Kialara, The Signature Series
"In trying to describe bitcoin to people, having some sort of physical representation really helps. People are very visual, and having such a beautiful piece of art to accompany the discussion about bitcoin adds a lot of value."
-Matthew Roszak (Coindesk article)
Nothing survives without art. Perhaps not a true statement, but I stand by its sentiment. Bitcoin is not limited to the box of tech or finance; above all else, bitcoin is a good idea, and all good ideas deserve a canvas.
Maxfield Mellenbruch has been expanding on the ethos of bitcoin through his stunning series of physicals. They can be personal banks, pieces of art, collectable investments, sound money. His latest work showcases unique paintings from a variety of artists.
Here is mine
Current, Julia Tourianski, 12"x17" original (oil & acrylic on wooden panel)
Giant Squid (doubted)
Snow Leopard (hunted)
Hyena (stands up to the king)
Lobster (potentially immortal)
Inspired by: Raft of the Medusa – Géricault
More of my art: http://juliatourianski.com
Purchase a Kialara: http://www.maxfield.me/blog/
– Giclee print on museum quality archival card stock
– Polished stainless steel enclosure
– One troy ounce of .999 fine silver
– Display easel 3.6" x 2.2" x 0.3"
– Public & private keys are intended to be created and loaded by the owner (detailed guide here)
– Limited edition of 500
– $179 each
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This series ties together everything I love about bitcoin. I'm humbled that I was asked to contribute and I'm proud of individuals like Max, who find brilliant ways to build on bitcoin.