Digital Art & photos in the form of an non fungible token (NFT)?
A non fungible Token (NFT) is designed to give you something unique, which can't be copied: the ownership of the work (although the artist can still retain the copyright and reproduction rights, just like with physical artwork). NFT serves as proof of authenticity for each digital file. The following images / collections are on sale, please visit the marketplace (or just click the button below).
Why Buy NFTs?
One of the obvious benefits of buying art is it lets you financially support artists you like, and that’s true with NFTs. Buying an NFT also usually gets you some basic usage rights, like being able to post the image online or set it as your profile picture. Plus, of course, there are bragging rights that you own the art, with a blockchain entry to back it up. And further on, NFTs can work like other asset, where you buy it and hope that the value of it goes up, so you can sell it for a profit. And last but not least:15 percent of the purchase price automatically goes to the Porini Foundation, a specialized Swiss charity building a bridge between innovative technology and conservation for the benefit of People and Nature (   
How to Buy NFTs?
Just click on the button below and you will be redirected to the marketplace where the pictures are for sale. For any further Help buying NFTs on check out its Help Center (  
"Blausee" collection 
It is the end of January 2021 and Switzerland is still in a Corona-related lockdown. The Federal Council has recently decided that restaurants, cultural institutions, sports facilities and recreational facilities will remain closed and even announced further drastic measures. That’s why, many places remain completely deserted.
While public life seems to have died out, a cold winter storm is raging. It snows incessantly down to low altitudes, while the landscape slowly sinks under a blanket of white. I recognize a unique opportunity for timeless images of a place, normally populated by countless tourists. Without much preparation and out of a spontaneous thought, I get behind the wheel of the hastily rented 4x4 sedan and glide over icy roads, between dancing snowflakes to Frutigen and then on towards Kandersteg. I almost missed the turnoff to the parking, but fortunately the warning lights of the huge snow-clearing vehicles on the offshore area of the Blausee showed me the way. At a somewhat more accessible place on the completely snow-covered parking lot I place the vehicle, then put on high snow boots, a cap and warm gloves. Let's go! A short time later I pass the entrance to the forest, which leads directly to the blue lake. My steps sink deep into the snow and a total silence envelops me. The reward for the adventurous trip are mystical images! Only single motionless trout and the sunken statue of a beautiful maiden with deep blue eyes, which according to a local story are responsible for the color of the mountain lake, accompany me that night.
Three Images for purchase:
"longboard dance on smoke" collection
Sveeney, a gifted skateboarder from Zurich, is the protagonist of this seemingly apocalyptic scene. His longboard is his tool of choice when it comes to placing virtuosity and joy of movement in the urban concrete wastelands. 
On a late spring day, we spontaneously decided to combine smoke, dynamics and raw parking lot scenery to fuse color, shapes and talent. 
Five Pictures for Purchase:
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