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ECO NFT GALLERY: Trading Carbon-negative NFTs

“With eco-art and nanotechnology, ECO NFT GALLERY aims to rebuild our planet and help the underprivileged -- one artwork at a time.”


Inspired by this mission, Romeo Siquijor (a Harvard ES graduate student) thought of using nanocomposite material from sequestered CO2, recycled activated carbon, and recycled plastic he calls DETE (Decarbonizing Eco Thermoplastic Elastomer) to build carbon-negative sculptures that can absorb CO2 in the air. He partnered with Leo Haz (a contemporaneous Austrian PET Sculptor who holds the patent on a unique plastic recycling technic called PETing). They joined together on a mission. A mission to increase the culture of plastic recycling, find a practical use for sequestered CO2 and build synthetic trees (in a form of sculptures) inside our homes. The 40% of the net proceeds of ECO NFT GALLERY sales go to the underprivileged -- the homeless street children, orphans, and to the Building Block Foundation to help special kids and adults be self-sufficient in life. 30% goes to ECO NFT GALLERY to plant trees, buy carbon credit, technology innovation, and operations. Then 30% goes to the Eco Artists, to inspire them to continue building and creating carbon-negative artworks.

Eco NanoSculpture NFT Collections by Leo Haz

By combining Romeo's revolutionary idea of using recycled nanomaterials and Leo's patented plastic art recycling technic, Eco NanoSculpture NFT Collections are born -- offering the first carbon-negative NFTs with real physical sculptures, that actually capture CO2 in the air plus a collectible digital NFT. All Eco NanoSculpture NFT artworks come with NFC (near-field communication) chips to facilitate the verification of the immutable ownership of each asset within the blockchain network; offering quick access to relevant information about each masterpiece, facilitate NFT trading, and find infinite use cases within the Metaverse world. The blockchain offers the immutability and traceability of these mixed-reality carbon-negative NFT collections.


Hobo Art NFT Collections by Romeo Siquijor

One of Romeo's passions is capturing moments of "Life in the Streets" -- he takes photos of often melancholic scenes and converts them into digital NFT artwork. His drive to help the needy, combined with his love for art and the environment gave rise to the "Hobo Art NFT Collections." Hobo Art NFTs are printed over recycled paper (on a 5x5" or 5x8") canvass and uses 100% recycled plastic as frames. The majority of the proceeds of these NFT collections go to charity -- the homeless, the orphans, and the Building Block Foundation to help special kids and adults be self-sufficient.


Virtual Reality (VR) ECO NFT GALLERY


The ECO NFT GALLERY combines modern art with technology -- to build and trade ecological, sustainable, and carbon-negative mixed reality NFTs. Our gallery is the home of the Eco NanoSculptures and the Hobo Art NFT collections. Each of our artworks has its digital twin, that you can keep in your digital wallet. Buying our NFTs, means that you will get both a physical asset (a sculpture or a digital painting) and a digital collectible NFT artifact. All physical assets come with a digital certificate embedded in the artwork. You simply tap your phone and it will bring you the digital portal of the asset where you can verify its authenticity, ownership, details about the artwork, including specific thoughts from the artists who built them.


You can also view our Virtual Reality ECO NFT GALLERY at, where any virtual reality visitors can view all past and present artworks displayed in our virtual 3D gallery. Use of VR/AR glasses recommended.

In the future, we will also have a physical gallery where we will showcase our latest Carbon-Negative NFT projects.


Our Commitment to the Environment and the Underprivileged Communities


For each NFT you buy from us, 5,000 trees will be planted on our buyer's behalf, represented by five UPCO2 tokens, equivalent to 5 Carbon Credits. You will also be helping the underprivileged, as most of the proceeds of our twin-NFT artwork sales go to charity -- the homeless, the orphans, and the Building Block Foundation to help special kids and adults be self-sufficient.

ECO NFT GALLERY: Carbon-Negative NFTs Only

Thanks to Enjin's Jumpnet project (the most energy-efficient NFT blockchain platform), we can make, distribute, and trade our NFT collections carbon-free and gas-free. Since we only use recycled plastic materials, sequestered CO2, recycled paper, and partnering with Treecycle to plant trees on our behalf and buy carbon credits with UPCO2 blockchain, we can claim that we are the most carbon negative NFT project that exists today. At ECO NFT GALLERY we only trade carbon-negative NFT artworks -- to rebuild our planet and help the underprivileged -- one artwork at a time.

Owning an NFT has never been a great privilege and intrinsically gratifying -- as anyone who owns any of our collections will take pride in helping the environment (to be carbon-negative and Earth-positive) at the same time helping the needy.

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