Proudly announcing new partnership with Pictorem printing company based in Montreal, Canada. Now all NFT collectors and supporters will get very special discounts for acrylic, canvas, and poster prints created by Dasha Wagner, as well as gifts and surprises. Available printing options include canvas, acrylic, metal, and paper.
The Pictorem team is dedicated to utilizing their many years experience of fine craftsmanship, innovation and an innate sense of perfection to produce works of art that inspire their customers to say “wow” each and every time their products are unwrapped and hung on the walls.
The company uses only the finest printing materials, and innovative and precise printing solutions to produce masterpieces that will deliver years and years of viewing joy.
Pictorem is also a big supporter of Trees for the Future non-profit organization. They donate money and plant trees with rural communities in the developing world, enabling them to restore their environment, grow more food, and build a more sustainable future. Every print sold means one new tree will be planted.
“Marine Metamorphosis” will be presented at the new exhibition curated and held by DoinGud NFT marketplace.
“Oceans cover two-thirds of Earth’s surface and support a dazzling diversity of life forms. Uneven surfaces, shiny textures, and round geometric forms represent the astonishing evolution of marine species and the infinity of water circulation on the Earth.”
Several artists from around the world were selected to share views of their realities and reflections of who they are through their preferred methods of self-expression. This exhibition is intended as a positive gathering of creators dedicated to generating change by leveraging the possibilities new technologies enable for responsible creation and consumption.
“Through My Eyes” NFT exhibition is a part of the “17SDGs” project, which is organized by DoinGud NFT marketplace and brings together 17 diverse creator communities from all over the world to support each of the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. While the SDGs are in place to radically improve all aspects of human life on this planet, this exhibition is focusing on making a difference, one creation at a time.
A single edition of this artwork will be available for purchase May 4-10, 2022. Part of the proceeds will help to support SEE Turtles initiatives and programs. SEE Turtles is a non-profit organization which helps sea turtles by supporting important nesting beaches around the world, working with the tourism industry to end the turtleshell trade, getting plastic out of sea turtle habitats, and promoting inclusivity in the turtle community.
One of the recent artworks by Dasha Wagner, called “Bloom”, has been presented at the AMSAR NFT/AR Exhibition. This digital art show became one of the most inspiring events of the Amsterdam Blockchain Week, where developers and investors from around the world come together to define the future of Web3.
All art pieces were geolocated* throughout the whole area of Museumplein park in the heart of Amsterdam, and will remain available for public from April 18 to April 25, 2022.
“We aim to provide an interactive experience between the consumers of NFT art and the artists, using AR to have the digital interact with the physical, and allowing the art to stand out in the real world, as it should.”
— AMSAR Team
“Bloom” is devoted to the exploration of boundaries between a human-made technological world and a physical reality transformed by nature. It has been minted in a limited number of editions which can be purchased at DoinGud marketplace.
*Location-based augmented reality ties digital content to a specific location in the physical world. So when the user enters in a predetermined physical space, the objects are displayed on the screen. This technology relies on GPS, digital compass, and other technologies to identify a phone’s location and position with a high level of accuracy.
One of the artworks from the “De Mari” collection titled “Genesis Mystery” has been selected for the “Origins” exhibition, launched by DoinGud NFT platform. With the primary focus on generating positive social impact, DoinGud enables creators to donate a percentage of first and secondary NFT sales to a variety of charitable causes, in an effort to drive social impact awareness.
“For us at DoinGud, ‘Origins’ represents the beginning of our journey. For others, it may represent their first steps in the NFT space.”
Water meets Earth in this 3D digital sculpture. Transforming the beauty of core natural elements into a masterpiece of conceptual art by using cutting-edge computer technologies. Inspired by modern science and ancient myths about the origin of Earth, this artwork highlights the magnificent textures of marble, copper, glass, pearl, and a sea urchin.
Part of the proceeds will help to support Ocean Defenders Alliance initiatives to remove derelict fishing nets, traps, plastic, and other man-made debris threatening ocean wildlife and habitats.
The “Origins” exhibition is available online January 24 through February 7, 2022
Oceans cover two-thirds of Earth’s surface and support a dazzling diversity of life forms. That’s why it is very important to protect marine ecosystems from the impacts of people and climate change. The new collection of digital artworks created by Dasha Wagner in 2021 is titled “De Mari”, which means “from the sea” in Latin. It is now available for purchase on one of the rapidly growing NFT platforms, called DoinGud. With the primary focus on inspiring creativity and positive social impact, DoinGud utilizes a built-in donation model whereby a portion of every NFT sale is automatically donated to a vetted social impact organization of a creator’s choice. Being an environmentally-conscious company, DoinGud runs on the Polygon network trying to make all blockchain operations sustainable and reduce the carbon footprint.
All artworks from “De Mari” collection reveal a sophisticated combination of simple geometric forms and the natural beauty of marine plants and textures. Part of the proceeds will help to support Ocean Defenders Alliance initiatives to remove derelict fishing nets, traps, plastic, and other man-made debris threatening ocean wildlife and habitats.