The artist eats his artworks and turns it into NFT

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The artist eats his artworks and turns it into NFT
An artist from Kazakhstan, Vladimir Vekhov, eats his artworks, converts them into NFTs and puts them on the site for the sale of non-fungible tokens. Image courtesy: Vladimir Vekhov.

ALMATY.- According to the creator, this is the only sure and fair way to create tokens and implement your creations.

The artist notes that any artwork he sells as an NFT will be kept by the buyer as a file. He will not receive the original. The original remains with the creator, as well as the feeling of incomplete transition of the work to the NFT format.

"Such a new direction as NFT requires certain sacrifices from the artist, if, of course, he creates his artworks with the help of canvas and paints, and his artworks can be felt" – says the artist.

Among the works of Vekhov there is an artifact – "Molbertine". With the help of it all living things from our world enter the artist's world – Melancholy.

“In our ordinary world "molbertine" is me. And only after passing through me, through my hands, brushes, paints, pencils, and, ultimately, the gastrointestinal tract, my artworks can materialize in my world and I can sell their original file without a twinge of conscience" – the artist explains.

Vladimir Vekhov, 34 years old – artist, creator of the world of Melancholy. Lives and works in Kazakhstan, the city of Almaty. His main areas of artwork are: painting, photography, creation of art objects.

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