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Author Topic: [2016-08-28] This New Zealand Artist Sees the Blockchain Differently  (Read 193 times)
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August 28, 2016, 02:55:59 PM
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This New Zealand Artist Sees the Blockchain Differently
Simon Denny, an artist from New Zealand, is taking blockchain technology to a different level with his geeky art being displayed at the Petzel Gallery in New York City on September 8- October 22. Denny’s art exhibit features distributed ledger technology, the Risk board game, and Pokémon.

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I think Simon Denny is an innovative artist and the fact that he's featuring some prominent figures will make his artwork sell fast Cheesy
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