Uncovering CineFrames; Do you want to know our digital art secret?
CineFrames is slowly beginning to unravel. Showing up amongst the noise that is the art world in a way that has yet to be seen. A connection that brings together two worlds, stemmed from the synchronicity of the two sides of our brain – the logic and the creative.
As the world becomes so dependent on technology, it’s the visionaries who will use tech to ensure creativity continues to thrive.
The world’s evolution has forged a new economy that celebrates both art and tech in tandem. At the helm is CineFrames.
So who are we and what are we here to bring into fruition?
We believe in a world in which creativity and technology are not mutually exclusive. We recognise that at the heart of every new piece of technology, is a person who pushed limits with their creative thinking.
Instead of hindering art, we’ve seen how technology offers new platforms, new possibilities. It allows us to tell stories and think outside of the box. That’s why we’re here. We know the world needs art, and we know technology can be used to bring it to life.
Our mission is to bridge the gap between art and technology, and our artworks will show you why.
We are a unique art dealer commissioning internationally recognisable frames, whether movies, TV, music or gaming, and turning them into CineFrames – artwork made up of hundreds of tiny images.
Imagine you could hold a magnifying glass up to your favourite images, and find not just canvas and colour, but hundreds of miniature images. Hundreds of stills and frames contributing to the bigger picture.
We create digital and physical artworks that aren’t what they seem. Every image is made up of hundreds more, all pulled together using state of the art technology and our incredibly talented artist.
So what’s our bigger picture? We knew we couldn’t be passionate about tech and art collaboration without acknowledging the seismic shift between tech and software.
Our world is becoming increasingly automated, yet art and creativity remain innately human. No robot or software can replace ideas or innovation, and CineFrames is a celebration of this.
What Our First Launch Entails
Our initial launch has been inspired by our artists life-long film enthusiasm, was based on frames taken from iconic films that influenced their life, celebrating some of the most loved characters and franchises of all time while paying homage to the original directors and creators in an entirely unique way.
Each piece will be available to view online and available to purchase as either a limited edition print reproduction or as a limited edition digital artwork supplied as a Non-Fungible Token (NFT).
In addition to this, as part of CineFrames’ mission to bring surprise and delight, the first collection of CineFrames will be auctioned, and all proceeds will be donated to the charity War Child UK, who will attend the private launch event on 10th November. The donation will help the charity make a positive difference to the lives of thousands of children affected by war across the globe.
What The Founder Is Saying
Founder, Sanjay Wadhwani, an entrepreneur and investor, has stated;
“I am hugely honoured and excited to not only bring the CineFrames artworks to a global audience, but to be able to use the launch to support such a worthy cause. War Child has a hugely important part to play on the world stage when it comes to protecting children – arguably our most vulnerable and unique assets – and it is a great privilege to be able to support them in our endeavours.
“On a personal note, I love the concept and creation of the artworks themselves and I believe they are some of the most innovative NFTs I have seen in today’s market. Everyone lucky enough to view them at our launch exhibit and online (as well as those investing in their very own) will be truly surprised and delighted – as I was when I first discovered them. This is just the start, with CineFrames we want be at the forefront of a new industry, at the intersection of art and technology, and the democratisation of art’.
To summarise; it’s time to stay tuned for more…