This fine art genesis collection offers the opportunity to join the ATG collection club, and are eligible to obtain the NFT whitelist for subsequent sales. Buyers can download 50 seconds of the full stunning artistic 3D animation.
About artist :Takayuki Matsumine
Born in Iwate Prefecture in 1985.
At the age of 16, Matsumine suffered a serious cervical spine injury during a ski sport he was engaged in at the time, which left him paralyzed from the shoulders down, and was forced to confronted the idea of life on a daily basis. In the process of searching for a new self in the midst of disappointment, he says, “sometimes society blew down on me very harshly, and sometimes it saved me very warmly,” and these two great winds have cultivated his powerful sensibility. Since beginning his career as an artist, Matsumine has been creating three-dimensional and media artworks based on the themes of space, human beings, and nature. His works have been “co-created” through the collaboration of art assistants who share Matsumine’s approach of connecting self-expression, tragedy, and pain to “beauty”. All living things suffer various hardships, large or small. The artist attempts to share with the viewers that it is precisely by confronting these events that we can learn to appreciate them and perceive their beauty.
This impressive piece of digital artwork has a good collection value and has been
permanently registered on the Matic blockchain, with a limited number of 1,000 copies
worldwide. Interested NFT collectors can log in to Opensea(https://opensea.io/collection/
atg-collection)to view, and have the opportunity to obtain the pre-emptive right to
purchase the follow-up works of ART TOKYO GLOBAL.
本次美术创世收藏提供加入ATG收藏俱乐部的机会，并有资格获得NFT白名单进行后续销售。购买者可以下载 50 秒的完整令人惊叹的艺术 3D 动画。
艺术家简介：松嶺貴幸 Takayuki Matsumine
16 岁时，松峰在当时从事的滑雪运动中颈椎严重受伤，导致肩部以下瘫痪，被迫每天面对生活的想法。在失意中寻找新自我的过程中，他说，“社会有时对我吹得很狠，有时又很温暖地救了我”，这两股大风培养了他强大的感性。自从作为艺术家开始他的职业生涯以来，Matsumine 一直以空间、人类和自然为主题创作三维和媒体艺术作品。他的作品是通过艺术助理的合作“共同创作”的，他们分享了松峰将自我表达、悲剧和痛苦与“美”联系起来的方法。众生皆受苦，或大或小。艺术家试图与观众分享，正是通过面对这些事件，我们才能学会欣赏它们并感知它们的美。