Online Auction

March 1 - March 15, 2022


Zsolt Lorant - More Digital Dreams

Listing # 1

"Taj Mahal"

2022 by Zsolt Lorant
Digital Art Non-Fungible Token (NFT)


What is included:

- Unique digital file 1/1

- Artist’s Certificate of Authenticity

- Smart Contract with limited exploitation rights*

The artist about "Taj Mahal":
I’ve always loved old, monumental architecture. This is true from the creations of ancient civilizations to the eastern and western buildings of the Middle Ages. These are, of course, inspiring, as was the case with the Taj Mahal. Fractal and artificial intelligence are hidden in the image.


* = Exploitation rights are limited to the following rules: the owner of the digital file (NFT) is not allowed to create any digital or printed copies of the artwork. Thus, there is only 1 (one) unique and authorized file circulating. After the auction is closed, there will be 2 (two) limited editions of printed versions of the artwork: 100 (one hundred) poster prints and 50 (fifty) prints on canvas, both to be exclusively sold thru the International Gallery of Fine Arts Ltd. (London). The owner of the NFT will receive 50% (fifty percent) of all net sales profits. There are no sales guaranteed, but the prints are expected to be sold out within 36 (thirty six) months of production with a profit share of appr. US$ 18,000 (eighteen thousand U.S. Dollars) to be paid to the owner of the NFT at time of sale.

Additionally, the owner has the option to agree on the digital exploitation of the artwork as follows: the file can be part of an digital arts flat-rate subscription for individuals, businesses, galleries, and museums with a return of US$1 (one) per month per subscription for the owner of the NFT. Estimating an average of at least 1,000 (one thousand) subscriptions in 2023, the owner of the NFT would receive on average US$12,000 (twelve thousand U.S. Dollars) per year as proceeds from digital subscriptions. There are no subscriptions guaranteed.


Current Bid: USD 3,613,000.00

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Listing # 2

"Roots"

2022 by Zsolt Lorant
Digital Art Non-Fungible Token (NFT)


What is included:

- Unique digital file 1/1

- Artist’s Certificate of Authenticity

- Smart Contract with limited exploitation rights*

The artist about "Roots":
Roots. Portrait, fractal and self-impressions meet in this image. When preserving the picture, both preserving the mystique and bringing together special techniques was important. Roots is one of my most successful pieces of special portraits.


* = Exploitation rights are limited to the following rules: the owner of the digital file (NFT) is not allowed to create any digital or printed copies of the artwork. Thus, there is only 1 (one) unique and authorized file circulating. After the auction is closed, there will be 2 (two) limited editions of printed versions of the artwork: 100 (one hundred) poster prints and 50 (fifty) prints on canvas, both to be exclusively sold thru the International Gallery of Fine Arts Ltd. (London). The owner of the NFT will receive 50% (fifty percent) of all net sales profits. There are no sales guaranteed, but the prints are expected to be sold out within 36 (thirty six) months of production with a profit share of appr. US$ 18,000 (eighteen thousand U.S. Dollars) to be paid to the owner of the NFT at time of sale.

Additionally, the owner has the option to agree on the digital exploitation of the artwork as follows: the file can be part of an digital arts flat-rate subscription for individuals, businesses, galleries, and museums with a return of US$1 (one) per month per subscription for the owner of the NFT. Estimating an average of at least 1,000 (one thousand) subscriptions in 2023, the owner of the NFT would receive on average US$12,000 (twelve thousand U.S. Dollars) per year as proceeds from digital subscriptions. There are no subscriptions guaranteed.


Current Bid: USD 110,000.00

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Listing # 3

"Perpendicular Worlds"

2022 by Zsolt Lorant
Digital Art Non-Fungible Token (NFT)


What is included:

- Unique digital file 1/1

- Artist’s Certificate of Authenticity

- Smart Contract with limited exploitation rights*

The artist about "Perpendicular Worlds":
The image is a wonderful example of the beauty and uniqueness of fractals. The term "fractal" was first used by Benoit Mandelbrot in 1975. He also suggested that there are many opportunities for artists in this particular world, even though this branch of mathematics was just emerging at the time. The image is also a tribute to Mandelbrot.


