This is OUR Renaissance
Welcome to Our Renaissance NFT Collection
We are taking our movement digital! Become a part of an ecosystem of Change with The Renaissance
What is an NFT?
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are unique digital assets that are verified using blockchain technology, making them one-of-a-kind and irreplaceable. Each NFT has a unique code that verifies its ownership, authenticity, and provenance, and can be bought, sold, and traded just like physical assets.
NFTs have revolutionized the art world by allowing artists to sell their digital creations as one-of-a-kind, collectible assets. They have also become a popular tool for social and political movements to raise awareness and funds for their causes.
Our NFT collection for The Renaissance Period and its movement represents a unique and powerful way to support our mission of providing all those who menstruate with personalized options for their menstruation needs via subscription boxes and other relevant products, engaging content, and an inclusive community to support them.
Each NFT in our collection is a symbol of empowerment, inclusivity, and activism, and a testament to the power of art and technology in creating positive social change.
How it works
Our NFT collection uses the gumball machine method.
The gumball machine method is a fun and unique way to purchase NFTs, and here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:
Our NFT Collection.
In this series, we reimagine the work to reflect the themes of today. Taking art and making it relevant in our current conversations around menstruation. This chapter is called ‘We were forgotten in the last renaissance.’
In this series we reimagine artworks to reflect the themes of today. Taking art and making it relevant in our current conversations on menstruation. We call this ‘Rebellion: What We’re Saying Now’.
Michaelangelo. Da Vinci. Caravaggio.
Could you name any of their female contemporaries? No? That’s probably because they didn’t receive their flowers like the boys’ club until now.
We highlight our first artist in this series:
ARTEMISIA GENTILESCHI | 1593-1656
Artemisia Gentileschi was an Italian painter, first in class as a successful female artist in a predominantly male industry. Her career was supported by the patronage of the House of Medici during the renaissance. She was also the daughter of an artist heavily influenced by Caravaggio – which in turn influenced her work. Throughout her career she had to shield from those who wanted to either take credit for her work or those who had more nefarious plans in mind. Though the patriarchy may have clouded her story she still chose to tell it her way.
In her works there are repeated uses of powerful women and Gentileschi’s interpretation of themes around female autonomy and most importantly, freedom of expression. Her work represents REBELLION.