Music company DaHouse presents its new offering - NFT soundtracks. The company aims to help artists get into this new world of digital art.
Last year, Lucas Mayer - DaHouse's co-founder - started investing in crypto art and became one of Brazil's first NFT collectors. At the beginning of 2021, NFTs started gaining traction in the media worldwide, which prompted DaHouse Audio to venture into a new direction - NFT soundtracks. With their excellent expertise and knowledge of the music world, DaHouse will help artists get into the crypto world. DaHouse will score new artworks for free and sell them on the most famous NFT marketplaces, splitting the profits with the creators and reinvesting in crypto art.
The first collection, 'Call me Lolla in NY,' created by the acclaimed director, Bruno Jorge (also director from Piripkura
on Amazon Prime), was sold on OpenSea.io, the biggest marketplace for NFTs.
Their second collection, Puertas de Montevideo
series, is already exhibited at Foundation.app - another curated marketplace where an artist has to be invited to showcase their work.
DaHouse will release a new collection next week, with a visual and audio collage made in collaboration with Creative Director, Zico Farina.
Silvio Erné, a partner at DaHouse Audio Brazil, notes: “It is crucial to make efforts to create art in your free time, as much as possible. We work on audio for commercials most of the time, but all the work we do gets references from the art. We feel very pleased to be involved in this area. It's very inspiring".
Next month, DaHouse intends to release another collection from Bruno Jorge, scored by DaHouse Audio, where unsettling scenes shot around the world by the director can be seen.
All NFT soundtracks’ profits DaHouse makes will be reinvested in new Crypto Artists to further expand the NFT market in Brazil. If you are a visual artist and want to get into this new era, get in touch with DaHouse here