We have prepared answers to the most frequently asked questions about our images and NFT
If you are interested in our paintings, please contact us via our contact form in the contact section or call Martin directly at +420 608 373 424.
Our work is mostly custom, but we also try to add free work to the offer.
At the moment, the only free work for sale will be at the Vernissage in Prague’s Rock Café from 5.5. to 6.6.2022.
Yes, we mostly paint custom paintings. We will be happy to meet you in person or in another form, discuss your idea and our options for making an order.
The current price of our original paintings is around CZK 50,000. It always depends on the specific work, its demands, size, technique and other aspects of the whole process. Therefore, we always deal with specific prices individually.
Part of the final image is, of course, a proof of purchase, a certificate of authenticity and everything is signed to prevent the authenticity of our works from being questioned in the future.
We do not offer this option at this time. However, we are also working on this variant in the future to please those of you who do not have enough funds for the original painting and still want to own one of our paintings.
The acronym refers to a transparent proof of ownership of a digital item, allowing a clear and quick identification of the owner.
The item can most often be a picture, video, song, game item or even tweet. Basically, you can “tokenize”, that is, create digital proof of ownership, any thing.
Non-interchangeable tokens always relate only to a specific item and carry owner information. They are similar, for example, to a real estate cadastre or a patent for a unique invention
Evidence of material or spiritual property has no equivalent for which it can be freely exchanged. In short, there is no other identical property with an identical title deed or any other, but still exactly the same patent.
This is also the case with the NFT, which is an opportunity to prove ownership of unique digital items on the Internet, just as we do with physical objects in the real world, for example by hiding receipts.
However, tokenized items usually remain freely “available” for viewing or downloading to anyone, but there is only one proof of ownership and it is stored in a blockchain, a kind of “ledger” used by cryptocurrencies.
This ownership right can be sold to another person, most often for the cryptocurrency ethereum.
The NFT is based on “smart contracts”. These are filled in automatically as soon as the conditions of the contract between the buyer and the seller, which have been entered in advance in the code, are met. Transactions are irreversible, but allow for a new spectrum of possibilities.
Smart contracts also include a mention of “royalties”, or license fees. They can be selected by the one who originally created the token, in any transaction. The creator of digital content thus has the opportunity to collect “tolls” for each transfer of his work.
NFTs are stored in cryptocurrencies and contain a unique identifier (usually a link to the digital work to which they are linked) and other necessary metadata (title and description of the work). During transactions, the blockchain records which token was sold and who bought it and sold it. This keeps a transparent database of all owners and transactions. This is very similar to trading cryptocurrencies of the bitcoin type.
The NFT enjoys the greatest use mainly in the arts. Above all, it creates space for the monetization of the work of beginning creators. However, the phenomenon is also beginning to seep into “high” art. You can buy “ownership tokens” for paintings, statues or videos. Large auction houses, which held the first auctions, also pay attention to the trend. In any case, the NFT is an interesting experiment for the world of art, which according to some has already reached its limits.
Probably the biggest uproar was caused by a controversial group of Kryptonian enthusiasts when they bought a Morons poster for the well-known street art artist Banksy for almost a hundred thousand dollars and burned it demonstratively. However, they created a digital copy of it and secured the property with an NFT token. A week later, they sold it for $ 380,000 thanks to the performance.
For NFTs, there are special “marketplaces” where all possible items are traded. This is similar to the stock exchange or the Binance platform for cryptocurrency trading, for example.
First, you need to set up a crypto-wallet (such as MetaMask, Enjin, Math Walle, or TrustWallet) to support NFT ownership. After that, the applicant must purchase an ethereum in the order of lower hundreds of crowns. Ethereum is used to pay transfer fees, as the operation of the blockchain is relatively demanding.
Then all you have to do is choose a specific token from our NFT section and go to the purchase on the attached link to the marketplace. The initial purchase, even with the creation of the necessary wallet, should not take more than ten minutes. Any other transaction is almost instantaneous.
However, despite the initial time and financial investment, the purchase can be worthwhile. Probably the most famous pixel illustrations of the CryptoPunks were sold for only 0.2 ETH four years ago, which was a really negligible amount by the time. Now the most valuable reaches a value of up to 4,200 ETH, approximately 164 million crowns.