The Global NFT Summit – opening lecture

The Global NFT Summit

Online – 28th – 29th July 2021

Mario Taddei opening lecture

NFT 500 years ago? Strange and surprising Da Vinci connections!

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NFT 500 years ago? Strange and surprising Da Vinci connections!

NFT and blockchain are a big shock for problems related to Copyright, Arts, Design and the most important aspect: “how to get paid for our work?”. Incredible but true, these are the same problems faced by the masters Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo. Classic arts are “pure” but also our masters need moneys and had to sign contracts, exactly the same thing we do when we mine a NFT! We will discover some documents and some incredible details that will show the
Leonardo and Michelangelo real “human” face. My work is to find the source of creativity of the renaissance masters but I find also the common problems we have also today: money and copyright. Inside contracts signed by Leonardo we will see the problems he faced and we will discover some unknown aspects of what we believe are untouchable pure classic arts linked also with NFTs.

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Listen to some of the biggest
players in the NFT industry.

Come and discuss the future of NFT and how they can be applied to specific industries and products.

STAGE 1: NFTs: Today & Tomorrow

Stage one looks at how NFTs are paving the way to a new era of innovation. This stage is dedicated to the future of NFTs and the evolving landscape surrounding it to give longevity to NFTs and underpinning technology. So whether you’re an early adopter, a tech professional or an enthusiast within the space, stage one will tell you everything you need to know about NFT’s.

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How to make money with DIGITAL ART and NFTs

Paolo Mosca interviews Mario Taddei
A dialogue where we will find out what the
NFT and Ethereum, the blockchain that certifies
the art of the future inserted in virtual galleries and museums

NFTs and the Ethereum blockchain, certifying the art of the future inserted in virtual galleries and museums.

How is the art market changing?
How is copyright protection evolving?
How is an NFT made, step by step?
What needs to be done to invest in contemporary art and what tricks do you need to know to navigate the platforms that promote and sell digital art?
And again, what are NFTs, how can they help artists and how are they overwhelming the world of traditional galleries? How is a digital artwork made and how is it made unique, certified and salable? What is the metaverse and what opportunities open up thanks to virtual museums?

This book aims to give you all these answers, in a simple and agile dialogue between a writer and one of the world’s greatest experts in digital art. We move from Leonardo Da Vinci to the digital world, tracing the map of an epochal revolution, unthinkable just a few years ago. Artistic deaths and rebirths in the most boiling market of the moment.

Whether you are an artist, a collector, a crypto speculator or a museum director, here you will find explanations, tricks, examples and rules to make money with NFTs but also not to lose them!
Mario Taddei, digital art expert and Leonardo da vinci, with Paolo Mosca, television author and writer, will reveal the secrets of this strange and new world ….

192 Pages with Illustrations, drawings, diagrams, examples, digital art and photos.
Link to the most important Marketplaces where to sell NFTs

Mestieri del futuro: architetti e scenografi virtuali.

Articolo su
Alumni Politecnico di Milano

Mestieri del futuro: architetti e scenografi virtuali secondo Mario Taddei.

Ce li racconta l’Alumnus, designer politecnico, pioniere della realtà virtuale, storico e artista.

Alumnus in disegno industriale a indirizzo multimediale, Mario Taddei è uno dei primi designer al mondo ad aver preso la strada della realtà virtuale. “Nel 1998 feci la tesi su uno dei primi caschi virtuali: volevo ricostruire il Castello Sforzesco così com’era al tempo di Leonardo da Vinci, ma era ancora fantascienza, la tecnologia non era pronta. I caschi facevano venire il mal di testa e la risoluzione delle immagini era ancora deludente rispetto alle aspettative delle persone”.

Vent’anni dopo, la tecnologia ha recuperato terreno e Taddei è di nuovo uno dei primi designer al mondo a realizzare una postazione per la realtà virtuale in un museo