Puppets Arts NFT
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PASSIONATE DESIGNER FOR ART.
First season NFT Puppets Arts
The Puppets Arts token project is to bring a vision of the arts world, through the reinterpretation of works and materials from the artistic medium, to the world of tokens and NFTs.
It couldn’t be different, the most famous painting in the world in our first NFT!
A true cultural icon, the most reproduced work in the world is present in songs, films, books and referenced by great artists such as Dali and Andy Warhol.
Mona Lisa was painted between the years 1503–1506, but could easily belong to the present day.
Our re-reading is a joke, with due respect to the work of Leonardo da Vinci, made with simple lines, basic geometric shapes, but that when looking at the original work, without leaving any doubts about what it is about, sharpening the curiosity to know more about her.
She, Frida Kahlo, certainly could not be left out of our collection.
None other than one of the main references of Mexican culture, Frida Kahlo, as she said, did not paint dreams, she painted her own reality.
There are countless self-portraits showing her struggle to stay alive after various health problems.
We chose as the artist’s reference the “Self-portrait dedicated to Dr. Eloesser”, from 1940, because in the painting Frida is as she liked best, dressed in flowers, flowers that remain alive through the painting.
Frida is a whirlwind of feelings because even in her most melancholy pictures, she radiates warmth and life.
In an NFT with strong colors and simple lines, we seek to honor this incredible artist, who remains eternal through her works.
A drawing made in a diary from 1490.
Balance, harmony, forms in perfect proportions, mathematics, architecture, philosophy, a circle symbolizing the spiritual world, a square the stability of the earthly world, with these and many other elements the Vitruvian Man is much more than a mere illustration.
Leonardo da Vinci managed to achieve perfection in his design, placing man at the center of the world and as the measure of all things.
Our NFT certainly doesn’t have the same pretension, after all our models are not exactly classic beauty references, but with a touch of grace, we pay a small tribute to the great man who signed this and many other important works for humanity.
There are many versions of The Scream, many are also the memes that circulate everywhere as a great joke.
When Edvard Munch painted The Scream in 1893, he did not make any representations of joy, he only showed deep anguish and immense despair. The scream was the artist’s first fully expressionist work, which left the formal balance and sought to convey his emotions in a painting that can represent any human being, so much so that the painting is seen by many as a symbol of modern man’s anxiety.
Our NFT has strong colors, as he used to do, but of course without all the details of the original work, as we tried to represent the author’s feelings with a slightly happier view of the spectators.
Girl with the Pearl Earring
The portrait of a young woman with a serene and sweet air, almost angelic, simultaneously sad and happy, hides a mystery, even more so when very little is known about the artist’s most famous canvas.
The painting “Girl with the Pearl Earring”, painted by the Dutchman Johannes Vermeer, in 1665, may well represent a young woman in an everyday moment, in the midst of her household chores, with a blue scarf on her head and a pearl earring, which becomes the focal point of the painting.
There are several speculations about the canvas, so much so that its depiction has already inspired a book and a movie, based on found notes by the author.
An easily recognized work, which arouses our curiosity to discover it, is one of our tributes, in NFT, to the world of the arts.
With over 2,000 works spanning just over a decade, Vincent Van Gogh is undoubtedly one of the most famous and influential figures in the history of Western art.
His paintings feature dramatic and vibrant colors, impulsive and expressive brushstrokes, demonstrating an artist who lives under constant mental, physical and emotional pressure.
The September 1889 Self-Portrait, where he appears with his wavy hair and beard, amplified in the hallucinatory arabesques in the background, was considered by great painters as “absolutely fantastic” and many historians believe it to have been his last self-portrait.
A dramatic artist, the greatest representative of the Baroque, Caravaggio recreated, in 1595, a new Medusa, the great figure of Greek mythology.
Considered one of her masterpieces and her bloodiest creation, Medusa is presented with her head severed by Perseus and with poisonous hair formed by thousands of snakes.
Our NFT invites you to see the original work, whose force of expression continues to impress those who observe it, the severed head seems to take on a life of its own in a terrifying expression.
In this NFT we honor the canvas that is an unavoidable icon of the Renaissance, and has already been referenced in fashion, design, cinema, music, and several other cultural means.
The Birth of Venus, painted by Botticelli between 1482 and 1485, depicts the Goddess, naked, emerging from the waters in a shell, hiding her naked condition.
While the right hand tries to cover the breasts, the left hand is busy trying to protect the private parts. A classic beauty, pure and chaste, representing, not an earthly, carnal passion, but a spiritual passion.
Venus was seen by many as a pagan work, as it was inspired by Roman mythology at a time when the works had Catholic inspirations.
The Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I
The Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I, also known as “The Golden Lady”, took three long years of Gustav Klimt until it was completed in 1907.
In the portrait, we can see that only his face and arms that were represented in oil, realistically, almost everything else is golden and it is confusing for the viewer. A mixture created using leaves of gold and silver was used in the painting, marking one of the last works of the artist’s so-called golden period.
The work was once one of the most expensive paintings in history, no wonder, it represents a portrait of a time of splendor in Paris and Vienna.
Our NFT pays tribute to the beauty of the work, the delicacy of the details and to one of the greatest painters of all time.
With the title Abaporu, which means "aba" and "poru" - "man who eats", in Tupi-Guarani, Tarsila do Amaral's painting, dated 1928, is the most valuable painting in Brazilian art.
A symbol of all that modernism meant, inspiration for the Anthropophagous Manifesto that emerged, in the sense of absorbing European culture, dominant at the time, and transforming it into something national.
A rare, priceless, exceptional work that symbolizes a man planted in the land, a cannibal Indian, who would devour culture to take possession of it and reinvent it.
We chose this NFT to close our collection because it is a notorious work of art, in many ways: the artist, his relationships, his historical moment and above all for translating the feeling of Brazilianness.