NFT Easter eggs were created in Ukraine

Easter is about the victory of life over death. A collection of NFT Easter eggs has been created in Ukraine. The organizers hope to help restore cultural heritage sites for money from the sale of tokens.

The We Believe charity project aims to help restore theaters, churches, museums and art collections that have suffered from Russian aggression.

There is a tradition in our country to paint Easter eggs with ornaments — “pysanka”. Each region has its own sacral ornament and symbols: life, growth, eternity, spirituality, creativity.

Every region of Ukraine is fighting for life and freedom now. Ukrainian cities are resisting russian occupiers, mobilizing all forces to win, sheltering people forced to leave their homes. Every city needs all the power of pysanka symbols.

Communication agency Postmen has created pieces of NFT-art — pysankas that represent different cities and regions of Ukraine. 100% of profit (excluded operating expense) from these NFTs will go to the Fund set up by the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine in support of Ukrainian culture.

After buying a piece of NFT-art with pysanka, you can share the image so that as many people as possible can see it.

  • Print on merch: T-shirts, bags, tableware
  • Use on printed materials: tickets, invitations, booklets
  • Or in digital

The design corresponds to authentic images from Vira Manko’s book The Ukrainian Folk Pysanka, created by masters Anastasia Shemedyuk and Anastasia Zafiyovska. Each Easter egg corresponds to a certain region and is based on traditional patterns.

You can buy tokens on the OpenSea platform. Prices start from 0.01 ETH and end with 1ETH. So many ask for an Easter egg, which symbolizes Mariupol.

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