obxium writes about next generation art from emerging spaces.
How I casually played along with two artists in an utterly uncoordinated & untitled performance crypto art piece involving wallet addresses, private keys, CryptoKitties and #arthistory.
A brief explanation of how I created the crypto art NFT “Blue”, a novelty artwork using media with some fun technical properties as an experiment in the artistic reversing engineering of Portable Network Graphics containers.
I am the first individual artist to create an art non-fungible token (NFT) on the Kusama network as described in RMRK Kusama Art NFTs, and received a wonderful community tip as an acknowledgment.
This is an idea for implementing a short-form unique identifier style string that is composed from a substring of the SHA 256 summary for your crypto art NFT media as part of an enhanced artist’s signature metadata.
Since announcing my release of art NFTs on Kusama, I have been getting some questions lately from other artists and those in the scene who are curious about Kusama.
2020.11.12 – I have created and released a limited edition art series as Kusama blockchain non-fungible tokens (NFTs) using the RMRK NFT specification. This entry shows off the work and describes in detail, the process used for minting the collection and individual NFTs.
This is the true, but completely unremarkable story about the very first piece of art that I ever created to be freely exchanged in a crypto art marketplace.