Out-Game Flowers Sold Out
This Valentine's Day, celebrate with flowers that never die.
Out-Game Flowers—by leading conceptual artist Jill Magid—is a collection of bouquets of flowers plundered from the world's most popular video games. The collection is comprised of 165 bouquets—15 large with audio and 150 small bouquets.
The collection is officially sold out but available for secondary sales on OpenSea.
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Discover the Larger Collection
Out-Game Flowers' digital bouquets—15 large with audio and 150 small bouquets—are composed of flowers from the world's most popular video games, including The Legend of Zelda, Final Fantasy, Minecraft, and more. Jill Magid traveled through these iconic digital worlds, plucking stems from each virtual landscape to craft her first NFT-backed artwork. In their respective worlds, these pixelated plants and photo-realistic flowers are tied to complex economies that drive their value in-game and out.
Magid's work shines a light on the power structures that create and monetize these items. Extracted from their walled gardens and assembled into a bouquet, she introduces the flowers into another closed system—a digital artwork with a secured provenance through blockchain technology. By assigning each flower an out-game value based on its worth in-game, she challenges us to define our own metrics of worth — based not just on economics, beauty, and utility, but also on nostalgia, speculation, and taste.Discover the Larger Collection →
Meet the Artist
Through her multifaceted, performance-based practice, Jill Magid explores the emotional, philosophical, and legal tensions between individual agency and large institutions such as intelligence agencies, artist’s estates and the police.
A Guggenheim Fellow, Magid has received solo exhibitions at the Tate Modern, Whitney Museum, Berkeley Art Museum, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and the Security and Intelligence Agency of the Netherlands. Her work is in the collections of the Centre Pompidou, Whitney Museum, Fundacion Jumex, and Walker Art Center.
A portion of proceeds from this project will be allocated to Creative Time—a public arts organization that works with artists to contribute to the dialogues, debates, and dreams of our times.
Kazi Rayhan of Direct Dimensions is credited with 3D animation for Out-Game Flowers.
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Yes, every bouquet has been arranged by the artist and every one is unique.
The large bouquets are 6.7 ETH or ~$10,000 each. Email us at email@example.com for more details.
For members of the allowlist who mint before the public drop, the small bouquets will be available for .2 ETH or ~$325 each.
During the public drop, the small bouquets will be available for .35 ETH or ~$550 each.
Our allowlist for the small bouquets is now closed
Minting for the allowlist opens on February 14th at 12:00 PM EST and the larger public release is happening on Thursday, February 16 at 12:00 PM EST
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in acquiring a large bouquet.
The only verified Ethereum contract addresses for Jill Magid’s collection Out-Game Flowers are as follows:
Out-Game Flowers (Large Bouquets): 0x7411497eb7b37118cb3755C00d4006418CAE34eD
Out-Game Flowers (Small Bouquets): 0x0EBe9C0b4f716FC19e7F865cffA168363A4e7e1E
Jill Magid’s Ethereum wallet address is: 0x8282F9d45A5a68B5d1aD66819950f8126D85B079
Be wary of fraudulent collections and scams. Any supposed Out-Game Flowers collections that do not match these contract addresses or are not owned by Jill Magid's wallet address and are illegitimate.
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“ I imagined myself as the naughty girl knocking down the walled gardens of the online gaming landscape to go flower-picking within them.— Jill Magid