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River-Labs, the New Generative Digital Art Marketplace Announces Keo-Xmen, Vahid Sharifian and Nunca as First Artists Being Offered

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NEW YORK–()–Renowned international art pioneer Andy Valmorbida, who earned the moniker “King of Pop-Up” for the 45 pop-up art shows in 12 countries, recently announced the launch of River-Labs, a groundbreaking Web3 digital marketplace offering uniquely handcrafted generative digital art from established as well as emerging artists. The first to be offered by Valmorbida and curator Jordan Watts is Keo-Xmen, available for the month of November. A new artist will be offered each month. The following two months will feature other industry icons Vahid Sharifian (December) and Nunca (January).

Along with the artist roll-out, River-Labs announced the launch of river-labs.io through which its Global Mint Pass and FoundersCard will be made available. Fans and collectors can sign up now for early info, alerts and access. With the passes, members gain access to exclusive drops from heavyweight artists, the opportunity to own 1:1 digital and physical generative art, and access to members-only parties and events. FoundersCard owners will also receive access to…

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