Arc Angel
Attributes
RarityFoundation Edition
Season1
Release18
Edition Number1

Arc Angel

Anson Maddocks
Anson Maddocks has given this acrylic 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 Arc Angel that will ever be made.
 
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:
 
The original artwork has a very personal story attached to it. It is the story of my brother, Jerry Howell, aka Smiley, who was a welder. On October 7th, 2014, Anson flew from Seattle to Las Vegas to meet my parents for the first time. That same evening, we were awoken by a local sheriff who came to notify us that my brother had been murdered in our hometown of Port Angeles, Washington.
Anson began creating this artwork while we were in Port Angeles awaiting the sentencing of the individual responsible for my brother’s death. Anson never got to meet my brother but he was all too aware of how our family suffered in the wake of my brother’s death. Anson gave the original artwork to my parents as a gift, which they have proudly displayed on their living room walls ever since.
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Arc Angel

Arc Angel
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Attributes
RarityFoundation Edition
Season1
Release18
Edition Number1
Anson Maddocks has given this acrylic 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 Arc Angel that will ever be made.
 
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:
 
The original artwork has a very personal story attached to it. It is the story of my brother, Jerry Howell, aka Smiley, who was a welder. On October 7th, 2014, Anson flew from Seattle to Las Vegas to meet my parents for the first time. That same evening, we were awoken by a local sheriff who came to notify us that my brother had been murdered in our hometown of Port Angeles, Washington.
Anson began creating this artwork while we were in Port Angeles awaiting the sentencing of the individual responsible for my brother’s death. Anson never got to meet my brother but he was all too aware of how our family suffered in the wake of my brother’s death. Anson gave the original artwork to my parents as a gift, which they have proudly displayed on their living room walls ever since.
Anson Maddocks