Was hat Beeple nach dem Verkauf des teuersten NFT der Geschichte getan? Nun, er hat mit Madona an einer Sammlung digitaler Renderings ihres nackten Körpers mit Animationen von verschiedenen Objekten gearbeitet, die aus ihrer Vagina kommen … Alle natürlich als NFTs.
The digital artist and pop singer/sex symbol have teamed up to bring you the exclusive Mother of Creation collection, showcasing three different facets of life inspired by motherhood.
An NFT collection celebrating motherhood
The “Mother of Creation” collection is very exclusive. It contains only 3 single editions of NFTs all containing videos of Madonna bringing forth various essential aspects of humanity.
The first NFT is called “Mother of Nature” and focuses on the plant world. In the video, Madonna can be seen lying on a lab bed and giving birth to a tree that begins to flower as soon as it comes out of her body.
A still from “Mother of Nature”. The NFT created by Beeple and Madonna. Image: Motherofcreation.xyz
The second NFT is titled “Mother of Evolution” and focuses on animal life. Here too, Madonna is depicted naked in some sort of converted vehicle, seated in the middle of a crumbling city, with her legs spread wide and many butterflies emanating from within her.
And the third NFT, titled “Mother of Technology,” focuses on technological advances and features Madonna (completely naked, of course) lying in the middle of a forest while a series of biomechanical centipedes emerge from her vagina and she wields weapons.
If you are interested in any of these works of art, you will have to wait until May 11th to participate in the auction at Superrare.
A unique collection with a good cause behind it
While Madonna’s NFTs are quirky to say the least, the theme and execution of the animations aligns very well with the style that defined both artists. The renderings have that bizarre touch that is typical of Beeple’s work, and the eroticism has never left Madonna in her musical and artistic career spanning more than three decades. However, the pop diva told the New York Times that the provocative nature of her NFTs not just a whim:
“I never want to provoke, just for the sake of provocation. They stand for hope. They stand for technology.”
To learn more about the explanation of the concept behind each work, you can visit the project’s official website.
For his part, Beeple assured that he has no plans for collaborations “for a very long time”, which gives this collection a more exclusive touch.
Proceeds from this collection will be donated to three different charities: The Voices of Children Foundation (which provides aid to the Ukrainian children), The City of Joy Foundation (which aids victims of violence in Congo) and Black Mama’s Bail Out (which aids imprisoned caregivers ).
Source: Crypto News Deutsch