The Madhubani NFTs Collection comprises of 10000 unique NFTs that highlight the rich cultural heritage of Madhubani, in India. This vibrant collection pays tribute to traditional Indian practice and revives it in the form of digital art.
ART CLUB NFT PASS holders(#1 to #82 only) can mint up to 2 NFTs for free. For the sake of transparency and to avoid any doubt, we want to inform our users that free NFTs is only available for limited members who have held an ART CLUB NFT pass on 01.01.2023
If you’re a whitelisted member, an O.G. member or a raffle winner, you can claim 2 NFTs for free.
Madhubani art is an important and significant subset of Indian miniature painting, from the Mithila region of Bihar. The Madhubani paintings were made using natural pigments derived from plants and minerals such as turmeric, indigo, or natural earth pigments like ochre that are mined locally. The paintings depict Hindu deities, motifs and stories, saints and heroes of India’s epics and literature.
The paintings are known for their highly ornate patterns created through intricate brush strokes. Over time, these paintings were adapted to freehand pen drawings, used as mementos on ceremonial occasions such as marriage and childbirth or commissioned by patrons or wealthy individuals as decorative pieces
The NFTs in this collection supports ERC721 contract are compatible with 3rd party marketplace platforms such as Open Sea
Select #wallet-submission channel and follow the instructions. Minting will be enabled once the whitelisting process is complete.