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A timeless bridge between 2 artists from the 16th Century, yours truly from the 21st, and artists of the future. Frans Huys, a Belgian illustrator (1522-1562), made beautiful illustrations of strange masks from sculptor Cornelis Floris de Vriendt (1514-1575), printed to provide stone carvers with interesting faces to adorn buildings. The Rijks Museum made beautiful high resolution scans and offered them in public domain, which I took, cleaned deeply and carefully, and added my surreal digital magic, uploading them straight to contemporary crypto art. Here it stands, floating in the digital void, outside of time. Already on tracks for its future evolution. This collaboration of 3 European artists over 5 centuries, and artists to come, makes you ponder a lot about time, culture and tools. I use the digital solidity of the blockchain so that in the future, another artist finds these works, and make them evolve with the breakthrough art practice or ecosystem of that time. These works are not finished, they're never-ending time travellers. An ethereal blockchain made of art and time. A piece of art history is usually a piece of the past: these are pieces of the past, present and future. If time is a jungle, I am the machete, and collectors are the cobblestones of the road. More about the project: https://jaen.art/phase1 The bids will be considered after the full release of the Cornælhuys 1st Phase on the 30th of April, celebrated with a virtual solo show with Tara Digital Collective.
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A timeless bridge between 2 artists from the 16th Century, yours truly from the 21st, and artists of the future. Frans Huys, a Belgian illustrator (1522-1562), made beautiful illustrations of strange masks from sculptor Cornelis Floris de Vriendt (1514-1575), printed to provide stone carvers with interesting faces to adorn buildings. The Rijks Museum made beautiful high resolution scans and offered them in public domain, which I took, cleaned deeply and carefully, and added my surreal digital magic, uploading them straight to contemporary crypto art. Here it stands, floating in the digital void, outside of time. Already on tracks for its future evolution. This collaboration of 3 European artists over 5 centuries, and artists to come, makes you ponder a lot about time, culture and tools. I use the digital solidity of the blockchain so that in the future, another artist finds these works, and make them evolve with the breakthrough art practice or ecosystem of that time. These works are not finished, they're never-ending time travellers. An ethereal blockchain made of art and time. A piece of art history is usually a piece of the past: these are pieces of the past, present and future. If time is a jungle, I am the machete, and collectors are the cobblestones of the road. More about the project: https://jaen.art/phase1 The bids will be considered after the full release of the Cornælhuys 1st Phase on the 30th of April, celebrated with a virtual solo show with Tara Digital Collective.
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SuperRare makes it easy to create, sell, and collect rare digital art. SuperRare's smart contract platform allows artists to release limited-edition digital artwork tracked on the blockchain, making the pieces rare, verified, and collectible. Filter the crypto art world's best selling works by artist name, creation type, and year of birth on OpenSea.
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