As Madonna needs no introduction, we'll tell you that behind Beeple is graphic designer Mike Winkelmann, who you may know from the Everydays series, which sold for over $60 million dollars and catapulted him to international fame. Wanting to show her vision of motherhood and womanhood, the iconic singer contacted Winkelmann to create a triptych in the style of Bosco in the year 2300. The titles of the three works: Mother of Nature – in the coldness of the laboratory, a tree emanates from the woman's vagina –, Mother of Evolution – the transforming nature of butterflies –, and Mother of Technology – science as an advancement of life –.
The auction started on the SuperRare website on the 11th and currently, they have raised about $90,000 in total, which will be distributed to The Voices of Children Foundation, The City of Joy and Black Mama's Bail Out. If you're not a big fan of the NFT concept, you should still take the opportunity to check out these NGOs.