My time to shine
My time to shine
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The afterlife of a human figure embodied and covered by elements of the spirit world. Created in the face of the death of a friend.
28 Sept 2022 - TBA
Start: 28 Sept 2022
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Lots to sell:
First Exchange-Traded NFT Fund Shuts Down
Porsche to auction car sketch as NFT
WISeKey to Commercially Launch its WISe.Art NFT Platform on September 1, 2021; the Platform will Auction High–Value NFTs of Luxury Items and Collectibles
Other Interesting NFTs
"I'm not smart enough to be an astronaut." That is what 7 year old Rayden told Micah the first time they met. How can a 7-year-old already feel limitations on his dreams? For centuries, the black community has been the target of a system designed to limit their power, their earning potential, their dreams. Now is your opportunity to help destroy the system. For the next 11 years, on each brother's birthday, (Rayden, Aug. 10/ Jacque Nov. 6), you the viewer, will be able to directly contribute Bitcoin to a wallet that will be given to each child upon turning 18. In what is one of the most powerful use cases for Bitcoin, 100% of your contributions and earnings will open all new doors for these special young men.
Cypher::Prophet is an artwork dedicated to the punk origins of blockchain designed and realized by hackatao and hex6c. In the transposition into images we started from the iconographic canons of the hacker (hoodie, laptop, cryptographic elements) and associated them with the figure of the prophet, thus highlighting the predictive nature of the works of Eric Hughes (Cypherpunk Manifesto, 1988) and Timothy C. May (Crypto Anarchist Manifesto, 1993) as well as of the blockchain inventors Stuart Haber and Scott Stornetta (How to Time-Stamp a Digital Document, The Journal of Cryptography, 1991). Read the full story on https://medium.com/@hex6c/cypher-prophet-the-punk-origins-of-blockchain-1e8fce311e72
Emoji #1 #1/3
Fun spiral fractal featuring a the laughing emoji
Not Forgotten, But Gone
Not Forgotten, But Gone by WhIsBe
Really Remote Working Part 3
The third piece is the Really Remote Working series, white sands and turquoise waters make this is a desk space like no other. Created during the lockdown period whilst being confined to the same place every day, this piece is part of a series of imaginary places that I dreamed of being able to work from.
The Doomed #64/100
Tech won't save us.