Steve Pikelny

NFT/Crypto Art

Fake Internet Money is not legal tender, and may not be redeemable or exchangeable with other parties or markets following its initial offering. Minted on artblocks.io.
A generative art NFT published on artblocks.io. This website exhibits unminted versions of the project. Additionally, I made a fake art website to publish a fake interview with myself to elaborate on the project.

Web

A sleazy e-commerce platform selling a collection of pandemic-themed face masks and t shirts I designed.
A love letter to weird internet subcultures. A fake community of targeted individuals, starseeds, and pyramid scheme victims. A place where characters live in our world, but in a different reality. Some are real, and some are fake. The ads point to a highly currated collection of scam websites, with some of my sites thrown in for good measure.

This used to be a fully functioning web app, where anyone could sign in, make posts, message each other, and interact with a series of bots. But I ran out of free GCP credits, and it cost too much to host. It lives on in read-only mode.
An ERC20 contract, where it's tokens are not a security. Although, it might technically be a pyramid scheme.
A collection of small, audio-visual projects using HTML5 audio and css animations.
A fake fake news site I made over my 2016 Christmas vacation. At first I thought it was very funny, but now I'm disgusted with myself.
Transform text into vague nonsense using a markov chain generator.
A quick tool to play music with HTML5 Audio. There's syntax documentaion at the bottom of the page, and a sample tune logged to the console.
This has drastically different behavior between Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. I'm not entirely sure why.