- NFTs address shared and duplicated digital work.
- Jacky Tsai, a Shanghai-based artist, designed a floral skull symbol in 2008.
NFT initiatives continue to explode in Hong Kong, celebrities join artists in supporting a technology altering how digital art and now movies, purchased and sold. Furthermore, NFTs address shared and duplicated digital work, lowering the value of having an “original” version of a piece.
Wong Kar Wai’s
In the Mood For Love, an unreleased behind-the-scenes video will be auctioned off by Sotheby’s in October. Moreover, Tony Leung Chiu-wai and Maggie Cheung Man-yuk appear in Wong’s most highly praised films from 2000.
Space pictures collected by satellites and spacecraft, utilized to create eight digital artworks by Turkish media artist Anadol. Furthermore, the images he gets are what machines dream about the cosmos.
They are created from over two million raw space pictures and sophisticated machine learning algorithms as if the original telescopes could think for themselves.
Shawn Yue Man Lok’s
Christie’s is presently auctioning 14 NFT artworks held by the Hong Kong star as part of the “No Time like Present” online charity sale.
Among the highlights of the auction are six CryptoPunks, a historical series. Moreover, for CryptoPunk #9997, the top offer in the auction is HK$5.5 million ($706,500), while the other five less uncommon CryptoPunks are all going for over HK$1 million.
For fashion designer Alexander McQueen, Jacky Tsai, a Shanghai-based artist, designed a floral skull symbol in 2008. Since then, he’s used the skull in many of his works, including the NFT art he recently coined on Opensea, the Ethereum NFT art platform.
Bizhan Tong, 33, a British-Chinese director, is producing Asia’s first “NFT film” alongside Marvion Media, a blockchain technology firm. Moreover, The Walking Dead’s Xander Berkeley and Hong Kong actress Anita Chui Pik-ka feature in Lockdown.
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