5,555 Villagers of Tezumura, the ancient Tezos community in the Ukiyo-verse. Ukiyo means Floating World in Japanese, The land where people have fun and extraordinary life. From farmer to Buddha, everyone wearing “Mask” presents their role in the village.
Tezumura is a Japanese NFT art collection depicting unique and delightfully creative character masks designed by Japanese – Thai Artist, Sarisa Kojima.
Her creation was inspired by the traditional Japanese woodblock print “Ukiyo-e” and the modern culture she grew up in present-day Japan. Her art shows many aspects of her childhood, from sci-fi robots to bright colors and samurais.
As an artist specializing in Japanese printmaking and painting, Kojima drew all 555 layers herself as 12 attributes for this collection.
Kojima is also the artist and co-founder of SweatyNFT, a no-code toolset for Tezos NFT image generation and smart contract deployment and management which is the team behind this collection as well.
5,555 FA2 Tokens represent the Villagers of Tezumura, the ancient Tezos community in the Ukiyo-verse. Ukiyo means Floating World in Japanese, The land where people have fun and extraordinary life. From farmer to Buddha, everyone wearing a “Mask” presents their role in the village.
There will be 5,555 tokens minted during the sale period.
Yes, the rarity will be able to be checked after launch
Whitelist Mint: 13th April 2022
Presale Mint: 14th April 2022
Public Mint: 15th April 2022
Yes, the whitelist spot will be served for the owner of the previous collection, Sweet Eyes.
Kindly join our Discord to reserve a whitelist spot. Only 400 Spots total!
You can mint via this official site. The primary will appear on Objkt.com and Rarible.com
Public sale: 8ꜩ
Tezumura is an art collectible project without a designated roadmap. This project is an art-driven community, and we make sure that our community will vote on our direction together. With our strong team behind the project, we can jump to Japan Virtual Trips, Art Fairs, Contests, or anything the community votes on!