Princess Charlene of Monaco unveiled her new project on Tuesday, a sale of NFT works that she commissioned from a South African artist for a good cause.
She says she herself is “excited” by this new project. This Tuesday, July 5, 2022, Princess Charlene of Monaco announced, via her Instagram account, that she had ordered a collection of NFT works from Junaid Sénéchal-Senekal. For those who are not familiar with this new term NFT, it should be noted that it is the acronym for “non-fungible token”, translated into French as “non-fungible token”. Either a certificate of ownership of a digital object.
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To sum up, the wife of Prince Albert II asked this South African artist to create paintings that are on sale online virtually, for the benefit of the #feed2gether initiative. This is being carried out by the South African branch of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation in collaboration with the iPapa57 Feeding the Children program of the LOUIS57 Foundation -the foundation of South African golf champion Louis Oosthuizen-, which currently feeds between 460 and 480 children in 18 SmartStart Early Childhood Development (ECD) community centers in Mossel Bay, a port city in southern South Africa. The sale of these virtual canvases produced by Junaid Sénéchal-Senekal will raise funds to extend this feeding program to the western, eastern and northern regions of the Cape.
A portrait of Charlene precedes the 15 works
The mother of Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella unveiled the digital works offered in a strong original way. Fifteen in number and depicting stylized female bodies, these are indeed discovered via a video which begins with a portrait of Princess Charlene, signed by the same artist.