#TogetherUkr is an exceptional NFT collection created by renowned artists to help the people of Ukraine
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100% of the proceeds from the sale will be donated to Ukrainian artists and to #EnsembleUkraine, a non profit organization providing material and moral support to Ukrainians in need
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TogetherUkr is a collection of 25,000 NFTs, unique digital collectibles living on the Ethereum blockchain.
Each Children of democracy designed by Blackmeal Studio is unique and programmatically generated from over 48 possible traits, including accessories, outfit and more. All Children of democracy are spreading hope for Ukraine.
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Twenty artists from all around the world join the movement . After the sale, top donors will take part in an Airdrop of rare NFTs created by famous artists.
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Itzhaq Mevorah was born in 1971 in Tel Aviv, Israel to a family of artists, who started their way in the beginning of the century in Bulgaria. From a very young age Mevorah has decided to be an artist. In his own words: "The choice of going in an artistic path was strongly impacted by the major injury my father has gone through when he was in a war. I was 11 years old when it happened, and from that moment on I had decided that I am going to paint. I have decided that from that point I will paint my life with the colors that I will choose and not with the colors of grief. My father died few years after his injury." Mevorah finished in 1999 his studies in Avni Institute of Art and Design in Tel Aviv.The artist describes his style as "Neo-Pop" and wishes to combine in his art his love for the design world alongside his skills as an artist. In his work he takes inspiration from his personal experience and from observing the world around him. " I choose a subject while experiencing cultural, spiritual, or actual experiences that meets me in my everyday life, and I try to combine them with the known motives I always use in my artwork." says Mevorah. The artist works adorns public spaces, offices and privet collections in Israel and around the world.
Jérôme Bryon was born in Paris in 1974, he lives in Montpellier, France. After graduating in architecture and design, he quickly becomes a photographer. Represented by the Galerie Vieille du Temple since 2011, he had his first solo exhibition in 2012, and the gallery will represent him at the ART PARIS / ART FAIR at the Grand Palais in Paris this spring 2016. Haunted by images inherited from Russian constructivism to radical architecture, his photographs are very graphicly composed. His serie Sous Œuvres which means litterally « under pieces » also designates the parts of a building site that are fated to disappear. By recreating a space or abolish it completely Bryon creates a new enchanted image out of this poor first hand material. Likewise, his serie Posture explores the idea of creative survival : how to create in a sterile environement. Bryon goes from room to room in the cheapest chain hotel where he must make one image a room. The result is this abstract serie , where space and reality are altered to create these photographic pastel collages made out of the flip side of a mattress. Bryon’s pictures -that are never retrouched- distinguishes themselves by their picturality, his extreme attention to details and surfaces creates a new substantiality for these abstract images. The photographer extract trivial sculptures from our daily reality to bring them towards their abstract universality.
Tanbelia is a Ukrainian artist from Rivne city, working with the subjects of nature and the environment. Studied at the Lviv National Academy of Arts. The artwork is "Peace for Ukraine" created during the war in Ukraine.
Yann Arthus-Bertrand has always had a passion for the animal world and the natural environment. When he was 30 he carried out a three-year study on the behaviour of a family of lions in the Masai Mara reserve. For the first Rio Conference in 1992, Yann decided to prepare a big work for the year 2000 on the state of the planet: it is The Earth From Above. This book encountered a great success and over 3 million copies were sold. Yann then created the GoodPlanet foundation to raise public awareness of environmental issues. He was designated Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme on Earth Day (April 22nd, 2009).In 2006, Yann started the series From Above, and he undertook the production of the feature film, Home.In 2012, Yann also began filming another feature film called Human. composed of interviews with people from all conditions in 45 countries. In 2017, Yann and the GoodPlanet foundation will open a place dedicated to humanism and ecology in ParisIn 2020 was released Woman, a feature film co-directed with Anastasia Mikova. A worldwide project giving a voice to 2000 women across 50 different countries. The aim of the film is to call for rights, find solutions and initiate change. His latest projet Legacy was broadcasted in the beginning of 2021 and Yann is now working on his next feature films : France, a love story and Refugees.
Masha TABET is an artist painter and calligrapher. Trained at the School of Fine Arts in Ukraine, Masha has been following the teachings of Japanese and Chinese masters in calligraphy, painting and ceramics in France since 2000. Her calligraphy is created using a free style, founded on the freedom of movement and with a boundless energy. She uses a large brush, and mainly Indian ink and natural pigments. Her work consists of injecting a contemporary feel, anchored in the Western world, to ancient art and meditation techniques. She focuses on perfecting strokes, closely linked to her spontaneity and subconscious.
