The current art market can't talk about that pie aside from the NFT. Today we are going to talk about the future of Art NFT. CWS (creative work studios) is a comprehensive media group headed by J.Harry Edmiston. We note the tokens issued by CWS and their role. CWS has issued several types of tokens, and holders of tokens are given the right to participate in projects carried out by CWS. The projects carried out at CWS are very interesting, and there are parts that are similar to the roles of galleries as we know them in the real world. The first is the relationship between the gallery and the collector. We establish relationships with galleries in the real world, and when they are listed on their customer list, we can access some services provided by the gallery or the works of artists belonging to them a little faster than the public ones, or receive the lists first so that we can make a purchase decision first. By owning the tokens issued by CWS, we can have a relationship similar to that of real-world galleries and collectors. Even the public has limited participation (this can be seen in Kevin Abosch's Drop, which will be mentioned later). The second is the relationship between the gallery and the artist. In general, galleries discover promising artists, support and nurture them, so that they can grow into blue chips and accompany them. CWS also plays a similar role, discovering and introducing artistic NFT artists to the public, and even providing token holders with an opportunity to drop their works (just like a gallery VIP in the real world!) In addition to collaborating with emerging artists, we are working to popularize art by collaborating with blue chip artists. There has already been a collaboration with Refik Anadol, a big name in both the real world and the NFT world (he has been doing great exhibitions in the real world these days. Recently, his work will be exhibited at the Center Pompidou in Metz for the first time NFT art in the museum.) ), a collaboration with another big name, Kevin Abosch, awaits in July. Reserved minting is possible for Abosch Drop if you own the Abosch 1111 collection or if you own the CWS Patron token. If you own a different type of cws token, you can participate in the drop in the form of a Draw, and only the remaining amount can participate in the public. (Check out the drop from the link below) I was interested in CWS's projects and roadmaps from last year, and by following up, I was able to discover similarities with the real-world galleys mentioned above. I cautiously anticipate whether CWS will be established as a form of gallery in the future. Considering the scalability of the block chain, I think that it is not limited to NFT art but has the potential to be extended to art in the real world. Drop holders will be provided with real sake.)
How about meeting the gallery of the future ahead of others by owning an interesting CWS token?