Artist posts 1985 innovative digital art NFTs by BTC peers



Artist publishes 1985 innovative digital art NFTs

Several years before the release of Adobe (NASDAQ 🙂 Photoshop, Alan Tibbetts produced three unique pieces of digital photos at Lightspeed Computers in Boston in 1985. The company that owns graphic imaging software was founded by an artist and entrepreneur, Francis Olshafskie, to use advanced photographers. Subsequently, Alan used the software to develop arts with the new tools provided, as well as his own photographs and news images he had collected from print media.

At the time of the creation of the three digital images, few artists in the industry were aware of the revolutionary technology, except for Andy Warhol, who at the time used an Amiga computer to produce digital drawings. The inspiration for Alan’s images was drawn from popular events of the time and included hostage-taking terrorists, popular cigarette ads, and a famine in Ethiopia. His work at the time was crude and rudimentary, as digital painting and editing tools were not common and expensive to borrow computer time.

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Storing this new media took us to Light Valve Technology via a film recorder to capture the virtual information on the direct positive slides. He then turned each of the slides into a single Cibachrome print at a local lab. Each of its three NFTs consists of a high resolution digital file of the photo with Adobe content credentials, the transparency of the original slide, and the single Cibachrome print measuring approximately 11×14 “, signed, stamped and stored in an archive container.

The three images in the NFT series are titled; Bomb Pop, Escape to Continue and Alive with Pleas (ure) and have so far only received 12 offers on OpenSea with only two more days.

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