Let’s face it: NFT space moves very fast. Given the speed of change in the metaverse, a week on NFT may be comparable to a month on IRL.
Don’t get me wrong, the more people in this space, the better. But with the constant influx of great art and ideas, it’s getting harder and harder to keep up with all the news, launches, and general happenings.
Forget endless Twitter and Discord days.
what: Two pieces of 3rd edition NFT art
when: January 3 @ 2:00 PM ET
where: Nifty Gateway
Why: Doodle illustrator Candan’s latest creative work explores the empathy involved in simply “facing” others. Candan’s signature black and white illustrations, done in his style, dozens of tiny faces converge on his one prominent face on each piece of the drop.
Who: Beer Vanger
what: 368 edition generative art mint
when: January 4 @ 1:00 PM ET
where: art block
Why: In light of recent trends in AI art enabled by machine learning techniques, Beervangeer likens trained models used in cases like image synthesis to allegories of the unconscious mind. The end result is an algorithm that produces a “multidimensional field of color and motion”. nominal field.
Who: Amar Amzai
what: 1 open version NFT, 1 25 version NFT
when: January 4 @ 6:30 PM ET
where: Nifty Gateway
Why: Engineering Artistry brings together Indonesian artist Amar Amzai’s two lifelong loves of engineering and art into one creative series. Presented by Nifty Gateway’s own Moderator Collective (an art collective featuring moderators from the Nifty Gateway community), his two of Amzai’s intricately detailed artwork are available in 25 edition and open edition formats respectively.
act of the world
Who: Tyler Faust, Super Nfty, Pablo Andrés Pozomore
what: A unique NFT game that combines strategy game mechanics with NFT art collecting
when: January 5 @ 2:00 PM ET
where: act of the world
Why: If you could collect… the world? Deeds of the World wants to give players that kind of experience. By collecting in-game territories, players can eventually collect deeds that represent entire nations. Best of all, each of the 237 deeds we plan to include within the game is represented by an artwork created by an artist from his IRL in the corresponding country.
poem of loneliness
Who: Hossein Gostasbi
what: Collection mechanism TBA
when: January 5 @ 6:30 PM ET
where: Maker’s Place
Why: Iranian photographer Hossein Goshtasbi’s latest creative work shows the artist’s unique “poetic conceptualism” taking another leap. By fusing the surrealist motifs found throughout Gostasbi’s work with dreamy Impressionist settings, the artist hopes to elicit a sense of intrigue from the viewer. And his latest work, Poems of Solitude, is no exception.