HOW TO BE PUNK IN WEB3

The Bull Oorijzer XXorie, WHOLE collection by The Fabricant

Progress doesn’t come from people pleasing

The black hoodies of the Web3 crowd might lack the visual punch of the early punk scene, but there’s a similar call to arms: A decentralised and permissionless internet powered by blockchain, that places community and identity front and centre.

Do whatever it takes:

There are plenty of ways to cut corners on digital craft but it’s not what we do. Creative integrity matters to us. We were founded by creators and we believe in pushing boundaries on 3D craftsmanship to demonstrate what’s possible. We’re never going to settle for less.

Take the visual road less travelled:

We could keep it simple and be pretty pretty, but we’re committed to creating a digital fashion space where it’s ok to embrace your ugly and celebrate your weird. It’s risky to create aesthetics that challenge or provoke, and our dark deserves as much room as our light. Identity exploration should take many forms.

Remember it’s not all about you:

No one gets to own a cultural revolution. Everything we’ve ever done has been about creating something bigger than ourselves — nothing is a success unless we’ve elevated and enabled the creators around us. Collabs and shared wins are how we’ll co-create our story. The future belongs to us all.

Be uncompromisingly early:

Is earliness a punk flex? We think it is. It takes courage to make something happen while everyone else waits to see if you take a hit.

  • We were too early 4 years ago with the concept of a digital-only fashion house.
  • We were too early in 2019 selling the first digital fashion garment on blockchain.
  • We’re still too early right now building The Fabricant Studio, our collaborative creation platform that allows anyone to co-create NFT garments, when everyone else in the space is chasing the low hanging fruit of PFP projects.

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The Fabricant

The Fabricant

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Digital Fashion House, wasting nothing but data and exploiting nothing but imagination