Iyasile Naa, A futuristic work in the critical mass third world creative sector
A silent charity project known as Philosophers Legacy has been renamed “Iyasile Naa” or simply “The Legacy”. This move was made to protect design rights and the integrity of a unique art piece that has progressively aged well.
Before the NFT (Non-fungible tokens) craze globally, one technologist while doubling up as an active artist, created one mixed media artwork in collaboration with students and high-profiled attendees at Oxford University, Oxfordshire England.
Ade Olufeko, a pioneer who started a career in computer software and hardware long before the masses embraced the realities of a digital age continues to super forecast through his work with considerable caution.
Iyasile Naa the new name of the art piece comes as the only non-physical change since its 2017 reveal to the public. According to the commercial ban expiring in 2033, all charity proceeds will flow into African markets supporting the creative sector.
As for the NFT embellishment, this will benefit aspiring digital painters and enthusiasts to secure a piece of the work, encouraging the use of the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
The artwork ushered in a derivative work in 2018 called “Remember To Rise” which also gained recognition in its sphere. A platform for trading or bids is stated to be unveiled in time.
What is not certain is if the trading platform is a widely used one presently in the market. The digital painting continues to generate brand equity for a bright future.