Leonardo da Vinci’s attributed work, Salvator Mundi, is set to embark on a new digital journey as a non-fungible token (NFT).
Having fetched a remarkable $450.3 million at a Christie’s auction in 2017, the painting will make its transition to the blockchain in collaboration with ElmonX, a digital collectibles platform, and Bridgeman Images, an established image licensing company.
The forthcoming NFT release will include two distinct digital versions: the Original and the Artist Proof.
The Original NFT will showcase an animated rendition of the painting, offering a complete 360-degree rotation. A limited quantity of 660 units will be made available, each carrying an approximate price of $190.
The “Artist Proof” NFT will be available in just 13 units, each with a price of £1100, around $1,400. This edition will also grant access to a corresponding physical museum-quality pictorial depth print, sized 65.7 x 45.7 cm, mirroring the dimensions of the original Salvator Mundi.
Both editions of the NFT release are scheduled for Saturday, August 12, at 9 AM PT, accessible through the ElmonX platform.
Leonardo Da Vinci’s artistic creations have previously ventured into the Web3 space. In April 2022, the NFT marketplace Makersplace collaborated with The Holoverse to present a unique auction featuring a holographic NFT rendition of Leonardo da Vinci’s renowned masterpiece, La Bella Principessa.
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