- Accra based artist named Ahmed Partey has ventured into the fast-growing market of crypto art and has become the forerunner in Ghana
- Crypto art is defining the new order of copyrights, authenticity, and ownership in the world of artistry with its robust systems
- Ahmed ventured into the market after Makersplace, one of the foremost NFT crypto art markets discovered his digital arts in May 2020 and contacted him to come on board
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Ahmed Partey, an Accra-based Ghanaian artist, has become the foremost crypto artist in Ghana, plunging the country into a new world of artistry.
A report by Edwardasare.com indicates that Ahmed began indulging in digital art in 2011 and his artistic style became very distinct and well defined by 2017.
Through consistency and ingenuity, Ahmed's hard work was noticed and the young man was contacted by Makersplace, one of the foremost NFT crypto art markets in May 2020 after they discovered his profiles on Behance and Art Station.
Since then, Ahmed has been displaying his art on their platform and making money as Ghana’s foremost crypto artist, having sold about 25 NFT digital artworks on crypto art markets.
According to the innovative artist, crypto art is defining the new order of copyrights, authenticity, and ownership as it is virtually impossible to steal someone's work or sell it without their consent and appropriate royalties.
Ahmed attended Accra Academy for his secondary school education after which he continued to the National Film and Television Institute for his tertiary education.
He designed art for the biggest skate tour in Ghana organized by Surf Ghana and was part of a group exhibition at the British Council Accra in 2019.
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