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If you’ve enjoyed the Varvara Alay Flower Girls NFT project, here’s some good news: the artist drops two brand new collectibles today! Accordingly, the group show “Goddess” presented by Eye of the Huntress will reveal the NFTs. Each artwork depicts the powerful women’s voices that changed history.
What are Varvara Alay’s new NFTs about?
On September 8th, Flower Girls creator Varvara Alay launches two brand new digital artworks. The collectibles will drop as part of the “Goddess” group show organized by SuperRare and some.place. Both NFTs are inspired by women’s journey through history and their powerful voices.
The first NFT, titled “A Convoluted Story”, reflects women’s unique stories over the years. The artwork reveals a woman standing on a book. Although her mouth is covered, colorful threads are coming out of her dress. Each thread is a narrative that built her history-making character.
Meanwhile, the second collectible reveals a woman in a position of power. With a fearless look on her face, the woman has red flowers surrounding her – a symbol of delicacy. Furthermore, other female portraits lay at her feet, showing female empowerment over time.
All in all, Varvara Alay continues to support women’s empowerment with her new NFTs – just as she did with Flower Girls.
What is the Goddess group show?
In essence, this year’s event will feature artworks from top female NFT creators, including:
- Aslan Ruby, the artist behind Meta Angels;
- Talia Zoref, who created the Eyes of Fashion project;
- Varvara Alay, the illustrator of the Flower Girls NFT drop;
- Lizzy Aroloye, a renowned American-Korean designer.
In addition, attendees will get to explore UK-based artists Laura Shepherd, Kate Daudy, Misha Milovanovich, and Charlotte Colbert.
“As a female-led platform at The Eye of the Huntress, breaking the bias is part of our DNA,” event founders said. “In this evolving space, we are excited to continue carving a niche that highlights women creators in Web3.”
Looking for more amazing female-led NFT projects? You can check out 10 female-led NFT collections for the coolest PFP drops of the moment!