The community of graphic designers is a very diverse and inclusive one, and it’s growing every day. It’s inspiring to see so many people using their skills, knowledge, and creativity to make the world a better place. As the world changes and more and more people are becoming aware of social issues, many graphic designers are turning to supporting social causes and using design as another tool in their toolbox.
The world of crypto and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) has opened up new opportunities for artists to explore their creativity as well as make money through the crypto economy
A 23-year-old girl from Chandigarh named Deepakshi Aggarwal lives in Mumbai. Her professions include illustrator, graphic designer, 2D artist, and visualiser. She has always had a passion for animals, and since childhood has wanted to do something to help them.
Ultimately, she did find it, though, through art, or more specifically digital art, and that, too, through the world of crypto currency and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
She says she was struggling to get a fair credit for her art, but crypto and NFTs gave her a new canvas, and thus she has been able to raise a lot of money for the cause.
In her account, she started her journey in the world of NFT about seven months ago, and today her NFT collection includes 313 renditions of the character Nom Nom, which she has created.
With NFTs, she is now among the many artists in India who have found a huge audience, as well as faster responses and competitive remuneration, and she is overwhelmed by the support and the experience she has gained.
The cherry on top, in her view, are NFTs.
Mukul Kapoor, a 22-year-old writer and photographer from Mumbai, is another example.
As he carried out further research, he began to realize the potential of the NFT space. His original interests were digital art, cryptocurrencies, and the metaverse. The first time he listed a photo, Trivikrama, The Conqueror, he sold it for 0.09 Binance Coin (BNB).
There are now two more creations available for auction, priced at 0.09 BNB each, and he is looking for creators around the world who are interested in using the technology.
The global Covid-19 pandemic has made digital art and NFT extremely popular. NFTs emerged as an alternative income source as revenues in traditional art spaces declined as a result of the closures of art galleries.
The NFT and metaverse world is awash in digital assets such as images, videos, music, and collectibles, and artists like Mukul and Deepakshi are establishing themselves and making a lot of money at the same time.
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