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A proven artist, creative problem solver, and international designer, Ovadeus (a.k.a. NFT Alien) has embraced the power and awe-inspiring possibilities of digital technologies since the dawn of the GUI (Gooey). As an illustrator, his works appeared among the first digitally-created art appearing in print, in the early issues of MacWorld (1985). Wood Diary, an independent film written and directed by Ovadeus, was screened in over 50 juried film festivals across the globe. His instructors and mentors included illustration legends and New York Society of Illustrators Hall-Of-Famers Joe Bowler, David Passalacqua, Herbert Tauss, David Grove, Bob Peak, and Murray Tinkelman. As a young watercolorist, he corresponded with American artist and painting icon Andrew Wyeth. This is his first NFT collection release and these are sure to be provably-rare pieces of digital art.
Thee be bats, brats, or knats. Regardless, I like the hats on those cats.
No matter if it is a white cat or a black cat, a cat that can catch rats is a good cat.
A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way.
I’ve met many thinkers and many cats, but the wisdom of cats is infinitely superior.
There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats.
No home is complete without the pitter patter of litty Kitty Da Bù Hǎo feet.
The Kitty Da Bù Hǎo initiative is to create a highly sought-after, profitable, and meaningful NFT community - while collectively building a global brand. The Kitty Da Bù Hǎo NFTs are the rare and exclusive assets that provide the launch fuel. We will offer the general public access to the Kitty Da Bù Hǎo brand with a variety of products to elevate the 'brand mage' and identity recognition, thus increasing the overall value. The NFTs are the foundation, or "gold" asset, and only the NFTs will grow in value. Our network spans the United States, Hong Kong, and even into mainland China. We are a 100% USA-based company but will leverage the demand for Kitty Da Bù Hǎo paraphernalia across continents. And all the while, we will donate to local and national humane societies in an effort to increase the awareness, care, and adoption of our shelter pets.
We promote and fuel the official Kitty Da Bù Hǎo NFT Collection and simultaneously offer the general public a variety of products to elevate to identity and overall brand recognition.
We donate 2.5% of proceeds to local humane societies and launch our Virtual Reality Gallery.
We launch the Kitty Da Bù Hǎo NFT Meta Kingdom Web gaming platform and a limited-edition Art print set.
And we donate additional funds to the National U.S. Humane Society and produce Kitty Da Bù Hǎo collector's Artbook.
The privileged. The untouchables. Indulging in all that life has to offer with no shortage of vanity Keepers of the wealth.
The Warlords. Maintains the aggressive and stubborn attitude of the original patriarch. Not afraid to "speak their mind".
Seek to discover the beauty and nature of reality. They investigate consciousness, truth, and how enlightenment can be achieved.
The academicians whom promote logic, rational thought, and science. Exhibit caring, altruism, and universal love for all people regardless of relations.
Advocates independent thought and "to each his/her own". It is only through ourselves that we understand absolute truth.
Strive for perfection and desire to become "one" with the flow of the world or rhythms of "the way".
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Oringins of Yin and Yang 陰陽
As legend has it, the story began in the ancient village of Zhenxun 斟鄩, China during the Xia Dynasty nearly 4000 years ago. Twin kittens, Hǎo and Bù Hǎo were born of peasant farmers and tossed into the Yellow River. They were abandoned and left to drown. The felines were rescued by passing warlords defending the region. These warlords later gave the rescued kittens as gifts to the empress of Emperor Yu the Great as symbols of survival and fortitude. The empress' eunuchs were assigned to care for the kittens. Hǎo was beautiful and received preferred treatment. She was showered with praise, personal grooming, a royal wardrobe, and the finest foods. Although very intelligent and wise, Bù Hǎo was physically hideous with an eye deformation. She was neglected, mistreated, and forced to wear the duds of a peasant farmer.
As time passed, the cats became an intricate part of the royal family. Competing clans became aware of the cats' attachment to the dynasty and came to see the cats as a valuable token of possession. As Chinese history unfolded, and as opposing clans challenged the ruling dynasties, it became a tradition for the new and victorious clans to capture and take possession of the defeated emperor's cats, knowing that all were direct descendants from the original Xia Dynasty's Hǎo and Bù Hǎo. Leaders felt that this direct lineage gave the cats great power and value. Therefore whoever possessed these cats had a direct tie to the origins of Chinese culture and existence.
It was during the Han Dynasty that the fatal felis catus divide occurred. The evil empress Lü Zhi became the first woman empress after the death of her husband, the infamous Emperor Liu Bang. She gained the throne by assassinating Liu Bang's second son and mutilating Qi Li, the son's mother. Qi Li was Emperor Bang's favorite and preferred concubine. Bù Hǎo was the Qi Li's favorite cat due to its wisdom, stubbornness, and absence of vanity regarding its inherited hideousness. It was an outcast by everyone in the royal family except for Qi Li.
Empress Lu Zhi continued her reign of terror by declaring that for one calendar year (the "Year of the Cat" or the "Year of Reign"), all descendants of Bù Hǎo would be rounded up and exterminated. It is for this reason, that the cat was scratched from the Chinese zodiac and the Year of the Cat was removed from the twelve-year lunar cycle and replaced out of spite by the rat. Even though history documents Empress Lü's Year of Reign as a success, Chinese lore reflects a different outcome. It is said that on the day before her brutal death, Qi Li was able to stow one of Bù Hǎo's kittens into a fleeing rickshaw to the north.
Legends of Kitty Da Bù Hǎo surfaced again in the Stepp region of Central Asia during the time of Genghis Kahn. The military achievements of the Mongols and Genghis Khan were credited due to superior strategy and tactics rather than overpowering numbers. It is written that the Mongols bred the bad cats for preemptive attacks on the kingdoms of Northwest China. The Mongols would send in herds of Bù Hǎos to create havoc and disorient their foes, then follow up with waves of calvary attacks.
Only through modern feline mitochondrial DNA testing have we solved the mystery for the two dominant bloodlines of all modern domesticated cats. The cute and cuddly kitten, we know today as Hello Kittee(y) can trace its lineage directly to the Han Dynasty and the empress' favorite pet, Hǎo. And today's Kitty da Bù Hǎo has been linked to the original Bù Hǎo, the first known and documented "no good cat." This recent discovery has confirmed Chinese lore as fact and proves that little Kitty da Bù Hǎo did indeed escape the Year of Reign and went on to keep her ancestor's lineage intact. The characteristics of fortitude and determination reign supreme in all of her descendants.
Different clans of the Kitty Da Bù Hǎo lineage have formed over the last millennia. Even though all are stubborn at heart and take great pride in individualism, many have found acceptance with their outcast or "bad kitty" persona. Today's factions include the Royals, Mongols, Monks, Mohists, Chans, and Taoists.
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