TOKENIZED STREET ART
"Tokenization" gives the possibility to collect a mural fresco in the form of a non-reproducible digital collectible.
These digital collectibles called "NFTs" (Non-Fungible Tokens, created from the standart ERC721 on the Ethereum blockchain) introduce scarcity in the digital world and allow collectors to acquire a immutable street art piece.
Each fresco is divided into equal square parts. Each part is one-of-a-kind and impossible to replicate. All the frescoes and corresponding NFTs are original creations signed by the artist.
To collect the tokenized street art works, click on the parcels bellow:
Fresco 01 : "Daddy, what is money?"
First tokenized street art mural ever. The fresco is divided in 2 unique parts. Painted in 2017, the fresco is still visible at 64 rue Riquet, 75019 Paris.
Fresco 02 : "Rembrandt back to the wall"
Second tokenized street art mural. The fresco is divided in 3 unique parts. Painted in 2018, the fresco is still visible on the rue Riquet bridge, 75019 Paris.
Fresco 03 : "Delacroix vs ECB"
Third tokenized street art mural. The fresco is divided in 2 unique parts. Painted in 2018 at L'Aérosol, 75018 Paris. The fresco has been covered and is not visible anymore.
Fresco 04 : "Liberty leading the people 2019"
4th tokenized street art mural. The fresco is divided in 100 unique parts. Painted in january 2019 in rue d'Aubervilliers, 75019 Paris., The fresco has been censored one month later by the prefecture de police of Paris (photo)..
You can also see the fresco and the 100 NFTs in the virtual world Cryptovoxels: https://www.cryptovoxels.com/play?coords=N@139W,65S
To acquire these digital collectibles on OpenSea Marketplace, download the MetaMask app directly from a smartphone. If you are using a desktop computer, you need a web browser (Firefox, Chrome), add the MetaMask extension and get Ethereum directly via MetaMask or on an cryptocurrency exchange like Coinbase, Coinhouse, or other.
To learn more about the genesis of the project: article link.
To collect the tokenized street art works on OpenSea: