Shipwrecked
Attributes
RarityFoundation Edition
Season1
Release8
Edition Number1

Shipwrecked

Cornelius Brudi
Cornelius Brudi has given this painting to the Verses team to exclusively mint as an NFT for the first time. This minting marks the passage of this image from the physical world into the Verses. This edition is the only Foundation Edition of Shipwrecked that will ever be made.
 
Ownership Benefits:
 
As the holder of this NFT, you will receive free airdrops of future cards based on this art, including a Signature Edition.
 
You can play with this as a full art card in Verses games.
 
Artist Statement:
 
As a child, I was heavily influenced by two historical figures. One was the author Daniel Dafoe, whose literature I loved. The other was Alexander von Humboldt, a German naturalist and explorer of the eighteenth and nineteenth century, who traveled extensively in South America.
 
The idea of being cast away on a remote island always fascinated me. Would I want to find my way back to "civilization", or decide to stay where I am? I think I always leaned towards the later.
 
A wise person once told me "there is nothing wrong with being lost, it just means you're searching for something".
 
This piece is part of a three dimensional illustrated story for children.
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Shipwrecked

Shipwrecked
View NFT on the blockchain
Attributes
RarityFoundation Edition
Season1
Release8
Edition Number1
Cornelius Brudi has given this painting to the Verses team to exclusively mint as an NFT for the first time. This minting marks the passage of this image from the physical world into the Verses. This edition is the only Foundation Edition of Shipwrecked that will ever be made.
 
Ownership Benefits:
 
As the holder of this NFT, you will receive free airdrops of future cards based on this art, including a Signature Edition.
 
You can play with this as a full art card in Verses games.
 
Artist Statement:
 
As a child, I was heavily influenced by two historical figures. One was the author Daniel Dafoe, whose literature I loved. The other was Alexander von Humboldt, a German naturalist and explorer of the eighteenth and nineteenth century, who traveled extensively in South America.
 
The idea of being cast away on a remote island always fascinated me. Would I want to find my way back to "civilization", or decide to stay where I am? I think I always leaned towards the later.
 
A wise person once told me "there is nothing wrong with being lost, it just means you're searching for something".
 
This piece is part of a three dimensional illustrated story for children.
Cornelius Brudi
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