UPCOMING NFT DROPS
Here are some of the drops we are working on.
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NOCTEM_LG X CURIOSITIES FROM THE FIFTH CORNER
The perfect marriage of Sacred Objects and Occult Art
Dark Arts, Occult Pacts and Beautiful Art Pieces are becoming one through the series of collaborations brought to us by this unprecedented collaboration.
"Will You Take The Hand?", the first collaboration unleashing soon, is a stunning Visual Recreation of a mysterious merchant's tent. It features an eerily hypnotic mummified hand...
Provided by the World Famous collector behind Curiosities from the Fifth Corner, Henry Scragg, the NFT includes the sale of the legendary hand. And a surprise Pact...
Will YOU take the Hand?
QUEEN DE SABA
WHONOSE COLLECTIVE 00?
The collaborative Debut of Marie Orlova and Queen de Saba will explore the sonic capabilities interlinked with the existence of a benign brain tumor, and it's relationship with the artist, and the digital medium.
Amplified and modeled by Marie using real MRI 3 renders of her own brain imagery, and with added sound design and scoring from Ben to render this seamless dive into a particular artist's very own most intimate spot:
The center of their brain and our means of understanding surrounding it.
A free interpretation of the artistic incitations that such a reality offers.
Seeing beauty in life.
Soon to be dropped on
THE ETERNAL MANDALAS SERIES
BY STRIPES X QUEEN DE SABA
A series of Eternal Mandalas, tokens of time passing and representing the new phase of humanity that blockchain technology unfolded on us.
After the successful first drop in the series: "Year Zero", the collaboration between the Russian and French artists will be completed by three more drops.
"Gregorian Cycle", a series of 12 Mandalas, represents the historical use of Months.
"Cynodic Cycle", a series of 31 Mandalas, represents the maximum days in a Month iteration.
Finally, the series will be complete through the "Solar Cycle" series of 365 Mandalas, celebrating the historical year.