The frontman from the symbolic metal costume System of a Down has gone NFT. Serj Tankian’s NFT art exhibition, “No to Touch – The Intangible Composition” was revealed few days ago, Monday, December 6th. Presented by CurioNFT, 21 separate pieces’ trait, that can be viewed in an online gallery.
This work is a combination of animated NFTs and giclée archival prints. Visitors can also purchase works. One-of-one pieces are associated with gicle’e printing. Four one- of-25 NFTs can also be purchased with signed prints. Eventually, four out of 100 tokens will just be sold digitally.
The time that the visitors ‘arrive’ at the exhibition, they can explore the digital gallery rooms. Among other things, each includes large-scale animations. These were designed by Roger Kupelian. He is the visual effects man from ‘The Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Hugo’.
Tankian said to Rolling Stone magazine that when the exhibition was finalized, the environment was front and center, and “lazy minting” used. Essentially, this means decreasing greenhouse gas emissions, through only minting when ETH is in low requirement.
“Decided to begin painting, so I can see my music,” Tankian stated. He also said that music is intangible, and little valued. He also added that he is glad that his art is never available outside the exhibition. “The art, my art, makes my music more unique.