Amir Karimi is an environmental artist, architect and eco activist. With a background in architecture, Amir specializes in creating dream-like 3D animations. Striking for their otherworldly realism, Karimi’s artworks are warning signals to humanity to take immediate action against environmental issues in order to protect the home that we share and to build a better future for humans and animals alike. “The ticking cube acts as an alert to show us how much our environment is being destroyed in each second. The cube is a reminder to all of us so that everywhere we see an environmental issue, that cube will be pictured in our mind encouraging us to make some changes,” the artist states.
Amir received the second prize winner of DigitalArt4Climate art competition which is in partnership with UN-Habitat and his artwork "Every Second: Lake" was featured at the COP26 Conference in Glasgow 2021. Amir has been featured on CNBC Arabia TV which reaches over 50 million households in the Middle East. His series "Every Second" has been exhibited in various prestigious exhibitions including The Wrong Biennale, Spain, DigitalArt4Climate (COP26, Glasgow, UK), Iconic Mints by Dow Jones Live and Wall Street Journal+ (virtual), WOW Summit '22 "Alternative Reality" Show, Dubai, Seattle Museum "The Climate Conversation” , Neo Shibuya's digital billboards by ArtsHelp, Toronto and Tokyo, NFTLiverpool, and NFTNYC23 "SUBJECTIVE|" by AOI x Pulsr.