Follow along for work in progress and minted NFT work. Plus some insights into the artist and the process.
UPDATE: I did it!
I successfully launched 7 NFTs in a row. Feels great.
One new NFT drop, each day for a week
In celebration of being accepted as a Foundation Creator, Vectorvault has announced the debut of a series of ultra-rare NFT collectables. From April 2 – 8, each day a new original piece of digital art will be released on the Vectorvault Foundation Portfolio.
Classic Family Fun
Here’s the deal
If you’re looking for a break from all of this confinement, I suggest you call a family meeting to the table and just start dealing. *(Phones off).
Looking back on a year like no other
Vectorvault was re-established this year with a new look and new enthusiasm for vector art. If you are familiar with the benefits of vector design, then you already know it touches everything from animation, typesetting, packaging, graphic design and beyond.
We knew this back in 2005 when we started this project. Our self-imposed mission has always been to find the very best examples of vector art and catalogue it. But more importantly to showcase the creative people behind the work.
Japanese Anime Dream Motorcyle
EV-1K/56 embodies the inspiration of retro military aircraft design combined with cutting edge futuristic graphic blueprint. This next level collaboration with @katalis.co , a multidisciplinary design studio based in Jakarta, Indonesia, is geared towards eco-conscious riders who also appreciate progressive outlook in electric vehicle design. This EV-1K/56 is designed by the principal designer of Katalis, Julian Palapa, an architect by discipline and enhanced with powerful graphic elements of M56, taking the future of mobility to be transformed into a work of art, worthy of museum display.
An evolution of the Katalis EV.500 electric motorcycle.
I’m not sure which I love more, the stunning minimal design of the body or the striking vector graphic design that covers it. Whatever it is, I want to sit on this environmentally-friendly work of motorcycle art.
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Lenticular printing is a specialized image process that uses bevelled lenses to create the illusion of depth or motion. Although the original process dates back to 1896, this process has come a long way.
I’ve been fascinated with lenticulars ever since I pulled one out of a Frosted Flakes cereal box in the 80’s. I could not understand how an image could move simply by the way that I moved it in my hand. Years later, I would be given the opportunity to design several of my own. One for Miller Genuine Draft. Looking back, that was almost 15 years ago:
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