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BRONSON GOES DIGITAL
Charles Arthur Salvador (born Michael Gordon Peterson on 6 December 1952), better known as Charles Bronson, is a British prison in-mate who has had a colourful life and often referred to in the British press as “Britain’s most notorious prisoner”. He has spent time in Rampton, Broadmoor and Ashworth high-security prisons.
Charles has now been in prison since 1974, whiles in prison, Charles has written numerous books, featured in interviews and documentaries. His time in prison has been used as a study for prison reform. A biopic of Bronson was released in 2008 starring the Hollywood A Lister Tom Hardy, a movie well received by most film critics around the world.
Charles Salvador will be the first British Prisoner to create an NFT from his work marking a significant moment in art and Crypto history.
Time locked up
examples of charles's work
Bronson’s artwork shows prison life, his personal battle with mental health and time spent in hospitals. His art has been publicly exhibited and is well known. One such exhibition was his famous works exhibited at The National Army Museum in Chelsea, London. He’s won 11 awards including the Koestler Arts Trust Award from the prison arts charity.
AUCTION OF CHARLes's ART
Inloop Digital have teamed up with Charles Bronson’s son, George Bamby-Salvador, to mint a set of unseen limited edition masterpieces as Crypto NFTs.
Bronson will be the first British prisoner to create crypto art NFTs which has taken the art world by storm this year.
The platform for the Drop will be released very soon, so keep an eye on our social media links.
NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) are essentially a unique one-of-a-kind digital certificate, which proves ownership of a digital asset such as art using blockchain technology.