Panel 1: two white duck-people, one wearing light blue and one wearing purple, look at the Mona Lisa.
Panel 2: purple-wearing duck-person turns to the other duck-person and says, “but did the artist have the right opinions?”
Panel 3: just a shot of the Mona Lisa
Panel 4: Mona Lisa being carried out by a duck-person in a janitorial outfit in a wheeled trash can.
Alt-text: “There’s a reason you don’t see right-wing art, and it isn’t because right-wingers aren’t making art.”
Speaking of cancelling art, it would seem the wild success of the Flurks NFT has caused quite a stir. So much in fact, the art was de-listed on NFT markets OpenSea and Rarible without explanation.
Thankfully the story has gotten picked up by news outlets. In fact, if you or someone you know would like to publish this story, hit me up.
Alternatively, if you or someone you know works at OpenSea/Rarible, let’s talk. I’ve been trying to for a week.
@Bitcoin News (@BTCTN)
The artist behind Stonetoss Comics, a series of political cartoons, has been censored by two very prominent #NFT marketplaces — Opensea and Rarible. https://t.co/yBvDNZGNT2