Roy Nachum, Moon Ranger, 2022
A limited collection of Avatar NFTs by artist Roy Nachum. Ownership
unlocks membership benefits including access to the Megamoon Metaverse.
Crown Kids manifested from an unexpected assemblage of objects, characteristics, attributes, and rare
artifacts. Programmatically generated from 250 possible traits and randomly allocated to avatars,
all are unique.
Crown Kids evolved from Roy Nachum’s iconic child with a gold
crown over their eyes. A metaphor for “blindness” caused by
displaced values and desires.
The Crown is a symbol of humility. Crown Kids stand for human
equality. They see no race, no color, no gender or social identity of
any kind. We are all one and the same!
Roy Nachum, Time Keeper 2022
Click to view the 360 video.
Crown Kid Legendary are digital art installations which include: The NFT, the 360° VR experience in the Megamoon Metaverse, a 2D video version, and a 1/1 Crown Kid avatar.
Each Legendary has a redeemable physical painting of your Crown Kid hand painted by Roy Nachum!
Megamoon Studio Interior Space
Museum of Digital Art and Non-fungible Tokens
THE MEGAMOON MUSEUM, located in New York City is dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of digital art. At 50,000 Sq. Ft. The museum will provide a singular and immersive space for the creative community at large, featuring contemporary and digital art to re-invent human experience. An immersive environment with programs and exhibitions curated quarterly.
The first institutional space to educate, exhibit and sell NFT’s.
THE MEGAMOON MUSEUM is where technology, art and culture converge. Visitors can explore, discover, and own virtual experiences. Directly across from the Oculus in lower Manhattan. Opening to the public in 2023. Co-founded by Roy Nachum and Michael Cayre. Architecture by Mercer Project.
Co-founded by Roy Nachum and Michael Cayre. Architecture by Mercer Project.
Opening to the public in 2023.
A graduate of Cooper Union, multidisciplinary artist Roy Nachum is known for an artistic practice that examines human perception and sight through experimental paintings, installations, and sculptures, incorporating elements used in conceptual and interactive art and exploring complex factors like sensory substitution, hypnagogic imagery, internal representations, and mental rotation.
Nachum’s practice has expanded over the last decade to experimenting with new ideas and methods to approach narratives in artificial intelligence, and steering technology to create boundary-pushing artworks.
Nominated in 2017 for a Grammy for his work on Rihanna’s album “Anti”, Nachum’s works are included in public and private collections worldwide.
He lives & works in New York, Italy and Japan.