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Mod.1 is the collection that brings the artistic genius of Amedeo Modigliani back to life.

We empower anyone to own a derivative of a Modigliani, weakening the barriers to entry into the world of precious art collectibles. 

Until today the privilege to own a Modigliani has been for few, but times are changing. We are letting Art be available for everyone through Web3, promoting inclusivity and reaching a wider audience of art enthusiasts. 

10,000 artworks inspired by the best masterpieces of the most controversial Italian artist of the 20th century.


Bridge between art and new generations  ​

Contemporary Art finds its highest expression in the digital world, but its acerbity shines through the superficiality of nowadays artworks.

History teaches us that every artistic current needs a visionary to take charge to change the rules and define the direction by destroying the status quo.

Building on the values of the past and the cultural legacy of Young Modi, our project aims to redefine the new generation's conception of art, creating a bridge between traditional art and the tools of the future.

Whether tomorrow's museum is in the metaverse or in a physical place, we want the protagonists of the artworks and the creative ecosystem to be young people and innovative technologies, the driving force behind the world and the history itself.

Mod.1 is a wire, a harmonious mix of classicism, artistic experimentation and current events, designed to bring the younger generations back at the center of the Art World through Blockchain and NFT's.

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Inspired by   ​

The collection is developed by taking inspiration from three Amedeo Modigliani’s masterpieces that align perfectly with the values of our project.


Portrait of Lunia Czechowska (1919): she was a family friend of Léopold Zborowski, Modigliani's art dealer and patron; Modigliani dedicated numerous portraits to her, who represents the beauty that drive our mission to finally bring aesthetics to dominate the NFT market.

Tête (1911): it belongs to a rare series of stone sculptures, depicting goddesses of beauty. Modigliani took raw materials from the scraps of construction sites of Paris, and at night he would illuminate the sculptures he made with them. It represents the philosophy of our project.

Portrait of Paul Guillaume (1916) : a prominent Paris art collector who loved art and beauty, he represents our community of visionaries who support the mission of creating the finest collection in the history of NFT’s.

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