- Ghanaian artist Kojo Marfo announces his creative NFT collections.
- This will be released in collaboration with JD Malat Gallery.
- Marfo’s NFTs will focus on prevailing social issues.
As NFTs evolve, new trends and concepts have originated in the NFT realm. Many artists, musicians, and other cultural artists have created many worthy NFTs. Recently, London-based Ghanaian artist Kojo Marfo declared his upcoming NFT collection.
Notably, the NFT collection will include borrowed elements from Pablo Picasso, masks, and artifacts. Also, the collection will display a logical extension of his work ethic and primes the key elements of the evolution of society.
In detail, the NFT series will be minted throughout April 2022 in partnership with JD Malat Gallery, located in Claridge House, UK.
Marfo sees NFTs as a medium to reach new people, specifically those with an investor mind and are passionate about the art world.
However, the NFT collection is created based on 250 characteristics which are distributed through an algorithm to generate unique NFTs. Moreover, there are three vital elements in this collection.
One is Artistic vision, which shows the increasing visibility of Marfo’s work through new connections. Second, Charity — a share of proceeds donated to a charity of choice which means Marfo wishes to help people in insecure situations. Finally, Blending the real and digital world, by which NFTs allow more people to understand Marfo’s work and choose it if they needed.
Among the artworks of over 1,000 artists exhibited in the gallery, Marfo’s NFT series received high prestige and comments. Marfo’s artworks are now officially represented by the JD Malat Gallery.
Kojo Marfo is a Ghanaian artist who developed his interest and passion in art and visual culture via traditional Akan artifacts, carvings, sculptures, etc. Most importantly, Marfo depicts his traditional Akan arts to reflect certain social issues like politics, religion, inequalities, and spiritualism. Some of his artworks are “Treasure of the Heart”, “Stranger#11”, and “Precious”.