Working in the world of technology with-out specialization we’re allowed an opportunity to explore new ideas on how new tech can be applied to old ideas. It’s exciting for us to egage with our clients and say “what if” and feel that start-up rush again.
So working with a talent like Rich Rush, a 40 year veteran of the sports art niche, we find a creative just as pumped as we are and just as ready to say “what if?”.
Let’s start with “What is Blockchain?” and we find the standard definition as:
nounnoun: blockchain; plural noun: blockchains; noun: block-chain; plural noun: block-chains
- a digital ledger in which transactions made in bitcoin or another cryptocurrency are recorded chronologically and publicly.“we can actually have a look at the blockchain and see evidence of what’s going on”
A digital, online, world recognized ledge where any and all transactions take place and items are checked and balance.
There are many different ways the art world is looking at blockchain but for our discussions it’s the idea of getting rid of the pravance – a paper history of the ownership of the art piece starting with the artist himself – and the physical art completely.
No physical art at all.
Most of us have had a digital wall paper on our computer or digital devices, most of us know that this was either created digitally or photographed and uploaded an now we can share it everywhere – but what if that wall paper had a way to call home, confirm you paid and decide whether or not you had the rights to see it?
Rather than print