If you’re looking for unique digital art collectibles celebrating female beauty and culture, the NFT Inkers’ debut collection is for you. Featuring different hand-drawn illustrations and an impressive generative algorithm, these 100 NFTs have what it takes to become the next big thing.
The Inkers: a generative art masterpiece
The Inkers isn’t your average NFT project. Created by a family of visual artists, these 100 digital collectibles are a top example for what generative art should look like. In fact, the team created a generative algorithm to blend tens of hand-illustrated layers.
The basic drawings feature female icons, each representing different styles and cultures: Marilyn Monroe, Frida Kahlo, Geisha, and Japanese folklore character Kuchisake-onna. In addition, there are four main styles, created by the talented team of tattoo artists: art nouveau, graffiti, creepy, and cartoon art. The Inkers NFT collection also features several original artworks, along with big mashups of the digital layers.
As the generative algorithm is blending these styles, the result is outstanding: a unique blend of color, culture, and female beauty.
This interesting concept quickly caught collectors’ eye, with 54 NFTs already sold on their website. However, you can still purchase a new original for 0.121 ETH, or get your own copy of an existing one for 0.075 ETH. If you truly want a specific original, you might find it on secondary marketplaces like OpenSea.
Once you purchase the NFT, be it original or a copy, you can also order its physical copy for free! This version is signed by the artists’ team and engraved with your blockchain transaction address.
Aside from their uniqueness, the Inkers NFTs can also increase your revenue in the long run. Let’s see how the financial mechanics work!
Receiving NFT commissions
Every owner of an Inkers NFT receives a 30% commission for each copy of that NFT sold. Note that the first copy of the original costs 0.050 ETH. However, the price of a copy increases by 50% for each subsequent sale; in essence, the more copies are sold, the more ETH you get!
Copy NFT owners have several perks, too. In this case, all copyholders receive a 30% commission distributed equally for each sale. Every collector receives the commissions automatically in his virtual account, and they can be accessed anytime.
Meanwhile, the NFT artists receive a 10% commission for every resale on the secondary marketplaces. But who are the artists behind NFT Inkers after all?
The team behind the Inkers NFT project
A family of talented visual artists designed the Inkers NFT collection. Dimitri HK, the project’s president, tapped into NFTs thanks to his brother, Simon Oualid. The two initiated The Inkers, along with Dimitri HK’s children, Nina and Elvin, and developer Fabien LG.
All three family members have worked as tattoo artists (Dimitri Hk has over 30 years of experience!), and Nina is now a video game illustrator. Their professional background has led to an impressive generative art collection – and this might be just the beginning!