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GraffPunks meets BitcoinLive and Blockcast.cc in this week episode. In this show our guests, Darren and Yuna talk about bringing more youths into the art scene.
Next month, Darren starts an art program in his local youth prison. Darren’s work has given him nationwide attention, leading him to become the only UK government-backed graffiti artist and official street artist for the 2012 London Olympics. Graffiti Kings work all over the world for nearly every company we know about. It really is a rags to riches real life story for another time.
Their enthusiasm for educating kids in art has now spilled over into NFTs as they see this space as the future for artists of all ages. The Graff Punks art exhibition will not be a one off, but an ongoing program for minors to help educate them about NFTs and this new digital world we are all entering, from onboarding to minting and teaching them all things metaverse so they can keep doing what they love to do: creating.
To make this exhibition extra special, they have teamed up with R2 Collectables. The Uplift World team, EOS Amsterdam and more to come.
You can check out their recent piece about dropping NFTs on Wax if you’re looking to submit something to the Graff Punks exhibition. The date of the first official Graff Punks Exhibition is August 28th. It is open to all artists 16 and under minting on the Wax Blockchain. You can enter via this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeMWzucSXGprx4RueP7GZucy4iTC4gU16tu7CboJkUbAK-5Qg/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0.
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