The project Ether has brought over 10,000 different anime characters to the digital world. With references to Japanese anime, very strong and unique traits are seen in Ether arts. The promise is that, right from the start, there will be many characters with unique and striking characteristics. And there’s a surprise in those 10,000. Among them, there’s five super rare and specific anime characters. With these special ones, the person will be a part of the project’s entire lifeline, including the future anime that are planned to be made.
Animes have become more and more popular. Even tho their origin is from Japan pop culture, the productions have conquer people all over the world. This project in specific has grown in the last couple months and the demand for anime art in the most diverse ways had an abundant growth too.
Big companies have invested in this universe with anime productions, seeking to attract young people, as it is a very popular subject among them. The global anime market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of more than 9% until 2030, according to the Grand View Research.
It all began as a simple art project, but the founder and the artist, VIII, wanted to give a purpose to his creation. So, to try to honor that, the project provides a percentage of funds towards a charity or event to help communities follow their own ideas. Also, Project Ether promise to plant a tree everytime someone gets a piece of it. Project Ether was created to help as many people as possible and make a difference in the world, as VIII himself said.
VIII is a digital artist known for his anime style artwork as-well for the fact that he helps a lot of individuals on social media with his donations. He is the founder and the head behind the new project Ether.
VIII also doesn’t get frightened by the competition on the market. “I think there’s enough space in our giant metaverse for multiple projects to flourish, I feel like the space focuses so much on competing with each-other rather than helping each-other build up, which would speed things up even more and add even more value in my opinion,” says VIII.