Yura
Miron

Bright Future For All Children
Digital Artwork (1 of 1)
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Issue Number:
49
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This Cryptograph is the 49th to be minted, and the media was created on Fri Aug 21 2020 at 1:47:00 PM GMT
Minting Block:
10750413
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Bright Future For All Children
Yura Miron’s Cryptograph is the first Cryptograph of its kind as it was all created and designed in VR. His vibrant, psychedelic and dramatic artwork is a mesmerising world full of planets, butterflies bright colours and other beautiful things that Yura hopes will fill its viewer happiness. It's well worth taking a look at his making of video as well to see how he created it in VR. His Cryptograph supports the Many Hopes charity who help and support vulnerable children in Kenya.
Yura Miron
Yura Miron is a self-taught visionary artist, musician, performer and psychonaut. His art often focuses on exploring the synesthesia between audio, visual and movement. He has created everything from animated GIFs, experimental hand-drawn short films and music videos to live visual performances. Much of his work is Inspired by psychedelics, nature, technology, futurism and facets of the cyberpunk movement. His work has been featured in a variety of primarily digital and crypto art focused exhibitions over the years. He lives and creates his artwork in Kyiv Ukraine.

Learn more about Yura Miron:
https://yuramiron.art/
https://twitter.com/yuramironart

Who This Cryptograph Supports
Many Hopes



Many Hopes rescues children from poverty and abuse and raises them with an imagination for justice and the tools to act on it. We educate local children to solve the problems that charity alone cannot.
Many Hopes
Many Hopes rescues children from poverty and abuse and raises them with an imagination for justice and the tools to act on it. We educate local children to solve the problems that charity alone cannot.