by Brian Ziff

Bidding Starts Monday 3/22 @ 3PM PST
Auction Concludes Wednesday 3/24 @ 9PM PST

Brian Ziff presents the six part NFT series, “Rite of Spring.”

In this haunting collection, we watch as the new season emerges from the death of the last; nectar flows, hummingbirds suckle and flowers bloom as the cold, hapless body of Winter succumbs to the verdant inevitability of Spring.  

Each tableau is first photographed in individual pieces, composited together, set to its own six second passage of a micro-symphony, and then animated frame by frame, creating a moment forever in limbo as nature’s yearning tendrils thread the darkness under the trance of a soft, crisp breeze.  They exist in the liminal space between seasons, between death and rebirth, between the organic and the synthetic; perpetually frozen within the confines of the loop. 

What's on Auction

Rite of Spring Complete AR NFT Set

The complete set of 6 signed 24″ x 24″ framed artist prints from the Rite of Spring Collection with 6 exclusive print specific augmented reality art pieces attached to the physical art pieces.

Collectors purchasing this collection will also receive 3 unique AR art pieces commemorating the collection and the opportunity to partake in a Zoom call with Brian to learn more about his creative process.

Rite of Spring Invidual Prints & Augmented Reality NFT

Also on auction are 6 individual Rite of Spring artist prints. Each 24″ x 24″ artist print is signed and framed by Brian Ziff and also triggers an augmented reality NFT. These AR NFT’s can be resold in the Illust Space secondary market.

“Wasted Youth”



“Foreign Bodies”

“Morning Dew”

“Sweet Surrender”

About Brian Ziff

Brian Ziff is a Los Angeles and New York based musician turned photographer and digital artist.  Known for creating complex, narrative-rich imagery combining a variety of mediums within his art, he plies his trade creating album packaging for major record labels, shooting cosmetics campaigns, and producing genre-bending fashion editorials.  His particular idiosyncratic style has seen this work extend to a client list that includes Halsey, Steve Aoki, Shawn Mendes, Jessie J, PAPER Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Playboy, Interview, Numéro, Stella McCartney, Puma, L’Oréal and others. 

When not attempting to negotiate the razor thin line between art and commerce within the ever-shifting confines of our entropic society, he can usually be found in LA playing piano for his cat Trouble.

Photographic prints available at Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles

Crafted by Illust Creative Partners, Inc.