Welcome to State of SEEN the weekly newsletter about all things happening in the SEEN ecosystem
In case you haven’t, make sure to check out State of SEEN #14 where we have outlined the timeline for V3 and additional features.
For our community to be able to follow the progress, we will continue releasing weekly development updates.
- Self-minting form validation
- Various UX improvements for form interaction and state retention whilst moving between self-minting steps
- V3 countdown timer implementation for drop cards and drop card previews
Last week we had Revolue and Zoot Ghost on our platform! While Scarface 2.0 by Art Revolue already found a new owner, Easily Offended by Zoot Ghost is still available and awaiting bids at https://seen.haus/drops/easily-offended
This hand painted 1/1 original by Zoot Ghost is matched with his very own NFT. Besides the regular pairing of NFT and physical, this piece is AR enhanced using the Artivive app, letting the artwork come to life!
This week we are proud to bring to you a very exclusive and historic piece of art, a must have for every art collector and investor: ‘Naked Maja’ postage stamp, Spain, 1930, signed by Picasso in red wax pencil.
‘The Naked Maja’ is a philatelic name for three postage stamps of Spain of 1930 depicting the ‘La maja desnud’ painting (1800) by Francisco de Goya (1746–1828). They are part of a set marking the anniversary of the death of this Spanish artist, and are considered the world’s first postage stamp with nudes.
Matted, and framed to an overall size of 6.5 x 6.5 inches. Verso bares original framers tag, appearing to have been removed from a previous framing and reapplied to this frame. Verso also bares a period ID card for the La Maja Des Nude stamp along with a modern gallery label from Maison De La Pensée Française.
Accompanied by a full letter of authenticity from JG Autographs, Inc. Accompanied by an Auction Certificate from RR Auctions. Previously pre-certified by PSA/DNA.
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See you next time!
-the seen haus team