In 2019, Masha set up her artist’s studio in Occitanie, in the Hérault region of France. Her work is part of private collections in France, Japan, Luxembourg, Russia and Quebec. In 2020, Masha Tabet worked on a project at the School of Far Eastern Art "Trois Pinceaux" in which she led courses and workshops on Far Eastern painting and calligraphy in the Larzac region, Fontainebleau and Paris.
Self-taught artist from Vichy, Renaud SAUZEDDE began his professional career as a graphic designer in the skateboarding and sliding sports industry. He founded his own brand of Electric Guitars Customs, for which he was artistic director and designer for 10 years. The constant need for adventure and artistic exploration led him to learn tattooing, a technique that allowed him to further develop his style and creativity. In 2018 he created the VICHYVENICE studio. Influenced by the urban and rock culture of North America (skateboard/street art), but also by the art nouveau 's movement and the art of the poster of the last century, Renaud SAUZEDDE mixes and instinctively appropriates all his passions and the carved stones of its past, to build and restore original personal creations. So.Z has a strong need to constantly express itself in changing media. The search for sensations in the expression of his art is everywhere, music, painting, tattooing, digital design...
Gwendoline Finaz de Villaine is a French painter, singer and author. Her painting is music on paper, influenced by her stage experience, Cubism, Surrealism and African Art. Passionate about the 1920s, she likes to make her "open-air unconscious" converse with Chinese ink totems and dancing carafes. Her Japanese works are reminiscent of Akinori Haga and Kandinsky, and illustrate the artist's taste for mixing Eastern and Western influences. Interested in magic, synchronicities and signs, as a painter, Gwendoline continues her exploration of detailed work using ink pens, and strengthens her technique of shading, mixing small springs, circles and a mineral, organic universe, which she calls "ink caviar". "I never know where a painting will take me and I am always surprised by the final result, which appears before my eyes as a premonition, a message from the afterlife.”Alongside the Linkee and Arsso France associations, which fight against food insecurity among students, Gwendoline worked on a monumental 30-metre high fresco for one of the walls of the Sorbonne University (Paris) in June 2021, to benefit these causes. In 2021, the artist was selected to paint vat no. 8 in the Les Carmes Haut-Brion winery, designed by Philippe Starck and Luc Arsène-Henry, in Bordeaux. She signed the fresco for the 140th anniversary of the HEC Paris in December 2021.Her work was exhibited at the Grand Palais in Paris in February 2022 (Art Capital). In June 2022, the painter will adorn the Place du Panthéon with a work paying tribute to Joséphine Baker. Gwendoline is represented by the Ellia Art Gallery in Paris.
NRV is creative agency specialized in digital art and web design from Toulouse. We create unique graphic designs such as logos and posters through our "Identity and Creation" department. Whatever the technique we use (hand drawing, illustration, or a digital tablet), every single one of our designs is timeless and carries a strong and meaningful message from the association or company we represent.Taking part in TogetherUkr is defending freedom, mutual aid, and peace, which are our agency's core values.
Daria Alyoshkina was born on March 5, 1982 in Kyiv in the family of sculptors Oleksa and Lyudmila Aloshkin. She spent her childhood in Vinnytsia region where she was graduated from College of Applied Arts. She was also graduated from the Lviv National Academy of Arts in 2017, with a Master's degree in monumental and decorative sculpture. She worked in the field of easel and monumental sculpture, embossing, graphics. She was director of the Shadow Theater "See". She participated in more than thirty sculpturals symposiums in Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania. Her sculptures adorn such cities as Kyiv, Lviv, the Black Sea, Zhovkva, Kolomyia, Svalyava, Kalush, Gdansk (Poland). She has represented Ukraine at international events and her papercuts were twice decorated at the famous book forum in Paris “Livre Paris”.
Greg Guillemin, known as Léon to his friends, has a unique signature blending superheroes, striking colours and an unparalleled sense of derision.Taking inspiration from the comic books, video games and films of his childhood, he has captured the features of our favourite heroes, and has fun transforming them in a fresh and playful manner. His experience working in an advertising agency shows in his work too, as he knows exactly what type of stylish and shocking image has an impact and catches the eye from the very first glance.The prolific SLOH (Secret Life Of Heroes) series, which has been acclaimed worldwide since its creation, is proof of this effective mix of genres - Catwoman, renamed as Cat Pacifier, nonchalantly enjoys a lollipop, while Mario grooms his moustache…Initially digital, Greg Guillemin's works have been coming to life on canvas since 2013 using a hybrid technique combining acrylic flat colours with stencils and spray paint borrowed from street art.Although often compared to Roy Lichtenstein, Guillemin is clearly distinguishable due to his willingness to take a character out of its narrative context, and not out of its medium.Greg Guilemin is a leading Pop Artist who is not only sure to surprise us with his future works, but also invites us to enjoy his work, and to stop and think.
