Bridging authentic vintage posters into blockchain in order to preserve them and share the history and meaning behind them.
May 7 • 16 tweets • 6 min read
Hello Poster lovers!
Today is Sunday, so why don't we learn something about social rights?
I researched two significant movements in history that used vintage posters as a tool to bring attention to their cause:
- 'I Am a Man '
- The women's rights movement.
Let's dive in!
The "I Am a Man" movement emerged in Memphis, TN in 1968, with African American sanitation workers demanding better pay and safer working conditions. The workers marched with signs bearing the words "I Am a Man," asserting their humanity and dignity in the face of discrimination.
May 6 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Currently working on a simple way to monetize this page without counting on the usual NFT collection and having to worry about its floor price.
I started this project with the goal of learning something new, sharing good content, and possibly making a little profit.
The NFT collections will come, will be cheap, and open to anyone, I'm not interested in pumping them.
Within this month, I should be able to define the first collection and maybe even prepare its mint.
May 5 • 13 tweets • 4 min read
Today let's talk a bit on why vintage posters are so valuable.
Vintage posters are more than just a piece of paper, they are a window into the past. There have been several vintage poster sales that have fetched high prices, proving that these pieces of art still hold value.
May 1 • 10 tweets • 3 min read
Hello, my good followers.
I decided to take a short break from the Posters topic to write about something that I believe it's important to know.
This is in consideration of this recent #MemeCoinSeason , with our beloved #PEPE pumping.
Memecoins are an interesting trend that has been sweeping through the crypto-space. What started with Elon Musk’s tweets and Dogecoin hype has evolved into a dangerous development with countless tragedies caused by the greed-fueled desire to “get rich quick”
Today we dive into one example of how a #poster can talk about social issues.
In 1995, the Fourth World Conference on Women was held in Beijing. It was a historic event that brought together thousands of delegates from around the world to discuss gender equality and women’s rights. #Beijing95
Apr 22 • 10 tweets • 4 min read
Hello, posters lovers.
Today I want to talk a bit about the Belle Epoque, when modern posters originated.
The Belle Epoque, or “Beautiful Epoch,” was a period of French history that lasted from the late 19th century to the beginning of World War 1. This era was characterized by optimism, peace, and prosperity, and saw significant advancements in art, fashion, and technology.
Apr 20 • 7 tweets • 3 min read
Today we introduce our first collection of Vintage Posters NFTs.
"Vietnam War Propaganda" is the theme they're based on.
Read on for more info
During the Vietnam War, propaganda posters were used by both sides to influence public opinion and garner support for their respective causes. These posters, with their vivid colors and bold imagery, have become iconic symbols of the era.
Apr 16 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
Have you ever wondered about the fascinating origins of posters? These printed materials have been around for centuries, and their evolution reveals a lot about our changing world.
The history of posters can be traced back to the early days of printing, when Johannes Gutenberg invented the moveable type printing press in the 15th century. However, it wasn't until the 19th century that posters began to truly take off.