NFT CityLights 2021
Kōhī × eepmon

On November 2nd, 2021 in partnership with NFT platform, コーヒー (kohi), I launched my first generative art NFT collection titled, “CityLights by eepmon”. Visiting every year, Japan has always been my creative source of inspiration for the mind, body and spirit. As such, this collection is inspired by Japan’s vibrant cityscapes.

Title: CityLights No.51.

On November 2nd, 2022 the Kohi team and I took over Times Square New York to announce the NFT drop.

A total of 1,208 mints, NFT CityLights by eepmon was written in Processing (Java) and then transferred to an intermediate composition layer. Next the Kohi compiler converts the intermediate layer to Solidity, which in turn compiles to the Ethereum EVM. This means that NFT Citylights by eepmon is constructed entirely on-chain in Solidity.

November 22nd, 2022: I am pleased to announce that all 1,208 NFT CityLights sold out within a record breaking 1hr and 30mins! Thank you all who participated for this minting.

NFT CityLights 2021 No.1024 & No.1081

About the CityLights artwork:

There’s a consistent theme in my Kōhī CityLights that involves the 🌙 and the ☀️

I was born at the cusp of Cancer ♋️ and Leo ♌️ zodiacs. Therefore my life – how I view/engage the world is ruled by the emotional moon and the powerful sun. Being a wielder of both celestial bodies can either make you or break you! Therefore alignment and achieving universal balance is key.

CityLights explores such notions of balance. Though aesthetically futurist in nature this series gives nod to patterns and sacred geometries. It allows us to take a step back and observe holistically that in our day-to-day busy routines, the Universe will continue to expand, stars within galaxies will continue to revolve, and the sun and moon will continue to rise/fall (through our humanist perspective of course).

CityLights is the light of life.🌄🌇

The rarest of them all, only 30 CityLights in Light Mode were generated.

Five lucky winners won signed CityLights on canvas prints. Holders of the mints were of course authenticated for ownership!

CityLights on a digital art display.