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Vie: Life

Jun 11
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Vie: Life

Vie: Life explores the emotional journey of a digital artist, portrayed through the vivid and relatable experiences of a red-headed woman.

“Red represents the character's fiery spirit and emotional intensity -both passion and pain.”

Rueby (Featured Artist)
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Adejare Omoteniola

Show Me Love
0.15 ETH
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Adejare Omoteniola

Head Full of Dreams
0.15 ETH

In Show Me Love, we see the woman in a state of calm anger, her bright red hair standing out against cool blue backgrounds. This piece sets the tone for the emotional depth of the series.

Head Full Of Dreams shows her dealing with stress and finding comfort in her thoughts. The mix of space and earth around her, with floating letters and bubbles, represents her escape into dreams.

“The third eye seen in four of the artworks represents an emotional and spiritual awakening.”

Rueby (Featured Artist)
19 of 77 minted
Edition

Adejare Omoteniola

Evangeline
0.0008 ETH
33 of 77 minted
Edition

Adejare Omoteniola

Pluto
0.0008 ETH

With Evangeline, we see a moment of hope and faith. The pink light and blooming tulips symbolize the endless possibilities that come with belief.

Pluto focuses on feeling alone. The woman’s changed appearance and dark tears highlight the isolation and transformation that come with emotional struggles.

“Her physical transformation reflects her internal journey. Her hair is wild in the first three artworks, signifying chaos. In Pluto, her hair changes to a short bob, showing her effort to find balance through change. The final piece shows her hair flowing freely and tamed, indicating emotional liberation and control.”

Rueby (Featured Artist)
5 of 77 minted
Edition

Adejare Omoteniola

Vivre
0.0008 ETH

Vivre captures a moment of peace. The calmness and soft waves of her hair symbolize the joy and contentment found after overcoming challenges.

“A powerful reminder that our emotional experiences, from the highs to the lows, shape who we are and make us beautifully human.”

Sierra Renee Ayomikun Folashade (Curator, Itan Founder)

"Itan" translates to "story" or "history" in Yoruba. Yoruba people are one of the largest and most culturally significant ethnic groups in West Africa. Yoruba culture is known for its vibrant and expressive arts, including sculpture, textiles, music, dance, and storytelling. Yoruba art has a strong emphasis on symbolism and spirituality and has influenced the broader African art world. Itan Foundation World isn’t just about displaying art, but also about telling the stories and histories of West African artists, their cultures and their creative journeys. Each artwork is selected for its ability to evoke a sense of storytelling and exploration.