Victoria Unikel, author of the gothic political NFT Exorcist, is continuing to fight for justice. Her superhero Exorcist launched on February 22 on KnownOrigin platform. After fighting with zombies and getting her rewards – a magic ring and an Angel cohort, she finally discovered what her true goal is. Her mission now to destroy the demons in the Russian Kremlin.
Victoria’s NFT art is very different from most. Comic-styled panels are brought to life by her with animated motion and a darkwave soundtrack. Lightning and thunder, tornadoes, and darkness, all make this story very unique in the NFT art world. Its not only one panel, but it’s also the story of a superhero using her superpowers against all dark forces on the planet. The soundtrack is filled with special sounds that affect one’s subconsciousness and elevate it to a higher level.
Back to the story, we can see a parallel between fantasy and reality. Her last NFT panel number 1.13, “Kremlin, possessed by demons”, explores a view of Kremlin with smoke and rain. “Red Square, Moscow – a land of the damned, ravaged by demons” description made and minted on April 8, followed immediately by the news about the sinking of the ship Moskva by the Ukrainian forces on April 13, the same date as the panel was released. Maybe it’s just a coincidence, and maybe not. Art imitates life once again, and maybe this time it even predicted what would happen in the real world.
We are continuing to follow this story to see what will happened with Exorcist, and probably with our reality, next.
photo credit: Natalie Svors