Weaving digital spaces with physical places, tradition and culture...
We are dedicated to building a Web3 concept aimed at providing First Nations & Indigenous Communities around the world with economic freedoms.
Our Green Tech Campus will set the standard for implementing truly sustainable technologies into everyday life.
We are dedicated to keeping Indigenous cultures & teachings alive, and bringing them into the Web3 space.
Education & Access
Furthering education of Indigenous Communities on harnessing the power of Web3 and NFTs.
A proof of concept Web3 project...
400 Drums is a campaign dedicated to supporting Indigenous Elders, artists, language speakers and tour operators to harness new online platforms to monetize their skills while sharing their teachings and stories.
Among all ancient cultures, are the common threads...
The 400 Drums project aspires to explore, contemplate, communicate and reflect these common threads such that we might dream a new future in balance with the earth and all relations once again.
Where Indigenous Arts & Culture
meet Web3 & NFTs
behind the drums
400 Drums is a series of NFTs derived from one-of-a-kind Indigenous drums, hand crafted by David Fierro of the Okanagan Nation.
They are hand-painted in Acrylic, with the paints designed by color theorist Tamara Goddard, who incorporates phosphorescence into the pigments for stunning effects with black lights. David Fierro creates each design on the face of the drums.
The drums are made with special care and Indigenous Protocols to ensure the vibrational medicine works with people to help them attune to higher states. Supporting emotional well-being, connection and fluid thinking.
Current Launch Roadmap
Current Mint List
The release of our first complete collection of 11,111 NFTs will be staggered across three launch events:
The Awakening [444 NFTs]
The Gathering [2,222 NFTs]
Final Launch [8,445 NFTs]
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Drum Maker / Lead Artist
Project Lead / Graphic Artist
400 Drums is championed by a team inspired to showcase Indigenous art as a living expression of culture.