VLF Launches its First NFTs
Marking a significant achievement, the Vaduz Light Festival broadened its digital footprint by launching its first-ever NFTs, demonstrating an evolving approach to art and technology.
On the 19th of May, the Vaduz Light Festival, in collaboration with artist Stefan Kainbacher, made a significant leap into the digital art sphere by releasing its first-ever Light Art NFTs on the Tezos platform, objkt.
This milestone, far from being just a technological feat, has led us into new territories of artistic light expression. Each of the four unique artworks is not just a piece of light art but also an experience that comes with its own virtual space on Mozilla Hubs. This revolutionary approach allows buyers to immerse themselves fully in their purchased Light Art NFT, anytime and anywhere, whether it's through a phone, desktop, or VR headset.
Art is not merely a product but an experience, and with these NFTs, we've been able to encapsulate this belief. This evolution in digital art purchase, providing a dedicated virtual space along with the artwork, is the central value to the Vaduz Light Festival.
Our partnership with the renowned NFT platform OBJKT on Tezos has been instrumental in this venture. We are especially grateful to Brian Mc Alister and Ombeline Rosset for their support and expertise in making this possible.
The Virtual Vaduz Light Festival concludes on the 28th of May, but our journey into the virtual realm of art continues. There's more exciting news to come before the festival's closing. We want to express our gratitude to everyone who has stood by us during this transformative journey. Your unwavering support fuels our innovation, and we hope that you'll continue to spread the word about our Light Art NFTs.
Our sincere thanks also extend to Gemeinde Vaduz and Kulturstiftung Liechtenstein, whose support has been invaluable.
In conclusion, we proudly say: "WE HAVE OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED OUR NFTs." Come experience the first-ever light art festival in the metaverse and join us in this celebration of art, light, and technology. For those who haven't had the chance to join us yet, visit https://linktr.ee/valife and step into our virtual realm of light art.