TOA Klub auction by NFT Creators Klub
April 7th 2022, 8PM Berlin timeJOIN THE EVENT
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is an independent and humanitarian NGO and is supplying much-needed medical help to Ukraine.
To maintain its political neutrality, the organisation relies exclusively on donations, making Klub 4 Ukraine all the more urgent.
Besides on-site medical help, MSF provides medical evacuations by train, mobile clinics, urgent medical supplies, health worker training, and cold weather supplies to those most affected by the Ukrainian war.
All donations gathered by the auction will be sent directly to MSF (the only funds that we are unable to collect for MSF are the gas fees incurred by the fund transition from the TOA wallet to DWB). The auction is strictly humanitarian and not-for-profit.
Digital designer and generative artist, leveraging machines to create meaning and beauty for humans.
The piece is about the feeling of dismay caused by war, aggression, and destruction. It's a piece about realities being shattered by human stupidity. But it's also a prayer for hope and an ode to the fiercely courageous ones opposing.ARTWORKINSTAGRAM
Xingcen Zhou is a Berlin-based Creative XR Developer, Digital Artist and tech enthusiast. Valuing meaning and commitment, she aims to help artists and organizations pioneer immersive art and explore tech for humanity.
The rhythm of this Lotus is in sync with a relaxed breath...by calm abiding, you are reducing your aggression, the cause of hate and blame. A war roots from the same aggression, only boiled to an extreme. May the war end sooner due to your contribution.ARTWORKINSTAGRAM
Lukas Taido is a Berlin-based, but internationally working musician, sound- and media-artist. His works include audio installations and audio/video-installations, concepts and music/sound-design for large-scale projection mappings, CD and vinyl releases, film-, tv- and theatre music.
The musical concept includes elements from the old Ukrainian song "Our Mother" and its lyrics. Sounds resemble distant war, radio communication, church organs. The driving emotion is the powerlessness and pain looking at the countless tragedies of this unjust and terrifying war.ARTWORKINSTAGRAM
Deborshi Seal is a conceptual digital artist living in Berlin. Primarily working with the medium of photographs, he uses image-making as means to process and express the impressions of day to day living. His works seek to capture beauty and hope in the face of tragedy.
The photos in this series consist of impressions captured during the early months of Corona. The first photo is a sunset abstracted to the Ukrainain Flag colors, quite by accident. The dried plaster caught in an old Soviet Bloc country, a flame and a flower as analogy for hope.ARTWORKINSTAGRAM
Canadian artist based in Spain and Berlin, co-founder of Aurigin, Camp+us and T-10 studios Berlin, Nika dedicates her practices to mindfulness and spiritual growth.
With my work, I explore concepts of growth inspired by a contemporary understanding of mindfulness, spirituality, and health care. From shadow work to light nurturing, my artworks are pursuing an equilibrium of polarizing energies thus mirroring my androgynous incarnation.ARTWORKINSTAGRAM
Architect and 3D visualizer born in Venezuela and living in Italy.
Her inspiration comes from everything she sees and feels around her. Thanks to all the experiences she has lived, coming from a multicultural background she manages to have a very different way of seeing architecture and the visual arts.ARTWORKINSTAGRAM
French sculptor and designer, live and work in Paris. Specialized in bronze and resine casting. Currently directing a sculpture bienniale in the Rhône region. Very inspired by Bauhaus movement.
This illustration is trying to emphasise on the ""roots of war"" and the injustice of the conflict.Once again, the brave People of Ukraine face the violent side of historyARTWORKINSTAGRAM
Ben Beck is a DC based photog & filmmaker who also creates photo-based animations. He uses his camera to discover the aesthetics of the everyday and to amplify underrepresented voices. When he doesn’t have a camera in hand, you can find him deep down in the web3 rabbit hole.
There are no cherry trees in basements. It’s spring in the Northern Hemisphere. The best time to enjoy signs of spring just like cherry blossoms all over the place, if there would not be a war. The artwork is visualizing the cruelty Ukrainian children facing in this current war.ARTWORKINSTAGRAM
1000K is an experiential motion design studio based in Berlin and Rio de Janeiro. We are a team of directors, producers, artists and designers. We work with digital media from mobile to large-format stages and installations.
The solidarity we see with Ukraine and its citizens is incredible. We hope that this wave of solidarity opens up a perspective and different perception on all the conflicts happening today, globally. No matter the economical consequences, religion, or ethnicity.ARTWORKINSTAGRAM
Boaz is an award-winning earth-based visual storyteller, now working mostly as a design director, consultant and mentor, supporting organizations and individuals worldwide in adapting through transformation while optimizing their potential and impact.
This NFT, stylized as a piece of traditional Ukrainian folk art, depicts how the horrors of war continue to spread into the heart, psychic & social structure of Ukraine. Weapons are now growing where flowers once bloomed, in a plea for the world to stop the spread of war.ARTWORKINSTAGRAM
TOA’s NFT Creators Klub, was in the middle of teaching members how they could fuse art with Web3 when the war in Ukraine broke out. Members (a diverse group of highly-talented artists) decided to combine their newfound NFT knowledge with their inherent drive to create for good.
Besides individually contributing to try and help victims of this brutal attack, a question came up: What could they achieve with true artistic collaboration in a Web3 age?
And so, Klub 4 Ukraine was set up, with TOA’s Klub acting as the collaborative driving force behind this joint project. The aim was to produce a collective piece of art. They ended up with a project that was far more than the sum of its parts.
The unique nature of this project is in part due to the diverse background of its artists. This cohort of artists is made out of sculptures, painters, and musicians from Brazil, Mexico, England, France, Germany, and the USA – just to name a few countries and disciplines!
Within a month, they had created an eclectic NFT project with one coherent vision: to help Ukrainian people with one of the most desperately needed things: medical aid.