As one of the most remarkable German sculptors, Professor Tobias Rehberger has created hybrid NFT art. He dubbed the piece “Fairytales and Conspiracy”; he used images obtained from Action Press stock pictures to create this piece. The professor has created five animation collages, totaling 3,750 frames.
Fairytales and Conspiracies
Rehberger’s ‘Fairytales and Conspiracies’ explores the themes of artistic creativity, uniqueness, and worth. For this project, Rehberger chose photographs from Action Press, one of the largest photo agencies, for its stock photographs. In five Liquid Posters NFTs, Rehberger has twisted and assembled the photographs into a series of digital collages titled ‘Liquid Posters’ The five NFTs comprise 3,750 distinct digital frames.
A number of individuals participated in Rehberger’s collaboration on the ‘Fairytales and Conspiracies’ NFT art collection. It includes passages from Max Frisch’s novel “Fragebogen” (Questionnaire), as well as the accompanying music composed by DJ Markus Nikolai. The technical implementation of the smart contracts and user interface was carried out by FINPRO.
At a vernissage (private viewing) at the TechQuartier in Frankfurt, Germany, the five Liquid Posters will be unveiled for the first time. It will not be possible to buy NFTs until 7 p.m., and clips cannot be viewed on the website until then. Rehberger has not yet provided a price range, but we expect an ETH equivalent in the high range of a triple-digit Euro value.
You can find all the latest news, information, and previews on the project’s Twitter account, @fairytalesandc.
Benefits for Buyers
Furthermore, “Fairytales and Conspiracies” integrates audience and potential consumers into the production process. When a frame is purchased, the NFT is created and sent to an Ethereum wallet. A signed A1 print of the selected frame created by the artist is sent to the buyer along with the video file of the Liquid Poster from which the digital frame was extracted. They also ship anywhere in the world!