José Delbo, a comic artist who has drawn for DC and Marvel, opens today (July 23) a week-long exhibition in the virtual reality world based on Ethereum, Decentraland.
The artistwho started his career at the age of 16 He is known for drawing Wonder Woman for DC Comics and Transformers for Marvel. They launch a series of digital images in the VR world that can be viewed and sold in the MakersPlace game gallery, with proof of ownership registered using blockchain technology.
The artist José Delbo with Batman. Source: Decentraland
Cointelegraph visited the gallery earlier today because everyone can enter the virtual environment at the push of a button. Although the amount was sparse, A number of online users were paralyzed by the artist’s work and listened to their own words describing the pieces. So the virtual gallery is not exceptionally large Users can see the entire exhibition in no time.
Maybe The most recent work of art on display was a drawing by Superman, who encountered the corona virus with a mask“Krypton’s last son is fighting for humanity”. Other pieces show Batman, Wonder Woman and a work on “Certainty of Death”.
Users can bid for Delbo parts with Ethereum (ETH) or Fiat.
Art is moving into the digital world
As many galleries and exhibitions around the world remain closed or have limited capacity due to the threat of COVID-19, virtual worlds like Decentraland offer a fascinating alternative. Guests from the VR world can take advantage of some of the in-game offers such as SpaceX-Start and sporting events.
Decentraland raised $ 1 million during its first coin offering in 2017. Users can purchase virtual land using MANA, the platform’s native token.