Princess Charlene of Monaco unveiled her new project on Tuesday, a sale of NFT works that she commissioned from a South African artist for a good cause.
She says she is “enthusiastic” about this new project herself. This Tuesday, July 5, 2022, Princess Charlene of Monaco announced, via her Instagram account, that she had ordered a collection of NFT works from Junaid Sénéchal-Senekal. For those unfamiliar with this new NFT term, it should be noted that it is the acronym for “non-fungible token”, translated into French as “non-fungible token”. Or a certificate of ownership of a digital object.
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To sum up, Prince Albert II’s wife asked this South African artist to make paintings that are for sale virtually online, for the benefit of the # feed2gether initiative. The South African branch of the Princess Charlene Foundation of Monaco is doing it in collaboration with the iPapa57 Feeding the Children program of the LOUIS57 Foundation – the foundation of South African golf champion Louis Oosthuizen-, which currently feeds between 460 and 480 children in 18 SmartStart Early community centers Childhood Development (ECD) in Mossel Bay, a port city in southern South Africa. The sale of these virtual canvases produced by Junaid Sénéchal-Senekal will raise funds to extend this feeding program to the western, eastern and northern regions of the Cape.
A portrait of Charlene precedes the 15 works
The mother of Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella unveiled the digital works proposed in a very original way. Fifteen in number and depicting stylized female bodies, these are in fact discovered through a video that begins with a portrait of Princess Charlene, signed by the artist himself.