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Cubist portrait. Herman Webster Mudgett, better known as H.H. Holmes, was a con artist and bigamist who was one of America's first serial killers. Sometimes referred to as the "Beast of Chicago," Holmes is believed to have killed somewhere between 20 and 200 people. He killed many of his victims in a specially constructed home, which was later nicknamed the "Murder Castle." Apprehended in 1894, he was hanged for his crimes two years later.

Geometric Art Penitentiary collection image

True Crime: This collection of artistic portraits of offenders --across all manifestations of crime-- crafted in geometric/cubist lines aims to express and channel my interest in the psychology of criminal minds but in no way does it endorse their despicable and evil deeds. Starting with the prohibition era in the US, the collection will include also selected criminals outside the US. Credits to FBI and other Law Enforcement Agencies for source material used. Each portrait will be limited to 100 NFTs.

Category Art
Contract Address0x2953...4963
Token ID
Token StandardERC-1155
ChainPolygon
MetadataCentralized
Last Updated1 year ago
Creator Earnings
10%

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Cubist portrait. Herman Webster Mudgett, better known as H.H. Holmes, was a con artist and bigamist who was one of America's first serial killers. Sometimes referred to as the "Beast of Chicago," Holmes is believed to have killed somewhere between 20 and 200 people. He killed many of his victims in a specially constructed home, which was later nicknamed the "Murder Castle." Apprehended in 1894, he was hanged for his crimes two years later.

Geometric Art Penitentiary collection image

True Crime: This collection of artistic portraits of offenders --across all manifestations of crime-- crafted in geometric/cubist lines aims to express and channel my interest in the psychology of criminal minds but in no way does it endorse their despicable and evil deeds. Starting with the prohibition era in the US, the collection will include also selected criminals outside the US. Credits to FBI and other Law Enforcement Agencies for source material used. Each portrait will be limited to 100 NFTs.

Category Art
Contract Address0x2953...4963
Token ID
Token StandardERC-1155
ChainPolygon
MetadataCentralized
Last Updated1 year ago
Creator Earnings
10%
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