nft art show
Ramona at “Physically Digital” a Pop-up NFT Art Exhibit by @NFT_Goat
The original 3D, multilayered “Ramona” BRANDED™ piece will be on display at Goat NFT Gallery from May 5 – 14 (along with its complimentary NFT). Together, they form 2 halves of the same story and bookend a digital art journey that is older than the Blockchain itself.
*Please note: The physical art is not attached to the digital art and is not for sale or included in the sale of the NFT.
One of a dozen 1 of 1 portraits from the YouNique NFT Collection
“Ramona” was one of 12 digital vector artworks created for a collection called BRANDED™. Each of these female portraits was printed on multiple layers of clear plastic and then set into custom frames. The show ran for 4 weeks in the Summer of 2008 at Supermarket in Toronto.
Years later, Ramona and her sisters have resurfaced. This time as NFTs of the same name. The YouNique NFT Collection picks up 14 years later right where the BRANDED™ show left off. This time as digital tokens steeped in Toronto art history.
Dragonfly by NFT Nat at “Physically Digital” a Pop-up NFT Art Exhibit by @NFT_Goat
Physical Collage and Digital Twin
As part of her Black History Month Tribute Series, NFT Nat has created an exquisite portrait made up of magazine pieces from her own private collection. This one contains jewelry components. As the daughter of a designer herself, Natalie always tries to add personal touches to everything that she creates.
I was offered an chance to display my NFT in this stunning Portl frame by Searchlight NFT. Once I had an opportunity to see how it can be used, I immediately began building a piece specifically for this format (including custom audio by NFT Nat). The show had a halloween theme, so I created this animated portrait with some gothic touches.
Help me Obi Wan Kenobi, you're my only hope. – https://t.co/oJKLrXXLZM A special thanks to @kas__vegas and the @SearchNFTs team for making this 3D #Hologram possible. See it tonight at the @dordor_nyc #nftNYC opening exhibit #QRcode pic.twitter.com/q7qfWVi031
— VECTORVAULT (@vectorvault) November 1, 2021
Canada is coming in hot!
After a dedicated year in the world of NFTs, Vectorvault has been included in the NFT NYC conference. As part of the Mask Ephemera Exhibit curated by Searchlight by NFT Tips. Vectorvault will be featured alongside some of the most exciting Creators in the space today.
Apparently, “if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere“. That sentiment will be put to the test with an exclusive piece entitled “Windows to the Soul”. A manually animated vector collage comprised of over 15 years of vector components from the Vectorvault Toolbox *(est 2005).
“I have been making digital art for almost 30 years. Long before I knew that there was even a market for it. This show in NYC is a special milestone for me.”
Vectorvault (aka. Adam Jarvis)
Officially recognized as a Canadian Digital Visual Artist by Canada Council for the Arts, he works from his studio in Toronto. Along with this NFT Production Manager and co/owner NFT Nat, they have become active participants in this exciting digital artistic renaissance.
“Windows to the Soul” by Vectorvault.
The buyer of this NFT will also be included in a page that catalogues this piece and it’s history. This extra support is designed to increase secondary sales and record a buyer’s involvement. Read more here.
Apparently, "if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere”. #MaskEphemera #NFTExhibition @NFT_NYC @edisonballroom – Nov. 1 – 4 curated by @SearchNFTs :: @JenJoyRoybal @kas__vegas @PilarCote https://t.co/l6XnC7frc6 @NFTnats @clubb_q @lifewithart_ #TimesSquare & #Metaverse pic.twitter.com/fAmXhlEAj8
— VECTORVAULT (@vectorvault) October 7, 2021
SearchLight by NFTs.Tips is proud to announce a curated show for the NFT.NYC Conference.
Mask Ephemera Exhibition
November 1-4, 2021
New York City and the Metaverse
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