In economics a fungible asset is something with units that can be readily  interchanged - like money. With money you can swap $10 note for two $5 notes and it will have the same value.

NFT stands for NON FUNGIBLE TOKEN. Its generally built using the same kind of programming as cryptocurrency like Bitcoin, but that’s where the similarity ends. Physical money and cryptocurrencies are fungible, meaning they can be exchanged or traded for one another. NFTs are not mutually interchangeable, hence not fungible. While all bitcoins are equal, each NFT may represent a different underlying asset and thus have a different value.

Thus an NFT is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger (blockchain) which can be sold and traded. The NFT can be associated with a particular digital or physical asset (such as a file or a physical object) and a license to use the asset for a specified purpose. NFTs (and the associated license to use, copy or display the underlying asset) can be traded and sold on digital markets. This cryptographic transaction process ensures the authentication of each digital file by providing a digital signature that is used to track NFT ownership.

These NFT’s have been created to continue the funding of Wildlife Limited, a wildlife documentary company based in the UK. The company produced Walking With Elephants and is currently working on Donkeys, a documentary about the Chinese skin-trade. Wildlife is also partnered with International Animal Rescue to film bear and marine life rescue.s.






RELEASE DATE: 1st November 2021

We have created 1000 NFT’s from 100 x 10 images for our first series of Soldiers in Uniform. They are currently only available on Opensea.

RELEASE DATE: 3rd November 2021

A collection by Deevee Net that presents the evolving of Soldiers in Uniform over a period of a four hundred years. The 1st Series of 50 is focused on the uniforms of the British Empire. The variety of style, colour and opulence is testimony to the global presence of a former military power.  From Australia to South Africa, Canada to India, these soldiers in uniform were a daily feature of the empire’s presence and its rule of law. Perhaps seen by many as representing oppression rather than security, these uniforms were worn by the indigenous soldiers who signed up to serve as peace keepers in their own countries. As such, Soldiers in Uniform form part of the history of each of these former colonies that are now nations in their own right..



We have created 1000 NFT’s for our first series of 100 x 10 images of Calendar Girls. They are only available on Opensea at this time.


RELEASE DATE: 5th November 2021

In 1930s to 1960s USA, calendars were printed to advertise the goods and services of companies. Salesmen would give copies to their clients to the extent that most of the businesses in America would have one of these calendars on their walls. After the Second World War, the confidence of the victorious American nation was exhibited in an explosion of this calendar art. It epitomised the the feel good factor that now we can view in retrospect as the high point of American culture. Calendar Girls is a collection of this art, this culture, and reflects upon the ideal that better times had arrived, or at least were just around the corner.





We have created 500 NFT’s from 100 five second animated African elephant clips. They are currently only available on Opensea.


Calendar Link Calendar Link Calendar Link RELEASE DATE: 11th November 2021

Movie Stars have been in the making for more than one hundred years. Before the coming of film, famous actors were celebrated stage performers that toured the world. With the arrival and the mass appeal of cinema, the actors never had to leave Hollywood to be recognised the world over. These early icons of the screen were the richest artists the world had ever created. They were idolised and worshipped like gods. Now, in the 21st century, these forgotten idols are no longer with us. However, two generations ago, everyone of our Movie Stars was a household name.




RELEASE DATE: 10th November 2021

Children of the World is a collection of youngsters in their national dress. While many of the countries that are represented in the collection may have changed or moved with the times, the clothes they wear are still part of the national consciousness of each of the countries represented. Unfortunately we cannot cover the whole world in fifty images, but the choices we have made are representative of the amazing diversity of culture that exists. While the images are from the 20th century, we like to think that similar faces to the children represented can still be readily discovered  in our own century.




We have created 250 NFT’s for our first series of 50 x 5 images of children from many nations. They are only available on Opensea at this time.


We have created 500 NFT’s of 50 x 10 images of this first series of Movie Stars. They are only available on Opensea at this time.


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