UNLISTED – Collection of one-of-a-kind NFTs
Dropping soon • Update to follow
Black, White and Red represent more than an established Canadian digital art brand. For Vectorvault, they provide primary contrast for unique stories that are captured forever on the blockchain.
Since 2005, Vectorvault has been at the forefront of the world-wide vector art movement. Writing over a thousand posts about inspirational digital artists and their work. We have participated and payed dues. This is a point of pride because we did not do it for money. Along the way, we resisted ad banners and kept the brand pure. For those who never “got it” – you’re about to. This collection draws from thousands of vector components designed by Adam Jarvis personally. Each NFT is animated manually and thoughtfully crafted to provide value for NFT investors. This post in fact is the embodiment of that commitment to the very highest levels of NFT Customer Service.
Thank you for taking a moment to review these NFTs
Please consider placing a bid on them. In addition to becoming owner of a piece of Canadian Digital Art History, you will also gain the attention of this brand. We treat our collectors well. But even if you don’t place a bid, if you like them, please share. That thoughtful gesture along with a personal note could really help to put these pieces into the right wallets with the right people. We reciprocate kind gestures.
Crafted in Canada
Vectorvault (aka. Adam Jarvis) is recognized by Canada Council for the Arts as an official Canadian Digital Visual Artist. We understand the responsibility to represent this awesome country and set an example. Our recent NFT with international UK Soul Legend Omar used Canadian production and suppliers. So yeah, we invest in our economy. It’s in the DNA of this brand since the get go.
The promotion of this NFT series is supported by this hashtag. Please use it to help create magnetism for this collection. A great deal of time and care went into each. Any push that you can provide is appreciated. Thanks.
— VECTORVAULT (@vectorvault) September 23, 2021