OG.Art — a new place for carefully curated collections of dynamic generative art — is about to launch. It will suggest a new approach to creative collaboration, where art collectors become artists themselves and digital art turns into an everlasting act of co-creation.
On OG.Art platform the leading artists from the crypto and traditional art worlds will develop projects based on dynamic NFT technology and community interaction. This technology permits artists to create art collectibles that respond to web3, online, or IRL events and can keep evolving even after they are sold. Collectors’ data, their behavior in digital space, or even weather conditioning may trigger the changes — the artists’ imagination is the only limit. Due to this technology, collectors interacting with this art become its co-creators, being able to keep developing and complimenting the piece of art, potentially forever.
Soon OG.Art will be launching a new project with one to several thousand collectible elements every month.
Proof of Concept
OG.Art’s origins lie in the OG:Crystals project. This dynamic NFTs collection is a collaboration between Michael Joo and Danil Krivoruchko with production and tech support by Snark.art. OG:Crystals were exhibited at the Hermitage, the largest museum in the world. It became one of the top-5 art projects on OpenSea, earned $4.2 million in primary sales and $9 million in secondary sales, and gained significant media coverage and traction on social media.
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We believe it’s the next chapter in generative NFT art, and we hope you’ll join us in more creative experiments.