Hollywood, California is obviously no stranger to cutting-edge nightlife. So when the Dream Hotel opened in this famously vibrant section of Los Angeles five years ago, it needed to come correct. This took the form of diverse lounge and leisure options accompanying its 178 stylish guest rooms. The energy runs from a modern and verdant lobby through the marquee food and dining and up onto a 11,000-square-foot rooftop lounge, suspended between skyline and Hollywood Hills. Beauty & Essex as well as Tao Asian Bistro
Supporters say NFT art gives creators better control over their work and more opportunities to make money. Digital artist Beeple sold a digital collage of his digital drawings for £50 million and became the face of NFTs. But with some artists making so much money, why are many other digital artists strongly against it?
The idea behind NFTs is you sell the ownership of your art or register it to yourself as the creator, similar to a certificate of ownership. The spectre of piracy and digital art theft is consigned to the bin, right? Not quite, an assigned NFT won’t
The following is a guest post by Rachel Kronberg, global strategist at MullenLowe Group. Opinions are the author’s own.
Nonfungible tokens (NFTs) have been making headlines for months. From multi-million dollar sales for a slice of internet history and auction houses (both old and new) hopping on the bandwagon to brands partnering with supermodels, it seems everyone’s out to get a slice of the NFT action. The surge of interest in nonfungible tokens continues and marketers must ask, is this a passing technology fad or the future of entertainment and commerce?
The problems with NFTs
If you follow cryptocurrency news, you may have come across NFT art. This new trend shows these works of art gain value worth millions of dollars or more! More importantly, NFTs are changing the way we experience and participate in the field of art.
First, let’s talk about what NFTs are and go through their recent pieces of digital art. You’ll see how people benefit from this type of art and why it’s best to invest now! We will also see how this form of artwork is spreading to movies and music.
You may not notice, but blockchain technology
egendary rock band Blondie has become the latest to join in the art world’s growing trend for digital-only works.
The hitmakers are releasing a digital art collection with a series of NFTs (non-fungible tokens). The series of animated artworks are inspired by the computer portrait Andy Warhol generated of the band’s frontwoman, Debbie Harry, in 1985.
Warhol and Harry were friends, and the original image was created on an early Commodore Amiga. The new series is called “Hack The Borders” and was made in collaboration with “crypto art” duo, Hackatao.
An NFT is a unique digital asset that
FORT PIERCE, Fla. — There are some unlikely artists in St. Lucie County getting in on a growing trend of digital art, selling online for big money.
These artists are the primal kind- chimpanzees at Save the Chimps- making art that will raise money to maintain their sanctuary.
From living in cages, subjected to medical testing and experiments, to now living in an open sanctuary, 224 chimps call Save the Chimps their home.
“They are beautiful. They’re amazing,” said Ana Paula Tavares, CEO of Save the Chimps.
Tavares is tasked with giving the chimps the closest experience she can