ENFTEE publishes a new NFT with Mok Ul Lee, a familiar artist seen in the elementary, middle, and high school textbooks
ENFTEE.COM, an NFT curation service run by TriumphX, has released Mok Ul Lee’s second NFT.
Mok Ul Lee is highly regarded in the U.S., Chinese, and Korean markets for his hyperrealism artworks. His works are also introduced in elementary, middle, and high school textbooks. Since 2010, he has lost sight of one eye, and since then he disclosed his flaws and boldly abandoned the hyperrealist style. Now, he is drawing a picture that can give happiness to people by using his unique, simple and naïve way of drawing. People can see the artists’ mind of “Life is Art” in his recent works.
The nickname he uses in ENFTEE is ‘Captain Smile’. The Smile Series, which will be released this time, will release two previous works and one new NFT; the two previous works with new motions will be re-released. It will be published in a total of 30 editions per piece and will also be introduced in NFT Marketplaces, Sole-X and OpenSea.
His NFT, which makes you happy just by looking at them, can be found on ENFTEE.COM and official Instagram (@enftee_official)