action Underworld films. Selene is a former Vampire Death Dealer, sired by the Vampire Elder Viktor after he had slaughtered her family unknown to her.

The Hunter

The Hunter is created by Gemma Louise.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/thegirlwithnfts
Instagram: https://instagram.com/thegirlwithnfts
Linktree: https://linktr.ee/TheGirlWithTheTattoo

#5 The Puzzled One

The Puzzles One is based off of Jeanette Voerman. Jeanette is a character from the game “Vampire: The Masquerade” which is a tabletop role-playing game created by Mark Rein-Hagen and released in 1991. Jeanette Voerman owns a nightclub called The Asylum with her sister, Therese.

The Puzzled One

The Puzzled One is created by EirdisR.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/EirdisR
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eirdis/
Superrare: https://superrare.com/eirdis

#6 The Blood Countess

The Blood Countess is inspired by Elizabeth Bathory. Bathory is reputed to have killed at least six hundred victims, earning her a Guinness World Record for most prolific female murderer. Her actions resulted in a nickname of the “Blood Countess” and may have been a source of inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

The Blood Countess

The Blood Countess is created by Tangibleize.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/tangibleize

#7 The Rocker

The Rocker is inspired by Marceline the Vampire Queen who is one of the main characters in Adventure Time and the main protagonist of the miniseries Stakes. Marceline is a fun-loving and playful 1,000-year-old vampire queen. Unlike a traditional vampire, Marceline does not need to drink blood to survive; rather, she consumes the colour red, or other similar tints.

The Rocker

The Rocker is created by Glam Beckett.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/glambeckettart
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glambeckett/
Foundation: https://foundation.app/@GlamBeckett

#8 The Charmer

The Charmer is based off of Santánico Pandemonium who is a character who first appeared in the first film of the film series from Dusk Till Dawn. She was the Vampire Queen of the Titty Twister and a former dhampir before being turned by her mother and grandmother.

The Charmer

The Charmer is created by Lisztmachina.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/lisztmachina
Website: https://www.lisztmachina.art/
Foundation: https://foundation.app/@lisztmachina

Once again we thank all eight artists for spending their time to create such an amazing piece for the Sneaky Vampiress Syndicate. Please spend some time checking out each artists social medias, links, website and art — it is all truly amazing!

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