δύο (dío)

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Blockchain deities

Throughout history, many artists have claimed to have received inspiration for their creations from the Muses themselves, who lived in the time of ancient Greece. Most of the works illustrating the Muses originated in the post-ancient world, most notably between 1540-1782, which were illustrated by many famous artists. This … (read more)

Blockchain deities

Throughout history, many artists have claimed to have received inspiration for their creations from the Muses themselves, who lived in the time of ancient Greece. Most of the works illustrating the Muses originated in the post-ancient world, most notably between 1540-1782, which were illustrated by many famous artists. This kind of inspiration was also given to Tash Kinaesthetic, who has been creating a collection of muses and its creators for many years. In today's time of exponential development of technology and the emergence of blockchain technology, she illustrated the fusion of the old and the new world in her works. The connection between the spiritual, humanistic, and cybernetic world. In her post-humanistic reformed creation influenced by Greek mythology and blockchain technology, we can see 9 Satoshi muses, their creator, God Satoshi, the father of muses, and their mother, Titaness Mnemosyne Nakamoto. In addition, we can also see an illustration of the Goddess Nakamoto. Creations are mostly made with a pencil on paper and additionally digitalized in post-production.

Her collection is revealed in three following stages. Goddess Nakamoto and the three Muses ένα (éna), δύο (dío) and τρία (tría), as the first stage. The following second stage reveals 3 muses τέσσερα (tésera), πέντε (pénde), έξι (éxi), and Titanness Mnemosyne Nakamoto. The last stage is God Satoshi and her last three muses, which we are all excited to see very soon.


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