Regular price $1,200



Digital artwork in acrylic frame with minted NFT

Framed: 8.5 x 5.75 inches
Artwork: 6 x 3.25 inches


About Yellow Girls: 
This image is a vibrant and surreal composition with multiple elements that seem to draw inspiration from various art movements and contemporary visual art techniques:

* Surrealism: The presence of characters in yellow bodysuits performing unusual activities, such as floating and sitting in unexpected places, contributes to a dreamlike, surreal atmosphere reminiscent of the works of Salvador Dali or Rene Magritte.

* Pop Art: The bright yellow color that dominates the scene and the use of contemporary urban fashion could be interpreted as nods to Pop Art, which often uses bold colors and embraces popular culture.

* Performance Art: The staged nature of the character’s actions and how they interact with the urban environment can be seen as a form of live performance art

* Photomontage: The scene likely involves digital manipulation, combining photography with AI elements like the oversized moon, enhancing the fantastical quality of the image.

The result is a captivating, otherworld

E-UPHORIA aka Alessia Moccia, is more than just an art advisory; it is a platform dedicated to unveiling the profound connection that lies beneath every art transaction.

I firmly believe that integrating art into your space goes beyond mere decoration—it sparks an engaging narrative and fosters a harmonious synergy. With each interaction, I strive to celebrate and nurture the unique bond between artist and client, ensuring a meaningful and enriching exchange.

Over the last two years, I took photographs daily on Miami and New York streets. 

As a growing number of women street photographers contributing to this dynamic genre, I enter the territory with a dreamlike and distinctly imaginary eye, offering a surreal addition to the tradition of street photography. 

Through my visionary and whimsical concept, I witnessed the galaxy merged in the city's sidewalks—a futuristic vision inspired by the Metaverse. 

Photography is like air and water.

I juxtapose a real-world setting with fantastical elements that move to another reality: the Metaverse meets Miami, New York, and the Galaxy.

My photos are heavily altered; it is an intentional manipulation of the image, a precise color choice, and all the elements are chosen on purpose.

I use photography to support women, inclusivity, and equality.