A special CryptoArt project created by a tattoo artist, an illustrator, a developer and a scenography consultant has caught the attention of collectors. Called Inkers HK Family NFT, the project features 100 original pieces that are made up of dozens of layers drawn by three artists around five portraits of female icons. This was done through a generative algorithm created by the team to blend their artistic styles.
Upon purchasing an original or copy, the owner is entitled to a physical copy signed, numbered and inscribed by the artist with the corresponding blockchain transaction address. Owners holding originals or copies of these works are also entitled to royalties (in ETH) on subsequent purchases of copies. The owner of the original will automatically receive 30% of the proceeds of each sale of a copy of the original work.
The price of the original NFTs is 0.1 ETH, and the price of these NFTs will increase by 10% for every 5 originals sold after the pre-sale period. The algorithm used to generate the originals ensures that they are all unique, which is why the number of originals that may be generated is limited to 100.
The first copy of the original NFT is 0.05 ETH, and to limit the number of copies in circulation, each copy is priced 50% higher than the previous one. The good news is that holders of copies will also benefit from future sales. Copy holders are entitled to an automatic 30% commission, distributed fairly among all copy holders.
Collectors who purchase copies or originals will receive a physical print numbered and signed by the artist. The print is also inscribed with the transaction number associated with the matching token and is delivered with a certificate of authenticity.
The artists behind the project are Dimitri HK, Nina HK and Sid L-Boy.Dimitri HK is a tattoo artist for over 30 years, an illustrator and painter, and co-founder and president of the Inkers app.Nina HK is an illustrator and works as a concept artist for video games, while Sid L- Boy created his own Creepy new school style, adding his trash punk style to the creative blend of the project.