Dear People

Dear People

Drew Tucker
To commemorate Drew Tucker giving this painting to the Verses team to exclusively mint as NFTs, we are minting 100 with his signature. Each of these is a reminder of the connection between collector, art, and artist. These 100 editions are the only Signature Editions of Dear People that will ever be made.
 
Ownership Benefits:
 
As the holder of this NFT, you will receive free airdrops of future cards based on the Foundation Edition this piece originates from.
 
You can play with this as a signed full art card in Verses games.
 
Artist Statement:
 
From time to time, we are confronted by a piece of artwork that raises a lot of questions. Dear People by artist Drew Tucker is one such work. During a lull in illustration assignments, Tucker was looking to create a study in brighter colors than his favored darker, more somber tones.
 
Inspired by a sculpture he’d seen, he set about writing down details that could be incorporated into the work, sketching out aspects before laying them down in the original. As to the meaning, the piece represented his thoughts on how mankind and the animal kingdom coexist. His interpretation ended with a blending of the two, haunting but beautiful.
Editions 94/100Buy withView NFT on the blockchain

Dear People

Dear People
View NFT on the blockchain
To commemorate Drew Tucker giving this painting to the Verses team to exclusively mint as NFTs, we are minting 100 with his signature. Each of these is a reminder of the connection between collector, art, and artist. These 100 editions are the only Signature Editions of Dear People that will ever be made.
 
Ownership Benefits:
 
As the holder of this NFT, you will receive free airdrops of future cards based on the Foundation Edition this piece originates from.
 
You can play with this as a signed full art card in Verses games.
 
Artist Statement:
 
From time to time, we are confronted by a piece of artwork that raises a lot of questions. Dear People by artist Drew Tucker is one such work. During a lull in illustration assignments, Tucker was looking to create a study in brighter colors than his favored darker, more somber tones.
 
Inspired by a sculpture he’d seen, he set about writing down details that could be incorporated into the work, sketching out aspects before laying them down in the original. As to the meaning, the piece represented his thoughts on how mankind and the animal kingdom coexist. His interpretation ended with a blending of the two, haunting but beautiful.
Drew TuckerEditions 94/100