We have collaborated with artists to bring a collection of masterpieces to the Dream Shop. These artworks are exclusively available in the Dream Shop for 22 ADA (plus some space dust) and were curated with the intention of healing through art.
Proceeds: 50% artist | 50% Shook Foundation
The Dream Shop will be minting until Sunday December 12 @ 11:11 am pst.
What you need:
A cardano (ADA) compatible wallet we recommend CCVault, Daedalus, or Adalite. DO NOT use a wallet from an exchange
How it Works:
When you find a collection you love. Click buy for purchasing instructions. You will be redirected to RetroNFTs custom minting system. If a collection has more than 1 piece, each transaction will mint a random piece from the collection.
DREAM SHOP UPDATE:
The Dream Shop is back up and running and will be minting until Sunday, December 12 @ 11:11 am pst
Everyone on our team understands the importance of daily action in order to manage and improve our mental and spiritual health. We are so grateful to have the opportunity to create for a great cause! Puffy the Token is all about sending good vibrations and in our eyes represents... "Peace, Love, Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention."-Dick Brannin
The thought connected to this composition is of those who struggle with mental health issues and thoughts of suicide, swimming through an ocean of difficult and beautiful days.
The Mental Health and Suicide Awareness Ribbons symbolize those individuals who are struggling, coping and no longer with us, their loved ones, healthcare providers, first responders, funeral service professionals and other facets of support for them and their families.
An Ocean of Hope and Support
Illustrator | Clay Nation
JIKA EDSTRÖM is an illustrator whose art feeds off culture and femininity. Her work is empowering, confident and unfiltered. By taking a stylised look at human identity it tries to raise questions concerning self, beauty and existence. Jika is part of the Clay Mates team, creating unique illustrations to bring Clay Nation to life.
“Living in Osaka, Japan, was a huge inspiration for me. The country's breadth of culture, style and art took my creativity to the next level. A lot of my work is a kind of requiem to living alone in Japan, this is reflected in the sensual scenes of solitude”
The Hidden Order
Each art is crafted by the Artist Sekki. She is based in Japan and uses art as a way to express herself and share about mental health. To her being open and honest about her mental health is the best way she can normalize seeking help. If you are in a crisis. Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor. You do not have to struggle alone.
The Never Engine
The reflection of your consciousness
Unfurling in love like baby's breath
With our hands intertwined
We heal and we empty our minds
Little Trumpet lost track of time
And found a stitch in it saved nine
Relieved the cards helped him detect
The most important thing in life is to connect