See the world’s first digital-only garments on the blockchain in this exciting exhibition and explore how artists bring these elements of fashion and brands to digital.
Seattle, August 26, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Today, the Seattle NFT Museum announced its sixth exhibition of the year, titled “Pixels and Threads.” A great many of his NFT collections toy with the concept of image, brand and persona. Even his social profile picture adorns himself with his NFTs as part of his digital identity. What happens when some of the offline expressions like fashion and brands make their way into his NFTs and metaverses?
“This exhibition seeks to shine a light on the creators and collectives who are daring fashion and making brand new expressions on the blockchain. From veteran to experimental metaverse garment designers, we are delighted to showcase the holistic and highly nuanced art form of fashion.” Kawahara Jona RenoExhibition Curator, Seattle NFT Museum
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VIP preview event, Friday, September 9th 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Pacific Time
The Seattle NFT Museum is hosting a VIP preview event to launch a new exhibit.Attendees will have the opportunity to hear directly from several of the artists on display and learn more about their work and inspirations.Tickets for the opening of the exhibition are on sale now. Friday, September 9th 6:00pm to 10:00pmBuy tickets here – https://www.seattlenftmuseum.com/visit
The Fabricant is a decentralized, digital-only couture house that builds wardrobes for the metaverse via its NFT co-creation platform, The Fabricant Studio. Operating at the intersection of fashion, gaming and blockchain, we have been leading the fashion industry towards a more sustainable, innovative and equitable future through digital-only clothing since 2018. Working with brands such as Adidas, Off-White, Napapijri, Puma, World of Women, Dapper Labs, gaming platform Epic Games and The Sandbox, we have demonstrated limitless creative possibilities in the Web3 digital fashion space.
- Amber Jay Slowen: create the world’s first digital exclusive clothing on blockchain, Amber Jay Slowen Co-Founder and Creative Director of The Fabricant.
- Shavonne Wong x The Fabricant: Shavonne Wong is a 3D virtual model creator and NFT artist.
- Nicopanda x Pabllo Vittar x The Fabricant: Nicopanda (Nicola Formichetti) is a fashion director and editor, best known as the artistic director of Italian fashion label Diesel.
- World of Women x The Fabricant: WOW is a community celebrating representation, inclusion and equal opportunity for all. Her 10,000 generated artwork of diverse and powerful women by Yam Karkai.
Voice is a carbon-neutral digital arts marketplace focused on emerging minority creators. The platform will serve as an accessible entry point into the NFT space, allowing artists to mint her NFTs for free and collectors to purchase them with credit cards. Voice is known for its residency programs that expand, empower and nurture creativity in the digital space for diverse artists globally. They were chosen as partners for PhotoVogue’s entry into his Web3 space, in the form of his first NFT residency program. Other partners include Women Rise NFT, New York Academy of Art and Street Theory.
Featuring collaborations with:
- Wildflowernft: Wildy Martinez Fashion designer and illustrator born and raised in New York. With her proud afro Her Latina and first generation Dominican American expresses her passion for the culture of
- Ashley Okoli: Ashley Okoli 24 year old stylist, designer, creative director and social media influencer. Ashley enjoys being in front of the camera either as herself or as one of her many alter egos. She tells her story through her own style and designs clothes. Her fashion is her way of life and the way she expresses herself.
- K0nklz: Neta is a digital artist and medical student who loves telling stories through fashion, color and unique experiences. Voice x Women Rise resident.
Daniela Alves Portuguese artist who works in several fields, from photography and video to digital and abstract art. Even though she develops her rigorous pieces that control most variables, her fashion is one of her elements that pushes her own boundaries, deviating from her control. In order not to limit her artistic vision, she uses several experimental techniques to develop her work. NFT is the culmination of Daniela’s need for experimentation and connection with her audience, and has become a form for furthering her artistic endeavours.
Hiroto Kai Designing Decentraland Wearables from 2021. His clothes are inspired by the traditional Japanese kimono, the kimono. In his work, he uses deep, highly fluorescent colors to draw attention to the details of his clothing. From kimonos to swords, Hiroto helps you find your inner samurai as you explore the world of Decentraland.
For over 15 years, Andrew Toth He has worked as a freelance photographer in the US and internationally, specializing in celebrity red carpets, runway shows, designer presentations, concerts, product launches, wildlife, and film/TV. Andrew enjoys capturing a particular moment and creating a single image of him that will never be repeated. Sight is one of the most complex senses he evolves on earth and he appreciates creating this visual simulation through photography. He believes that his pinhole camera is an example of human ingenuity at its finest, paving the way for artists and their audiences to engage and connect in unique ways. After years of being an avid member of the NFT community, Toth finally decided to bring his red carpet-ready work into the field. A well-established member of the photography community, Andrew has attended countless fashion his weeks, as well as photographing the Met He Gala and other ultra-exclusive fashion events. Through his work, he offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the fashion world’s crème de la crème.
Andy Juan is Taiwan– Artists born, active and living in the United States new york cityhe graduated Pratt Institute Master’s Degree in Communication Design. His 20 years of digital experience His background in design has shaped his mindset of simplicity. Andy uses uncompromising flat graphics, precise outlines, simplistic shapes, and bright colors with a quirky and funny sensibility to create colorful, playful, and expressive work. increase. His intention is to reinterpret mid-century graphics in his designs, adding an uplifting energy and spreading a joyful atmosphere. Andy’s Graphics His artwork has been exhibited at design exhibitions such as the New York Video Festival, Art Directors Club and OFFF Digital Festival at Lincoln Center. His work has been selected for design book projects such as Worldwide Graphic Design, Young Asian Graphic Designers and DESIGN magazine. NFT was a way for Andy to live off his own art and connect directly with collectors. He has also created an amazingly colorful and fun avatar whose personality shines through his accessories, especially in fashion.
Seattle NFT Museum is open to the public Monday and Wednesday from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm, Thursday from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Friday to Sunday 12:00pm to 6:30pmDaily tickets can be purchased by visiting http://www.seattlenftmuseum.com.Admission fee $15 for all visitors. Ticket revenue contributes directly to the operating costs of the museum.
About Seattle NFT Museum
The Seattle NFT Museum is the world’s first NFT museum. The Seattle NFT Museum is a physical space designed to explore the boundaries of digital art as a center to support the community of NFT creators and collectors. Exhibits include featured artists, notable private collections, and educational displays. The museum hosts ticketed events, private shows, live mints, and is open to the public for suggested donations during business hours.The museum is also available for private corporate event bookings.
Jennifer WongSeattle NFT Museum, 1 2066051211, firstname.lastname@example.org
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