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Award Winning New York Artist Lucas Stoffel Presents:
The Mandala Project

Stoffel's work is derived from his spiritual and cultural experiences in South East Asia. He uses his painting to create computer generated art that renders a kaleidoscopic mandala visualization

Mandalas represent devotional images in many buddhist cultures, and are often deemed a diagram or symbol of an ideal universe. 

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Computer Generated:

We will launch a series of unique mandalas, with a roadmap of 4 individual art works being explored in our first iteration of the project. Each of Stoffel's unique artworks are processed with java script and after effects to generate each frame, when these frames are stitched together they create a moving looping gif.

Minted as 1/1 Individual Frames

Each frame is minted 1/1 there will be a limited number of individual frames per series. Additional series will be released as grouped artworks with multiple series planned.

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Rarity Scale:

Rare NFT’s will be generated with every new series. These NFT’s are renders that feature a unique detail of Stoffel’s original work. Tag us @lucasstoffel on twitter or insta if you have a rare one!

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"Art is not what you see,
   but what you make others see."

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Lucas Stoffel

As a recipient of the Starving Artist Award and a selected artist for the amFar Rocks Benefit for AIDS research. Stoffel was featured in AM New York’s Premiere Art Rocks event, coverage which brought him tons of fans, including the folks at Dylan’s Candy Bar who commissioned him to work on a confection-inspired collection.


Because of his consistent showings and press, GLAAD recognized Stoffel as one of their Top 100 artists in 2012.


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