NFT DIGITAL ART
Platforms I’m verified on:
AsyncArt, MakersPlace, KnownOrigin & OpenSea


“THE QUIET OF SILENCE… TRIPTYCH” – AsyncArt Platform
(WABI-SABI SERIES N.1 – single edition)

This NFT (Non Fungible Token) Art Piece is based on original Triptych made from the photographs I took around Lake Ashinoko (Japan, 芦ノ湖) and is the first NTF piece that belongs to the series “WABI-SABI: Acceptance of Transience… the Beauty of things that are Imperfect, Impermanent, Incomplete”.


“ACROSS QUIETNESS HE MOVES IN PEACE 1” – KnownOrigin Platform
(WABISABI SERIES N.2 – 3 copies)

This Art Piece is the first animated version (4K ready) of the composition of 3 original Fine Art Archival photographs that I took around Mount Fuji (Japan, Fujisan 富士山) and is the 2nd NTF artwork that belongs to the series “WABI-SABI: Acceptance of Transience… the Beauty of things that are Imperfect, Impermanent, Incomplete”.

Click Image to view artwork on the KnownOrigin platform. Use full screen and turn on sound!!!

 



“ACROSS QUIETNESS HE MOVES IN PEACE 2” – KnownOrigin Platform
(WABISABI SERIES N.3 – 3 copies)

This Artwork is the 2nd animated version (4K ready) of the composition of 3 original Fine Art Archival photographs that I took around Mount Fuji (Japan, Fujisan 富士山) and is the 3rd NTF artwork that belongs to the series “WABI-SABI: Acceptance of Transience… the Beauty of things that are Imperfect, Impermanent, Incomplete”.


Click Image to view artwork on the KnownOrigin platform. Use full screen and turn on sound!!!


“THE SOUL OF JAPAN: Profound Tranquility or Modern Loneliness?”
Programmable Art Version on AsyncArt Platform
(WABISABI SERIES N.4 – single programmable edition)

In this artwork I want to present and describe (through a series of 18 PREOGRAMMABLE street photographs I took around Japan in 2 years) a feeling of detachment and kind of “self inflicted” loneliness which may seem very strange to a non Japanese or someone traveling to this beautiful country for the first time. This feeling can be encountered all over the country but is felt more strongly in the big cities, especially in the streets of Tokyo.

Click Image to view artwork on the AsyncArt platform


“THE SOUL OF JAPAN: Profound Tranquility or Modern Loneliness?”
Animated 4K Version on MakersPlace
(WABISABI SERIES N.4 – single animated edition)

In this artwork I want to present and describe (through a series of 18 ANIMATED street photographs I took around Japan in 2 years) a feeling of detachment and kind of “self inflicted” loneliness which may seem very strange to a non Japanese or someone traveling to this beautiful country for the first time. This feeling can be encountered all over the country but is felt more strongly in the big cities, especially in the streets of Tokyo.

Click Image to view artwork on the MakersPlace platform