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Enter the world of painter Kenzo Takada in the metaverse

Nelson Mandela’s paintings turn to NFT collection

Visit the Kenzo Takada structure in the Metaverse if you have the chance. Your ability to have a one-of-a-kind experience inside the metaverse will be enabled by this amazing framework, which was developed in collaboration with Decentraland, Lumière, and Holdex.

You are free to enter the world created by Kenzo Takada in whatever way you choose! The paintings, photos, and movies representing Mar Vivo’s personal life and professional background that were made by Mar Vivo Films will be spectacular and great additions to the building that bears his name. The centerpiece of the exhibition will be an extremely rare and unusual collection of eight items. Visitors will have the opportunity to purchase all of the items in the collection, two of which are paintings created by Marcy and Engelbert, two artists who worked closely with Kenzo throughout his career.

The first book in the Rainbow series, “Self-portrait,” served as the inspiration for the other six books in the series. Additional information will be sent on Lumiere’s Discord server ( when it becomes available.

On the 18th of May, the NFT sale came to a close, and on the 21st of May, the building will formally open its doors to the public. The date of the release coincides with the beginning of the 75th Cannes Film Festival, which will feature a link to the sale of the film. With the help of a future digital experience, you will be able to grasp the life of the artist, his passion for fashion, and his ground-breaking ideas thanks to all of these works of art.

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He is a freelance writer based in Turkey. He loves NFTs, football, film and technology.

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