Ito Dubois is a French painter born in 1989. Ito was born and raised in Toulouse, city in which he's living and working. He started painting very young, at the age of 14. Ito quickly specialized in the abstract expressionism movement. It is through the technique of dripping - a technique that consists of throwing paint onto the canvas with energy - that Ito uses his hyperactivity to create his paintings.To help Ukraine, Ito created this NFT using two of his paintings that have been assembled to recreate the flag of Ukraine in the background and where his paint stains are found at the flag's extremities. These paint stains represent the forces at work. The people unite to carry one of their own. Depending on the choices of each one, the Ukrainian flag will be discovered."Be the change that you wish to see in the world. (Gandhi)
Daria Pavliuk was born on July 3, 1998 in the city of Rivne Ukraine, studied at the Rivne State University for the Humanities in the course of fine arts and decorative arts. This masterpiece called "Freedom" was made in March 2022 during the conflict.
Marguerite de Tavernost is a French (European!) photographer who tries to convey the raw character of Nature through the raw character of analog photography. She shoots on films only and focus on travel photography. Marguerite swapped her investor hat for a camera strap early 2022. Prior to making the big jump, she was a Venture Capital investor and evolved in the technology industry for 7 years. Marguerite grew up in Paris and lived in London, Madrid, Istanbul, Berlin and Cape Town. She is now based in Paris.
Vira Yakymchuk is a Ukrainian contemporary painter. She is, above all, a self-taught painter, developed her original style based on the color of nature. Whose creative production revolves around classical figurative painting, presented in a modern manner. It reflects reality as a dream, which is also a reflection of real life. The artist’s work is both a celebratory and critical exploration of the delicate and highly complex natural feelings and emotions of human the around the world and the human relationship. The work not only investigates the intricate interrelatedness of the human of these various world and feelings, as well as the formation of these systems through the naturally selective forces of reality, but also the human role as an force acting on these systems from the inside and around.
Anastasiia Ovod is an Ukrainian contemporary artist. To express her feeling about the war and being under attack she has made this painting for #TogetherUkr. Anastasiia is living in Lviv and has decided to stay in her country to express her solidarity.
Deb Covell (b.1966, Stockton on Tees) lives and works in Teesside. She received her BA Fine Art from Liverpool Polytechnic and her MA Fine Art from UEL. She was a finalist in the 2014 Aesthetica Art Prize and her works are held in private and public collections including the MIMA Collection, Middlesbrough. Deb Covell’s practice is concerned with bringing a form into being by exploring the material and sculptural potential of paint. She has omitted a traditional fixed support of a canvas and instead paints layers of acrylic paint onto plastic sheets which are then peeled off to create a paint support or ‘skin’. She then goes onto fold, crease, cut and collapse these paint supports thinking about gravity, weight, shape, surface and colour and lets the natural behaviour of the paint take precedent until new three dimensional forms emerge.
Frank Bakatsias is a 25 years old Architect from Greece. He is a talented Street artist. You can see his amazing performance on the walls of Athens, in Greece. Franck is also an amazing tattoo artist. Franck wanted to show his support to Ukrainians people by doing a Masterpiece on the wall of Athens. Pictures of his street art have made a world tour.
Roman Chizz started his art career from the streets. Explores folk art and creativity of ancestors who encoded their observations of nature, star skyes and world around them in symbols and ornaments.In his art Roman Chizz mixes aesthetics and knowledge of physics, tech, nature, astronomy, and “coding” symbolism of Ukrainian ancestors.HUMANE + MACHINE for creating art is a collaboration that underlies my work. The artist deals with the idea, composition, colors, dialogue with the audience. The computer is engaged in mathematical calculation of the direction of aesthetics which is controlled by the artist.
“ The artist bears witness to his time ”
On February 24, 2022, the war declared on Ukraine drove hundreds of thousands of people into exile, and the violence that has been unleashed threatens millions more.
Gathering together entrepreneurs from various backgrounds who share the same desire: to help the Ukrainian community. The organization’s goal is to help the population meet their basic needs through fundraising and other actions. Initiatives include providing medical assistance, logistics, and staple goods.
So that peace and democracy triumph without delay. We cannot thank you enough for agreeing to support us, for your commitment and for your solidarity. The TogetherUkr charity branch offers, a fundraiser in the form of NFTs. Throughout this blockchain action, we are committed to meeting the transparency, security, and rapidity required under such serious circumstances.
All proceeds from the sale will be donated to #EnsembleUkraine, an association working to provide material and moral support to Ukrainians in need.
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