NFT Art Daily 20.04.2021

What’s going on here? That’s the feeling you’ve experienced while reading about Grimes getting millions of dollars for NFTs or about Nyan Cat being sold as one. And by the time we all thought we could launch our own NFTs. Meet NFT artists! Read NFT news!

MEET THE ARTISTS

Arthur kAshak

He is a multidiscipline artist. He has been doing creative work for over 20 years: street art, classical and abstract art. Participated exhibitions all over the world.

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Maxim Zhestkov

Maxim Zhestkov’s project Layers explores the relationship between external simplicity and internal complexity. Featured in the film are seemingly impenetrable digital sculptures that gradually reveal their true nature, affected by invisible forces from the outside. Stiff and distant at first sight, monuments turn out to be vivid and vibrant on the inside. Cutting through the monuments, the artist reveals complex geometrical shapes on the intersections and connections of different forms. Reacting to external impulses and uncovering their essence, simple blocks transform into portals to other dimensions, expanding the boundaries of our three-dimensional world. This is the artist’s first NFT. The collector will receive the full film in 4K resolution and a set of high-res images.

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Di Mel

NFT artist, director, digital art it’s future.

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NFT ART NEWS

Justin Sun aims to register high-value art on blockchain via NFT Investment Fund

The fund, which now holds around $30 million worth of art, aims to acquire artworks with a minimum price of $1 million and a $10 million median price. The restrictions are meant to ensure that the fund is focused on artists whose market’s have longevity. “We believe the art space is also subject to the 80–20 rule, or the Pareto Principle, where only the value of the artists sitting at the tippy-top of the pyramid can stand the test of time,” said Sun in a statement.

Sun’s establishment of the fund and his subsequent art buying spree is part of a larger effort to capitalize on the recent growth of the NFT market. In the days after the announcement, Sun confirmed that the fund purchased a $20 million Picasso painting titled Femme Nue Couchée au Collier (Marie-Thérèse), from 1932, and a $2 million Warhol, Three Self Portraits (1986), at Christie’s in London during their modern and contemporary evening art sale on March 23. This was all announced just after he revealed he was the underbidder on the record-breaking NFT by cult digital artist Beeple, which sold for $69 million in an online sale at Christie’s.

On April 18, Sun announced on social media that he had also purchased a collection of NFT works by Pak during an online auction staged by Nifty Gateway and Sotheby’s. In total, the auction of Pak’s NFTs brought in $17 million. Sun also said he bought Ocean Front, an NFT artwork by Beeple, for $6 million on March 23, and that this piece was the first one to be tokenized by JUST NFT.

Blogger Ruslan Sokolovsky published an art dedicated to Bitcoin

Ruslan Sokolovsky, convicted of catching Pokemon in the сathedral, Moscow artist RASKO and the crypto industry media Prometheus, published an art dedicated to Bitcoin. The NFT release was presented as a 3D scan of graffiti on the roof of one of the Moscow buildings, accompanied by a music video. The team plans to create a collection of graffiti dedicated to Bitcoin in different countries. The release was prepared and published with the support of ARKA, the first NFT agency in the CIS.

CASETiFY created its first one-of-a-kind NFT art piece

CASETiFY is getting in on the non-fungible token craze with its first-ever NFT art piece. The exclusive digital work of art is a one-of-a-kind piece that’s accompanied by an industrial-grade stainless steel iPhone case and it gives collectors the chance to own a piece of digital art history. As CASETiFY explains, “Like any asset, NFTs can rise dramatically in value – the first-ever NFT sold via Christie’s auction fetched an astounding $69 million USD.”

Thanks to this digital innovation, the company’s fun smartphone case designs are being introduced to the blockchain. The NFT art piece was inspired by “space-age machinery in motion” and the digital asset is going up for auction on Opensea. As well as getting bragging rights about owning Space Age NFT Art by CASETiFY, the highest bidder will get to say that they have the first tangible stainless steel iPhone case from the company.