What has Beeple been doing after selling the most expensive NFT in history? Well, he has been working with Madona on a collection of digital renders of her naked body with animations of various objects coming out of her vagina… All as NFTs, of course.
The digital artist and the pop singer/sex symbol joined forces to release the exclusive collection “Mother of Creation,” which showcases three distinct motherhood-inspired facets of life.
An NFT Collection To Celebrate Motherhood
The “Mother of Creation” collection is quite exclusive. It includes just 3 single-edition NFTs, all of which feature videos of Madonna giving birth to various essential aspects of humanity.
The first NFT is named “Mother of Nature” and focuses on plant life. In the video, Madonna can be seen lying on a laboratory bed giving birth to a tree that starts to blossom as soon as it comes out of her body.
The second NFT is titled “Mother of Evolution” and focuses on animal life. Again Madonna is depicted naked and sitting in a kind of modified vehicle in the middle of a crumbling city, with her legs spread open and many butterflies coming out from her insides.
And the third NFT, titled “Mother of Technology,” focuses on technological advances and shows Madonna (totally naked, of course) lying in the middle of a forest with a series of biomechanical centipedes coming out of her vagina and walking up and down her arms.
If you’re interested in any of these works of art, you’ll have to wait until May 11 to participate in the auction to be held at Superrare.
A Unique Collection With a Good Cause Behind It
While Madonna’s NFTs are, to say the least, peculiar, the theme and execution of the animations are very much consistent with the style that has characterized both artists. The renderings have that bizarre touch typical of Beeple’s work, and the eroticism has never left Madonna in her more than three decades of musical and artistic career. However, the pop diva told the New York Times that the provocative nature of her NFTs is not simply a whim:
“I never want to be provocative just for the sake of provocation. They stand for hope. They stand for technology.”
To learn more about the explanation of the concept behind each work, you can visit the project’s official website.
For his part, Beeple assured that he had no plans to make collaborations “for a very long time”, something that gives a more exclusive touch to this collection.
The proceeds of this collection will be donated to three different charities: The Voices of Children Foundation (which provides aid for the Ukranian children), the City of Joy Foundation (which helps victims of violence in Congo) and Black Mama’s Bail Out (which helps incarcerated caregivers).