work of art

BG 213 – BeaG Security Token (BST)

Museums have found a new way to make money. They divide paintings into countless – sometimes as many as a million! – virtual pieces (ASTs) and then sell them to the public.
They euphemistically call it ‘democratization of art’. After all, anyone can come into possession of a (tiny) piece of a work of art in this way. Hurrah!
And anyone who buys such a piece – sometimes just a few pixels, representing a minuscule amount of paint on a tiny piece of canvas – becomes co-owner of the work of art. Or actually of a virtual representation of the work of art.

Anyone can now invest in a work of art and from now on call themselves a shareholder. Even those people for whom something like this was previously unthinkable.
As a small shareholder – there is usually a restriction of 5 ASTs per person, to ensure the ‘democratization of art’ – you naturally have hardly any decision-making power regarding …

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BG 149 – Boekenlegger / Bookmark 05

Bookmark, four black ink drawings of old books.
Bookmark, four black ink drawings of old books, lying on bright red book.


grootte 5×15 cm
originele tekeningen getekend met een fineliner

size 2×6 inch
original drawings drawn with a fineliner


Je hebt deze tekeningen waarschijnlijk al eerder gezien op mijn Blog,
maar nu heb ik ze verkleind en verzameld op een boekenlegger.

You’ve probably seen these drawings before on my Blog,
but now I’ve reduced them and collected them on a bookmark.

BG 139 – Boekenlegger / Bookmark 02

Bookmark, black ink drawing of pile of old books.
Bookmark, black ink drawing of stack of books, lying on bright red book.


5×15 cm (met witte rand)
getekend met een 0.5 mm fineliner

2×6 inch (with white border)
drawn with a 0.5 mm fineliner

BG 135 – Boekenlegger / Bookmark 01

Bookmark, black ink drawing of book case with books.
Bookmark, black ink drawing of book case with books, lying on bright red book.


5×15 cm (met witte rand)
getekend met een 0.5 mm fineliner

2×6 inch (with white border)
drawn with a 0.5 mm fineliner