Who could it be?
This post is merely to express my excitement. This has been a very challenging couple of years for many. Since entering the NFT Community at the beginning of 2021, I tried to represent Canadian creative in the same way that I approach my 30 year design business – with the best that I have to offer. What I have learned is that in order to stand out in the digital art community, you have to stand for something.
20 one of a kind NFTs
When I was approached by this brand through their agency, I was immediately interested. Not just because of the ambition of the project, but because of the way that they spoke about my art. I was told that they were “enamoured” by my work. That really meant something to me. Along with a stunning array of ingredients that I was provided, I pushed my knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to the limit. Four other Canadian digital artists are also contributing to this project for a total of 100 NFTs.
As a Canadian, this brand means something. To me and many others. As a digital visual artist, the opportunity to attach my name to this project is a real accomplishment. The blockchain will ensure that it will remain there – forever.
Still can’t see me? We’ll just see about that. https://t.co/gcpPA82wIH 🍁 #NFTcollaboration pic.twitter.com/Hn8vPuc0Iv— VECTORVAULT (@vectorvault) October 23, 2022
Dropping the week of Nov. 14, 2022
More details to follow. Can’t wait to share.
“There is no half way to the top.”
Who am I collaborating with on my next #NFT? You wouldn’t believe me if I told you. pic.twitter.com/8WPn6IUcgF— VECTORVAULT (@vectorvault) November 2, 2022
Wanna see what the inside of my brain looks like right now? Luck favours the prepared – and I need just about as much luck as I can get my hands on right now. Need a bulls eye. #Planning pic.twitter.com/wpdg71j8iT— VECTORVAULT (@vectorvault) October 31, 2022
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