English artist Damien Hirst’s latest project, “The Currency”, is an artwork in two forms. Its physical form is 10,000 unique hand-painted A4 sheets covered in colourful dots. In the same way as paper money, each sheet includes a holographic image of Hirst, a signature, a microdot and – in place of a serial number – a small individual message.
The Currency is a collection of 10,000 NFTs which correspond to 10,000 unique physical artworks by Damien Hirst, with the NFTs containing high-resolution images of the front and back of each of the 10,000 artworks.
Foundation has brought on pioneering digital artist and NFT consultant Kyt Janae to fill a newly created role as Director… Read More
At the Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat on the French Riviera, Present the Future will welcome artists, collectors and art enthusiasts for the… Read More
In 2019, artist Lans King had an NTAG216 NFC microchip capsule implanted in his left hand by Jowan Österlund of… Read More
In a world dominated by male artists and techies, New York-based artist Olive Allen stands out not only for her… Read More
Joe Kennedy and Jonny Burt of Unit London to launch Institut a new NFT platform in collaboration with an international consortium of artists and collectors and BTSE a cryptocurrency trading platforms.
We’ve known Bruce a long time at FAD I think the first time we came across him was when he released 1000 videos on Youtube in 2014 then in 2015 we met him in the flesh at Concrete a bar above the Hayward Gallery
Daata have partnered up with Foundation for an inaugural drop of three artists who have been making waves on the web and in the world. For insights into how to grow a digital art entity organically and at scale in alignment with their existing philosophy, FAD’s MOOGZ got in the mix with Daata’s key players: founder David Gryn, Daata Fair organiser Barnie Page and Daata’s tech wiz Josh Hardy.
Daniel Arsham to push the boundaries of NFTs with time-based digital sculptures that slowly disintegrate and then reforms over the year.
Daniel Arsham Studio, in partnership with Nifty Gateway, announces the inaugural launch of Daniel Arsham’s first NFT artwork, to be released as a solo drop on Nifty Gateway on Saturday, May 22nd at 7pm EST. Conceived as a series of 10 digital sculptures, each subsequent sculpture will be released over the coming months.
Art collective Guardiol to launch NFT blockchain-backed synthetic gemstones to help protect biodiversity and the environment.
Mining for commercial gemstones causes contaminated water, releases toxins into the air, erodes soil and destroys vegetation. Hazardous chemicals used… Read More
Artist David Datuna + The Dole Sunshine Company launch NFT art series to further the goal of making nutritious foods accessible for 1 billion people.
The Dole Sunshine Company today announced that it has joined forces with artist David Datuna —you know, the one who ate… Read More
Sotheby’s embarks on its debut NFT partnership with Pak, one of the foremost digital creators, to bring their novel works to collectors through a unique sale that will explore the possibilities of crypto technology through the lens of art. ‘The Fungible’ Collection by Pak will be released over a three day period taking place 12th– 14th April, in collaboration with Sotheby’s and exclusively on Nifty Gateway.
We caught up with the artist Ben Elliot during The Artist Is Online: Painting & Sculpture In The Post Digital Age
A group show presented by König Gallery in Decentraland, to talk about the show his art practice and the future.
Pace Gallery has announced the appointment of Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle in the newly created position of Online Sales Director. Boyle will work to support artists in the development of NFTs and digitally native projects.
We managed to catch a virtual chat (aren’t they all nowadays) with one of the most important players in the digital /NFT world An Rong Director of Art & Cultural program at SuperRare ahead of their exhibition Invisible Cities which opens today April 2nd on SuperRare, Decentraland and Hook Art.
SuperRare present Invisible Cities, a groundbreaking exhibition of NFT art curated by An Rong and Elisabeth Johs.
SuperRare present Invisible Cities, a groundbreaking exhibition of NFT art presented in a virtual gallery, curated by An Rong and Elisabeth Johs. Inspired by the pioneering text by Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities presents a digital exploration of the relationship between the visible and the invisible of our real and imagined cities from a distance and under close observation.
New NFT curated gallery CHAIN/SAW launches with original Pepe the Frog, “Feels Good Man” panel by Matt Furie
CHAIN/SAW NFT Gallery’s inaugural exhibition, Iconography & The Internet, has added an extremely culturally-noteworthy NFT to its opening roster and forthcoming auction, the original Pepe the Frog, “Feels Good Man” panel from 2006 by Matt Furie,
$69.3 million is a lot of money to spend on something you cannot touch, that does not occupy space and that cannot even be seen without flicking a switch. Now the dust has settled on Beeple’s epic auction debut, it is time to soberly consider whether it is worth it. Spoiler – it probably is! We are, after all, living in the future.
According to a report in The Art Newspaper Damien Hirst’s artwork, The Currency is to launch on a new NFT platform Palm.
WEBB talks about the intersection of video games & art, the digital identity + the potential of creating new worlds online.
In the first of this new FAD series of interviews with digital talent in the crypto-art space, MOOGZ aka Matthew O’Donnell talks to artist WEBB, aka Thomas Webb about the intersection of video games and art, the digital identity, and the potential of creating new worlds online.