Another great news from the Lebanese in the futuristic world of NFT and blockchain. Ginger Potter, a young Lebanese NFT artist established in Lebanon, just got his NFT arts sold out on OpenSea.
OpenSea is one of the largest marketplaces for non-fungible tokens (NFT) where talented artists can sell their digital artworks.
Lebanese Le Ralph or Ginger Potter is an artist who draws characters describing mental illnesses and the human psychological state like paranoia, solitude, and depression.
He also reflects in his art about how Introverts react and are affected by the world and their surrounding.
This is a huge milestone to achieve for young artists since digital art is becoming more and more valuable and appreciated in blockchain technology.
This is not the only good news regarding Lebanon and NFT. Other Lebanese artists, designers, and entrepreneurs are entering the NFT world and succeeding in this endeavor.
Just last week, NFT Project Metapreneurs with Lebanese founders was sold out.
It marked a huge success: “the biggest sold-out project in Lebanon. The 3rd biggest sold-out project in the Middle East. And on the top 100 charts on Opensea worldwide,” as announced by its CEO and co-founder Jad Al Fakhani.
That was promptly followed by the news of the Lebanese designer Rami Kadi revealing that he will be launching his first NFT collection during the SS2022 couture fashion week in Paris on January 25-26.