* = Exploitation rights are limited to the following rules: the owner of the digital file (NFT) is not allowed to create any digital or printed copies of the artwork. Thus, there is only 1 (one) unique and authorized file circulating. After the auction is closed, there will be 2 (two) limited editions of printed versions of the artwork: 100 (one hundred) poster prints and 50 (fifty) prints on canvas, both to be exclusively sold thru the International Gallery of Fine Arts Ltd. (London). The owner of the NFT will receive 50% (fifty percent) of all net sales profits. There are no sales guaranteed, but the prints are expected to be sold out within 36 (thirty six) months of production with a profit share of appr. US$ 18,000 (eighteen thousand U.S. Dollars) to be paid to the owner of the NFT at time of sale.

Additionally, the owner has the option to agree on the digital exploitation of the artwork as follows: the file can be part of an digital arts flat-rate subscription for individuals, businesses, galleries, and museums with a return of US$1 (one) per month per subscription for the owner of the NFT. Estimating an average of at least 1,000 (one thousand) subscriptions in 2023, the owner of the NFT would receive on average US$12,000 (twelve thousand U.S. Dollars) per year as proceeds from digital subscriptions. There are no subscriptions guaranteed.


Current Bid: USD 1,262,000.00

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Listing # 4

"God of Bubbles"

2022 by Zsolt Lorant
Digital Art Non-Fungible Token (NFT)


What is included:

- Unique digital file 1/1

- Artist’s Certificate of Authenticity

- Smart Contract with limited exploitation rights*

The artist about "God of Bubbles":
God of Bubbles. It’s one of my special portraits that also uses fractals and artificial intelligence. The face emerging between the colored bubbles dominates the shapes that make it up, which is why the image was given the title of God of Bubbles. The image is also special in my line-up because it is usually inspired by the beauty of the female face, but here the male face formed the basis.


* = Exploitation rights are limited to the following rules: the owner of the digital file (NFT) is not allowed to create any digital or printed copies of the artwork. Thus, there is only 1 (one) unique and authorized file circulating. After the auction is closed, there will be 2 (two) limited editions of printed versions of the artwork: 100 (one hundred) poster prints and 50 (fifty) prints on canvas, both to be exclusively sold thru the International Gallery of Fine Arts Ltd. (London). The owner of the NFT will receive 50% (fifty percent) of all net sales profits. There are no sales guaranteed, but the prints are expected to be sold out within 36 (thirty six) months of production with a profit share of appr. US$ 18,000 (eighteen thousand U.S. Dollars) to be paid to the owner of the NFT at time of sale.

Additionally, the owner has the option to agree on the digital exploitation of the artwork as follows: the file can be part of an digital arts flat-rate subscription for individuals, businesses, galleries, and museums with a return of US$1 (one) per month per subscription for the owner of the NFT. Estimating an average of at least 1,000 (one thousand) subscriptions in 2023, the owner of the NFT would receive on average US$12,000 (twelve thousand U.S. Dollars) per year as proceeds from digital subscriptions. There are no subscriptions guaranteed.


Current Bid: USD 3,433,000.00

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Listing # 5

"Homecoming"

2015 by Zsolt Lorant
Digital Art Non-Fungible Token (NFT)


What is included:

- Unique digital file 1/1

- Artist’s Certificate of Authenticity

- Smart Contract with limited exploitation rights*

The artist about "Homecoming":
My picture Homecoming is important to me above all because it was a favorite picture of my mother, who died two years ago. Born in 2015, the work sparked the imagination of many people, giving rise to a number of ideas as to what the title should be. The return home was born in my head, and I ended up sticking with this version.


* = Exploitation rights are limited to the following rules: the owner of the digital file (NFT) is not allowed to create any digital or printed copies of the artwork. Thus, there is only 1 (one) unique and authorized file circulating. After the auction is closed, there will be 2 (two) limited editions of printed versions of the artwork: 100 (one hundred) poster prints and 50 (fifty) prints on canvas, both to be exclusively sold thru the International Gallery of Fine Arts Ltd. (London). The owner of the NFT will receive 50% (fifty percent) of all net sales profits. There are no sales guaranteed, but the prints are expected to be sold out within 36 (thirty six) months of production with a profit share of appr. US$ 18,000 (eighteen thousand U.S. Dollars) to be paid to the owner of the NFT at time of sale.

Additionally, the owner has the option to agree on the digital exploitation of the artwork as follows: the file can be part of an digital arts flat-rate subscription for individuals, businesses, galleries, and museums with a return of US$1 (one) per month per subscription for the owner of the NFT. Estimating an average of at least 1,000 (one thousand) subscriptions in 2023, the owner of the NFT would receive on average US$12,000 (twelve thousand U.S. Dollars) per year as proceeds from digital subscriptions. There are no subscriptions guaranteed.


Current Bid: USD 16,364,000.00

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