Mark Bo Chu's Destiny animations bring concept portraiture into the digital sphere, transforming a child's scribbles into a portrait of their future selves. The very same marks are used to produce both naive and representational images, highlighting that the future always contains the past. Made on digital recreations of lined paper, the still frames contrast raw childhood expressivity with the formality of adult life. Animation then binds the disparate moments in time, through subject and medium, bridging works on paper to the digital realm.
NFT frames allow you to display your digital art physically in your home, office or gallery.
These frames are shipped from Bluethumb HQ in Melbourne and come pre-installed with your NFT art (if you’ve purchased/minted it via Bluethumb.Digital).
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