In the rapidly evolving realm of digital art, Patrick Hughes, dubbed the ‘King of Reverspective,’ has once again left an indelible mark on the NFT market.
Hughes, celebrated for his groundbreaking approach to reverse perspective art, has introduced two new NFTs, each embodying his unique artistic vision. These pieces are available on the avant-garde ElmonX platform, and offer collectors an innovative way to engage with Hughes’ oeuvre.
Hughes’ new NFT collection showcases two 3D rotating structures, each a reflection of his three-decade-long career in the art world. The first piece, aptly named ‘Die,’ is a dice-like structure composed of three planes that rotate in a manner that mirrors a physical die. The second, ‘Rubik’s Cube,’ is a homage to the iconic cubism art movement, reinterpreted through Hughes’ reverse perspective approach.
Each NFT is available in a limited edition of 330, making them a sought-after addition to any digital art collection. While the private sale concluded on June 24th, art enthusiasts still have the opportunity to acquire these pieces through a public sale on the ElmonX platform.
Hughes’ venture into the NFT space commenced in August 2022 with the launch of a Reverspective collection on the VeVe platform. His entrance into the digital art market has been nothing short of revolutionary, catapulting the value of digital art to new heights.
The introduction of Hughes’ latest NFT collection has been facilitated through a partnership with the Web3 platform, ElmonX, which boasts a collection that includes NFTs by luminaries of the art world such as Claude Monet, Auguste Rodin, and even Leonardo DaVinci’s iconic ‘Mona Lisa.’
ElmonX is not only committed to the progression of digital art but also to environmental sustainability. For each sale completed, the platform pledges to plant a tree, ensuring that the expansion of the digital art market does not compromise the health of our planet.