Show me originality and I'll show you a lack of context. XCopy's similarity to Basquiat is no coincidence. As the saying goes, "art is an ongoing conversation." If you want to be in on it, you'll need to know art history. Enter Art101 NFTs.

XCopy NFT (Left) and Basquiat Painting (Right)

Behind the meme-animals and pixel art are subtle references, references to art history. Popular NFTs are full of them, like Boss Beauties with Matisse call-backs.

Boss Beauties NFT (Left) and Matisse Cut-Out (Right)

Art101 explores these iconic 20th-century artists and movements with free-to-mint generative NFT collections. By investigating artists like Andy Warhol, Piet Mondrian, and the Bauhaus movement, we're hoping to raise the collective brow of the NFT-scene.

With Open-Source development by lza_menace, distinct metadata, and high-quality artwork by Cartyisme, Art101's free-to-mint NFT collections stand in strong contrast to expensive and haphazard NFT drops. To encourage a more discerning NFT collector.