• NFTipi Gratitude NFT

    NFTipi / Clarina is one of the kindest and most helpful people I have met in the NFT community since beginning my NFT journey, and is constantly onboarding new people, holding drop parties and daily rooms for beginners, collating and sending documents, the list goes on and on. A number of us who have benefited …

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  • Known Origin Genesis Drop: Subconscious

    Very proud to announce my Genesis drop on Known Origin, entitled “Subconscious”. This piece was originally part of the “Wasteland” series, which combined 35mm film artifact photos (grainy, blurry, burned photos from either end of the scanned film roll) with digital drawings, and would have been Wasteland #5. However, the more I shaped the piece, …

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  • Strategies for staying safe as an NFT artist

    As the NFT market has proliferated, so has the dark underbelly of scammers, copycats, and otherwise unsavory characters. The last week saw a particular increase in a scam which involved stealing the contents of artists wallets with the opening of a single file (more below), and the scams are sure to keep coming in different …

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  • Fermata Gallery 002: Sabet

    Recently I had the good fortune of getting one of the 33 newly released Oncyber “Genesis” Destinations, which is a virtual gallery space that can hold up to 38 paintings in a very smooth, well displayed format. I have big plans on how to use this space to support the community both abroad and here …

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  • NFT Marketing Basics: Clubhouse

    Here is the second part in the NFT Marketing Basics series, which might also be called: “Things I wish people told me when I started marketing my NFT’s” (be sure to check out the first part on Twitter as well). While Twitter is crucial for dynamically steering people towards clicking your NFT links, Clubhouse is …

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  • NFT Marketing Basics: Twitter

    I’m not an expert by any means, but I have been absorbing as much as I can from the NFT scene for the last few months, sold more than ten myself, and have been able to learn from various mistakes I’ve made along the way. One of the most difficult aspects of getting into the …

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  • Why all artists need to make NFT’s

    If you’re an artist in any medium, be it visual, musical, embroidery, you name it, then you should seriously consider researching NFTs right now and start making them yourself. Yes, the concept doesn’t make any sense at all at first, there are some minor technical barriers to overcome, and there is a lot of mixed …

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  • New Drop: B R E A T H E

    As a holistic health practitioner, meditator, and saxophone player, breathing has always been at the forefront of my consciousness, and in my background in Traditional Asian watercolor I have portrayed the Lungs in various themes: As you might guess, I have always been fascinated with the parallels between the imagery of tree branches and the …

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  • Fermata Series #1: Windchime

    The Fermata musical symbol is one that allows the musician to take a rest or hold a note for as long as they would like, and from some time ago I decided that it would be a mission statement of sorts that would unify all of the various pursuits in my past and future: Music, …

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  • Gratitude K-NFT

    This project was started as a gift to acknowledge the efforts of three individuals in the Korean NFT space that helped to establish the Korean NFT scene in its early stages: Donglee Han, Jin Seonwoo, Youngbum Park (Kingbit). Although there have been countless benefactors and supporters of the community here, these three stand out for …

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