#Find out more about the creative process behind the Digital Ninots! The Spanish beer company Mahou has decided to make Fallas history by inviting three pairs of creators to design the first digital ninots that will become an NFT (Non-fungible token). The artist; Nuria Bellver and Raquel Fanjul, illustrators of Cachetejack; Miguel Hache and Marina Puche, fallero artists; Siddharth Gautam Singh and Fito Conesa, digital creators, will form a panel on March 3 at 18:30pm at la Cafetería Moments – Beneficència (Calle Corona 36).

This meeting is an opportunity for the attendees to learn more about the inspiration and process for creating the digital ninots with the theme of  “El encuentro en Fallas”. And just like with the traditional ninots, only one can be pardoned and saved to become the first NFT. The public has until March 10 to vote on the website www.mahou.es/nos-encontramos-en-fallas.

The meeting on March 3 will be moderated by the gallerist Ismael Chappaz, head of the gallery House Of Chappaz. The entrance to the event is free but you need to get there before the venue is at full capacity.

To make things even better, those attending will receive the new special edition Mahou Fallas!

Between March 11, 12, and 13 the event Casal Cinco Estrellas will take place in el Palacio de Malferit, in the heart of El Carmen. The motto of the event is “Fallas are more Fallas when we meet each other” therefore this is the perfect place to meet others to enjoy live music, good food, and even better beer. This is also the place where the first NFT Ninot will be revealed on March 12.

More information at www.mahou.es/nos-encontramos-en-fallas.

 Report by Nicole Maka-Sprawa

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