NFT Art Daily

2021 has seen a precipitous rise in the use, and social media mentions of, NFTs. Who are they for? And who creates NFTs? We took up online archeology to find new stars in the art market. At the end of each day, we will share our discoveries with you. So let’s go!

MEET THE ARTISTS

German, @jungleeffec in Instagram
His Skull Candy is available on Foundation.App. Reserve Price: 0.15 ETH ($332.25). The author is laconic. He hides his surname. Writes about himself simply: “Love simulate and animate )”. But look at his artworks!

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Milana Juventa, @MilanaJuventa in Instagram
Cryptogirl, a prizewinning Russian painter and digital artist whose works have been featured in shows internationally.

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Eduard Mykhailov, @eduard_ov in Instagram
Eduard Mykhailov (Eduard_ov) is a Digital Artist with 10 years experience in motion design. Usually work with different styles of 3D and 2D artworks. Love the cyberpunk movement and all strange things from another dimension, almost all artworks come with bright and vivid colors. Always want to make something unusual, and satisfying. Had clients such as Marshmello, Massive Attack, Adidas, KFC, MSI, DJ SNAKE, Martin Garrix.

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Mihail Habarov, @habarov_mihail in Instagram
Motion designer from Kaluga.

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NFT ART NEWS

Korea’s First NFT Art Auction Sold Mari Kim’s Artwork for KRW 600 Million

10 seconds animated artwork was sold for 288 Ethereums at Korea’s first NFT art auction launched by Pica Project on March 17. The artwork, which had a starting price of KRW 50 million, was sold to a Korean bidder after fierce competition with a winning bid of 288 Ethereums, equivalent to KRW 600 million. The auction was held on DeFine Art’s website, a decentralized NFT (Non-Fungible Token) platform developed by Piction Network, a creator-oriented decentralized digital content ecosystem, and jointly operated by Pica Project. Using blockchain-based NFTs, the world-known artist Mari Kim transformed her art into a new digital form that is freely shareable online. The bid price was more than eleven times higher than the initial bid and the highest selling price for a Mari Kim artwork, for example, four times higher than the price of her ‘Tree of Life (2019)’ sold at KRW 150 million at Gana Art Center, Seoul, in 2020. The successful sale of a Korean artist’s NFT work for hundreds of millions of won has profound implications and is creating a huge sensation in both domestic and international art scenes.

87-Year-Old Comic Book Artist Reportedly Making Millions Selling NFTs

The NFT world has also become a point of contention within the comic industry, and it looks like a major Bronze Age artist is now part of that. A new article from the Los Angeles Times reveals how Jose Delbo, an artist known for his work on Wonder Woman and Transformers, has found a new outlet for his artwork within the NFT market. According to the report, fans bought a set of NFTs from Delbo and the artist team Hacktao this spring, which featured art involving Wonder Woman earned the equivalent of nearly $2 million. A later NFT auction from Delbo, which featured a newly-created original hero, earned more than $1 million.

Rob Liefeld To Launch New Superhero Team By NFT, But Changed His Mind

Rob Liefeld posted the following to Facebook: “I was going to have an NFT drop this weekend. It was submitted and prepared weeks in advance. WAS. I pulled it. Too much unknown. Environmental concerns. Market concerns. There were a bunch of spin off pieces, additional “tokens” highlighting each character. All these bold new characters will meet you a little later on down the road. Colors by the brilliant Jay David Ramos”.

Lee “Scratch” Perry releases NFT

More and more artists are releasing NFTS and now reggae icon Lee Scratch Perry is throwing his bauble-bedazzled hat in the ring. Perry, along with a group called “Cryptorastas,” have released a 1/1 NFT on the Opensea platform.

Viberate is the first to tokenize live performances

Nearly half a million artists on the Viberate platform will soon have the option of creating NFT holding rights to their live performances. The first one is acclaimed techno DJ Umek. Blockchain-based music research and analytics platform Viberate entered the crypto market with its 2017 initial coin offering, in which it famously sold out its VIB token (available on Binance, Bittrex, OKEx and Uniswap) in under five minutes. Today, it’s announcing it’s testing the concept of the first-ever “live gig NFT.”