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Renowned Japanese rope artist Hajime Kinoko will debut his first installation in AR as an NFT on Ethereum

Entitled “Samsara,” this is a unique opportunity for art collectors and investors to own an exceptional artwork inspired by the rich subculture of Japan. “Samsara” is an ambitious, one-of-a-kind project combining performance art, cryptocurrency and 3D imaging as an NFT.

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The piece — a massive rope art installation rendered in 3D — is the result of a collaboration between Hajime Kinoko, the world’s preeminent “shibari” artist, and Zak Shibuya of Reality Production Management (RPM). “Shibari,” also known as “kinbaku,” is a style of rope art in Japan.  It has never before been captured this way in digital form for augmented reality.

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The drop date for Hajime Kinoko and Zak Shibuya’s work is scheduled to be May 22, 2021 at 09:30 PST. Interested parties can bid using cryptocurrencies including Ethereum and stablecoins such as USDC.

In regards to the NFT, Hajime Kinoko said “I’d like for people all over the world to be able to share in my creative vision. I am making this installation in AR so my fans who can’t come to Japan can view it wherever they like even during the global pandemic.”

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