Bluethumb Launches Third NFT Collection Amidst Significant Growth Projections in the Digital Art Market
Bluethumb Digital is launching a third exclusive collection, Free Frida, as interest in NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) in Australia is predicted to see significant growth in 2023.
It’s an exciting time here at Bluethumb Digital, with our very first Artist Series launching later this month. At the forefront of our newest curated collection is Year of the Woman artist Yasmin Shima, who is releasing a brand new drop of seven 1/1 artworks titled “Free Frida”. In today’s feature, we’ll be asking Yasmin ten questions, including her goals as an artist, the challenges of creating her own collection, as well as the inspiration behind the Free Frida series. We also have an announcement at the end – keep reading to find out more!
Continuing where we left off in Part 1, today we’ll be introducing ten more female Australian artists in the crypto scene. Get a fresh taste of art styles and individual mediums chosen by these creators: from hand-drawn, digitally created art to mind-bending animations and even AI textile art, the local NFT landscape remains vast and unexplored. Keep reading to find out more.
GM readers (that’s good morning in the NFT community)! After a lot of hard work behind the scenes, we’re proud to say our new curated platform, Bluethumb Digital, is live. Our first collection launched in February, featuring some of Australia’s top digital artists alongside fan favourites from Bluethumb venturing into the metaverse for the first time. Since then, we’ve been working hard on improving the site and adding new and exciting art for you all to enjoy!