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This NFT was created exclusively for the Mask Ephemera Exhibition as part of NFT.NYC. Displayed at the Searchlight by NFTs.tips Conference (Nov. 1 - 4, 2021).

“The pandemic has changed the way that we see each other. Masks have become a socially accepted accessory. Now, more than ever, the eyes need to convey who we are and what we are thinking. This NFT looks deeper into what it means to be seen and speak without saying a word.”

All 489 frames were manually-animated using an assortment of original vector components from the Vectorvault Digital Toolbox. This is the seventh NFT minted for the "Black - White - Red" 1 of 1 collection.

The buyer for this NFT will be recorded on a dedicated page along with the transaction details.

One-of-a-kind Non-fungible Token

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Originally created: September 12, 2021

Minted on: October 13, 2021

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Black, White and Red represent more than an established Canadian digital art brand. Together, they provide primary contrast for unique stories that are captured forever on the blockchain.

Since 2005, Vectorvault has been at the forefront of vector art. Drawing from thousands of vector components designed by Adam Jarvis, this collection is created with care. Each NFT is animated manually and thoughtfully crafted to provide value for NFT investors.

Vectorvault (aka. Adam Jarvis) is recognized by the Canada Council for the Arts as an official Canadian Digital Visual Artist.

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This NFT was created exclusively for the Mask Ephemera Exhibition as part of NFT.NYC. Displayed at the Searchlight by NFTs.tips Conference (Nov. 1 - 4, 2021).

“The pandemic has changed the way that we see each other. Masks have become a socially accepted accessory. Now, more than ever, the eyes need to convey who we are and what we are thinking. This NFT looks deeper into what it means to be seen and speak without saying a word.”

All 489 frames were manually-animated using an assortment of original vector components from the Vectorvault Digital Toolbox. This is the seventh NFT minted for the "Black - White - Red" 1 of 1 collection.

The buyer for this NFT will be recorded on a dedicated page along with the transaction details.

One-of-a-kind Non-fungible Token

1080 px X 1920 px

Originally created: September 12, 2021

Minted on: October 13, 2021

vertical_splitAbout Black - White - Redexpand_more

Black, White and Red represent more than an established Canadian digital art brand. Together, they provide primary contrast for unique stories that are captured forever on the blockchain.

Since 2005, Vectorvault has been at the forefront of vector art. Drawing from thousands of vector components designed by Adam Jarvis, this collection is created with care. Each NFT is animated manually and thoughtfully crafted to provide value for NFT investors.

Vectorvault (aka. Adam Jarvis) is recognized by the Canada Council for the Arts as an official Canadian Digital Visual Artist.

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