Kristian Schmidt X
Andy Harkness

Annabelle And Lion
Digital Artwork With Interactive Access Rights (1 of 1)
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This Cryptograph is the 96th to be minted, and the media was created on Fri Nov 05 2021 at 7:15:00 PM GMT
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Kristian Schmidt X Andy Harkness
Annabelle And Lion
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The auction winner of this Cryptograph is entitled to one photoshoot and one photography masterclass with Kristian Schmidt whilst he is out on location and on assignment. It can be redeemed anytime until Kristian is no longer capturing photos or he retires. The masterclass can also be redeemed via a 30 minute Zoom if you do not want to have it on location with Kristian. No expenses such as travel and accommodation are covered, the Cryptograph only grants the auction winner access to Kristian's photoshoot and masterclass.

There are many opportunities to shoot with Krisitan next year in locations like New York, LA, Miami, Tokyo during cherry blossom season and South Africa. For the South Africa trip Kristian can also provide a curated itinerary to include; visiting Table Mountain, visiting the Babylonstoren Vineyard, going on safari in Kruger Park and organising a stay at their top luxury lodges and having a photoshoot with Kristian at a private cat rescue with cheetahs and lions.
Annabelle And Lion
Never have two opposite beings become so equal in front of Kristian Schmidt’s camera lens. A five-year-old little girl, Annabelle, stands before a lion, who nears ever-so-close to understand the power she holds. Lifting his paw, ever-so-gently as Annabelle stares into his eyes, you can imagine each peaceful heartbeat as nature, and human intersect in a moment of spectacular brilliance. As her cape waves in the wind and hair billows out behind her, Annabelle doesn’t need to rule over the lion because on this prairie; her eyes tell the story. Annabelle’s courage stuns the lion, and his gentle reply reminds us what nature so wants to teach, “all can exist here.” A remarkable piece for any Cryptograph NFT collection, this moment of powerful calm will never be available again. Claim this Cryptograph NFT as your own and commit to saving precious animals like this lion. This purchase entitles you to an exclusive photoshoot with Kristian Schmidt, and a photography masterclass, and the ability to say that your Cryptograph NFT is saving wildlife, one lion at a time.
Kristian Schmidt X Andy Harkness
Grammy-nominated photographer and filmmaker Kristian Schmidt’s one-of-a-kind style focuses on the use of dramatic juxtaposition and opposites, creating stunning and enigmatic images that are as dramatic as they are head-turning. Called “groundbreaking, ethereal, and beautiful,” Kristian’s photography has been on exhibition at some of the most prestigious venues worldwide, including Milk Studios in New York City, Art Basel Miami, the Cannes Film Festival, Opera Gallery London, and Art Monaco. Seeking to convey the synergy between wildlife and humans, the iconic images highlight the silent partnerships between man and nature, opening the mind to conservation and sustainability. Andy Harkness an Emmy Award-winning Art Director with 28 years of experience in the animation industry. With credits on most of Pixar’s most lucrative and creative animated movies, including; “Moana,” “Frozen,” “Wreck-It-Ralph,” “Tangled,” “VIVO” and more, he currently works at Skydance Animation as an Art Director, working on upcoming releases, “Luck,” “Spellbound,” and “Pookoo.” As a children’s book author and illustrator, Harkness has worked on and released “Bug Zoo,” “The Ballad of Nessie” and Disney’s “Prep and Landing.”

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Who This Cryptograph Supports

WildAid’s mission is to protect wildlife from illegal trade and other imminent threats.
WildAid’s mission is to protect wildlife from illegal trade and other imminent threats.