Abstract Rembrandt is a limited edition art collection, available as NFT. It answers the question: what if Rembrandt was an abstract painter? The collection is created by NOMER, a Dutch artist based in Amsterdam.
ARTWORK, DIGITAL AND PHYSICAL
When you purchase an Abstract Rembrandt NFT you get the full rights of your digital artwork. If you own the NFT you can claim a handsigned and numbered giclee artprint of your copy. We ship worldwide ofcourse.
In adition you’ll receive the digtal collection book. With all the artworks and words about this project. And a part of the proceeds is being used for a charitable art related cause.
HOW IT WORKS
PURCHASE THE NFT
You buy the digital artwork on the online marketplace. Pick on of the 1642 different artworks. You receive a 4K digital NFT, and a link to download your copy of the collection book. And you get direct access to the community.
CLAIM YOUR PHYSICAL COPY
On the website you can claim your unique 100x120cm giclee art print of your artwork. There is only one handsigned and numbered copy available per artwork. So don't wait to long. The artwork is shipped worldwide, free of charge.
ENJOY IT ONLINE AND OFFLINE
You are the full owner of your digital and physical artworks. You can enjoy, share or sell them. Keep in mind that there is only one handsigned artprint available per artwork. The first NFT holder who claims it receives it.
As a holder you are part of the community. You can help to determine the future steps, you receive new artworks and you have voting rights for new plans. But if you only want to enjoy your artwork, no problem. It is not mandatory.
Abstract Rembrandt NFT drop. Artworks and profile pictures available.
Voting round for holders regarding the directions of the project.
Presentation of the charitable cause.
Based on input of the community, developments are shared.
New artworks available for the public, holders get first access.
Presentation of the new roadmap for 2024 and beyond.
“I love abstract art. But I am filled with admiration when I am standing in front of the realistic paintings of the great Dutch masters. For long I was thinking about the question: What if Rembrandt was an abstract painter? The megapixel photo of The Night Watch, hard work and some coding answered the question.”- NOMER
When looking at a painting I am interested in the craftmanship of the maker. What steps did he take to create the final result? What does that add to the presented story? Brushstrokes tell a big part of that hidden story.
My work became more digital over the years. Animation, Web3, coding, digital interaction, privacy, accesability, temporality; my fields of interest. Check out my previous work on my personal website.
NOMER (1977) is an artist, animator and Dutch oldskool rapper, who started as a cartoonist, moved to streetart and made series of paintings. In several Dutch cities you can find his sculptures and he has shown his work in musea and galeries.
“I started making art in 1995. Murals, paintings, instalations and public sculptures. Later I discovered video and created preformances and animations. People and their surroundings has always been a theme in my work.”
To develop the Abstract Rembrandt NFT project I am supported by some great humans. Who? As soon as possible I will introduce you to them.
As a holder of the Abstract Rembrandt NFT you become part of the team. You can suggest new ideas and vote about the direction of the project. My goal is to add as much value as possible for the communitiy.
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn
Rembrandt (Leiden, July 15, 1606 – Amsterdam, October 4, 1669) was a Dutch painter, etcher and draftsman. He is generally regarded as one of the greatest painters and etchers in European art, and as the most important Dutch master of the 17th century. Rembrandt produced a total of about three hundred paintings, three hundred etchings and two thousand drawings.
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