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Curation Notes: SNOW CRASH

Publisher
Chainleft
April 15
SNOW CRASH is a conceptual and performative art edition by Bushi, launched in January/February 2024. Editioned at 50 pieces, I consider SNOW CRASH a fascinating experiment.
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Curation Notes: You Are Here

Publisher
Chainleft
January 18
You Are Here is a conceptual art collection by 0xfff from January 2024. The project is unique, coming to life with some fundamentally blockchain-native mechanics called “bridging”. Its unique mechanics, its conceptual exploration, and its on-chain existence fit Fingerprints DAO’s curation thesis perfectly. Further, the artist has shown consistency in releasing such works, the story of the collection is unique, and there is clear innovation. Therefore You Are Here finds a respectable spot in Fingerprints’s collection.
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Curation Notes: The Receipt

Publisher
Chainleft
January 11
Receipt is a conceptual art collection from December 2022. It has both unique mint mechanics and unique rendering mechanics. As someone fully dedicated to blockchain-native art, and enjoy experimental art, I find Receipt fascinating.
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Release Notes: PERMANOISE

Publisher
Chainleft
June 08
PERMANOISE is the first audiovisual art stored on Bitcoin. It aims to be the most widely distributed & stored audiovisual art in history
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Ideas Behind Chaos Roads

Publisher
Chainleft
May 10
How do you do art that is only possible with blockchains? By using blockchains' unique features and by addressing the concepts they enable
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A Conceptual Praise Of OnChain Art

Publisher
Chainleft
April 18
Onchain art is gaining momentum. New tools are popping up left and right. Devs are building new ways to make onchain art. Inscriptions and stamps are further validating the importance of permanence and persistence.
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Release Notes: PEPERMANENT

Publisher
Chainleft
January 04
Here’s the final piece:
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Partyleft

Publisher
Chainleft
December 06
Fun and standing out. That’s the story of Partyleft.
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Clipleft

Publisher
Chainleft
November 27
I started making Clipleft exactly on the day of the FTX collapse. I always held skepticism towards “effective altruism” ideology (or even philanthropy in general) but I was especially suspicious of SBF. So when FTX was collapsing and SBF’s frauds were coming out, I was filled with a lot of emotions: Anger, affirmation, sadness for people who lost their money, fear, and ultimately cynicism.