Interwoven is an on-chain longform series of 100 pieces that explores textiles and patchwork. The project underscores the tension between the handmade and the comptuational that is reflected in both quilting and generative art. Because of its highly textured nature, the series prints particularly well.

Official prints for this series will be available as a token-limited edition. This means that anytime an NFT from this series is sold––either on the primary or secondary market––then the new owner has the right to purchase one official print corresponding to the piece. Once the owner either sells the NFT or purchases the print, then their ability to acquire an official print closes.

Each print will be inspected, hand-signed, and editioned by the artist. They will be printed on fine art Hahnemühle German Etching paper with deckled edges, sized at 12 x 16 inches.

All prints and framing will be done through a premier fine art print studio in NYC.

It is recommended to frame your print through this official service. All frames are custom-made with solid wood and come in two different colors: black and white. While the color choice is ultimately up to the purchaser, the artist recommends a white frame for lighter palettes, and a black frame for outputs with any black or predominantly darker hues.

The print will be mounted in museum float, and set behind anti-reflective museum-grade acrylic.

A signed print will be $360, payable by either ETH, USDC, or USD. A signed print that is framed will be $860. Shipping within the US will be complementary. International shipping will vary, and will be determined before the order is confirmed.

Print orders will be processed at the end of every odd-numbered month. Any foreseeable delays in processing will be communicated ahead of time. While Interwoven official prints will be available with this set up until the end of 2023, please note that after then, we reserve the discretion to adjust the offerings and timelines.

For any orders outside of the standard sizing and offerings, please contact the artist.