Singapore artists entering NFT space

They show their works in online marketplaces, get paid in cryptocurrency

One of Singaporean fashion photographer Shavonne Wong’s digital artworks of virtual female models.
One of Singaporean fashion photographer Shavonne Wong’s digital artworks of virtual female models. PHOTOS: COURTESY OF SHAVONNE WONG
Street artist Farizwan Fajari’s black-and-white digital drawing of a humanoid with a vegetal head.
Street artist Farizwan Fajari’s black-and-white digital drawing of a humanoid with a vegetal head.PHOTOS: COURTESY OF SPEAK CRYPTIC

In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, Singaporean fashion photographer Shavonne Wong could not photograph real models.

So, she started dabbling in digital art, creating virtual female models instead.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 30, 2021, with the headline 'Singapore artists entering NFT space'. Subscribe