Fidenza #723

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Fidenza is by far my most versatile algorithm to date. Although the program stays focused on structured curves and blocks, the varieties of scale, organization, texture, and color usage it can employ create a wide array of generative possibilities. Additional project feature(s) => Scale:Jumbo, Turbulence:High, Colors:Dark Lifestyle, Have Margin:No, Spiral:No, Soft Shapes:No, Super Blocks:No, Collision Check:No Overlap, Outlined:No, Shape Angles:Curved, Density:High
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NFT Time: 11 June 2021 - TBA
Dates: Start: 11 June 2021
End actual: 18 Aug 2021
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Exit Price: 1,992,480.00 USD
Lots to sell: 1
Lots sold: 1
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