NFTs are becoming extremely popular on the internet. More and more artists and creators are joining the metaverse and showing their art to the world. Hand drawn art, digital art, photography, the possibilities are endless in the metaverse. Today we are going to chat all about the NFT collection Fluid Arts and what they have in store for you.
The creator of Fluid Arts is an artist and an app developer. They created an app called Fluids & Sounds. But what is the app all about?
“Are you stressed and agitated? Do you want to channel your negative energies into something soulful and creatively free till you feel calm? The Fluids and Sounds app can help you – create satisfying, trippy and psychedelic art with your fingertips. This app helps you to reduce stress and calm down. Now you can touch on your screen to simulate colorful and luminescent fluids that flow with your touch movements. Create extraordinary patterns with single touch or multiple touches on the screen and delve deeper into a world of creative fascination and magical freedom till you feel the connection to our universe.”
Where do the NFTs come into play? The creator made some art work with the app and is now using them as NFTs on OpenSea. Collectors benefit from this because owners of an NFT will be mentioned namely in the app Fluids & Sounds. Each owner is mentioned in the app! Let’s chat all about their designs.
Over on their OpenSea you can view the gallery that Fluid Arts has in store for you. These NFTs are all different and created by the artist with care. The vibrant and bright colors bring a sense of relaxation in the viewer’s eyes. Not only are these abstract pieces beautiful, the viewers can interpret their meaning on their own! Collectors looking for more abstract pieces to add to their gallery will benefit from Fluid Arts.
If you are interested in supporting their work be sure to check out all of their links. Not only will you get to interact with their community you will also be able to browse through their amazing collection. Do not hesitate! Check out Fluid Arts today!