M Space Partners with Artist Peter Mohrbacher to Bring a Mavelous NFT on Binance NFT
M Space, a blockchain-based distribution platform for NFT artworks, today announced a partnership with well-known artist Peter Mohrbacher, whose marvelous artwork is now being released on Binance NFT platform.
The ‘Gevurah’ created by Peter on Binance NFT is now open for the bidding, this artwork is an animation with 1 limited edition ONLY! The starting price of this auction is 10,000 BUSD.
Bid now and win your exclusive NFT👇: https://www.binance.com/en/nft/goods/detail?productId=5556867&isProduct=1
About Peter Mohrbacher
As a natively digital painter, Peter‘ Mohrbacher ‘s work has been widely collected through Limited Edition prints. Starting in 2018 he became an early adopter of NFTs and sells his newest work directly as rare digital creations.
Angelarium is a digital art series created by Peter Mohrbacher in 2005. After a career in game development and a stint working on art for Magic: The Gathering, Peter switched his full-time focus to Angelarium in 2015. Since then, he’s added at least one new divine being to the collection every month.Peter’s iconic Angels have had a sizable impact on the way pop culture depicts Angels. You can see shades of his influence throughout the digital art world and spot references peeking through in movies, video games, and other media.
About M Space
M Space (formally known as FM Gallery) is a blockchain-based distribution platform for NFT artworks. Collaborating with world’s leading artists, galleries and auction houses, M Space focuses on releasing rare and exclusive NFT artworks to crypto-art lovers and collectors. It aims to transform art and fashion with its innovative artworks, as well as autonomous fan communities supported by DAO.
M Space now has been successfully launched series of campaigns to promote and sell NFT artworks, including but limited to artworks by NFN Kalyan, Chad Knight, Peter Mohrbacher, Macomoroni. These top digital artists have a huge influence on both social media & NFT world and their works can be valued for more than ten thousand dollars per piece in the secondary market.