Art film was created as an homage to Danish-Norwegian sculptor Stephan Sinding and his work «Adoration» made in 1910. Duration of 40 seconds, including soundtrack.

This film was inspired by my wife and art work created by sculptor Stephan Sinding "Adoration". It reveals and uncovers some deeper veils of passion that a man may contain inside and feel towards a woman. The original sculpture is showing a man bowed down in front of a calmly sitting woman, his lips are gently touching her legs. She is not showing any superiority but at the same time looking self-confident and grateful.

I've put this sculpture composition to a mountain landscape during sunset. It's a giant size and made of old rocks, it looks like being made by a human and the nature together. Bird flocks flying by and a bunch of pine trees are to maintain the scale of the composition. On top of the woman's head there is a nest with a stork bird it is symbolising woman's ability to bring new generations of people to the world.

Art film is tokenised in a limited amount of copies. It's intended to be a personal gift to a chosen woman or a man showing passion and adoration to a unique person.

Stephan Abel Sinding (1846 – 1922) was born in Norway. He created a number of sculptures, among others Mother in Captivity, which won him the Grand Prix at the Exposition Universelle (1889), Adoration (1910), and Young woman at her husband's body. Many of Sinding's sculptures are credited to realism, but many considered much more in the style of Symbolism. An example of his symbolic work is his sculpture Valkyrjen, a bronze cast of which stands in Churchill Park in Copenhagen.

Still frames, wireframe and additional renders
NFT ownership package includes:

Video file with soundtrack and end credits (Full HD, Apple Prores 4444, Quicktime, PCM 48kHz)
Video file with soundtrack and end credits (UltraHD, Apple Prores 4444, Quicktime, PCM 48kHz)
Video file with soundtrack without end credits (FullHD, Apple Prores 4444, Quicktime, PCM 48kHz)
Video file with soundtrack without end credits (Ultra HD, Apple Prores 4444, Quicktime, PCM 48kHz)
Blender 3d file with textures bundle (Version 2.9)
About the Artist
Anton Sakara
Anton Sakara is a multimedia artist focused on motion design since 1998.

He started as a motion designer creating ads and broadcast packagings for tv channels. From 2001 till 2008 he worked as art director of MTV Russia in close collaboration with MTV Central Europe, London where he worked in 2002 at the Channel Promo Department. In 2008 he founded multimedia production company Raketamedia with show director Andrei Boltenko.


MTV Russia Music Awards 2004—2008, MTV Movie Awards 2005—2007, Eurovision 2009 in Moscow, World Expo 2010 in Shanghai, Closing Ceremony for the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Opening Ceremony for the Winter Olympics 2014 in Sochi, Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the World Expo 2017 in Astana, RU-TV Music Awards 2015-2019, Saudi Aramco opening show for IKTVA 2020. Music Tours and concerts for Niletto, A-Studio, Lube, Ivanushki Intermational, Slava, Shakira, Iowa, Gutsiriev, Leps, Meladze, Drobysh and more.

Festivals, press publications, lectures:

Place Project by Vasava 2004 (book), Stash Magazine 2005 (dvd), On Air: The Visual Messages and Global Language of MTV (book), Digital Creative Arts Magazine 2005 (featured), Moscow Style 2005 (book), Stash Magazine 2006 (dvd), Hacker Magazine 2005 (featured), Growth Project by iamtatic 2006 (featured), Wallpaper Magaizine 2006 (featured), DIA (Design Innovation Awards) 2006 (participant), Big Mag Magazine 2007 (interview), Theory and Practice Moscow 2009 (lecture), Shtabkvartira Magazine 2008 (interview), DIF Magazine 2008 (featured), IBC Expo Amsterdam 2009 (lecture), TEFI Awards 2009 (winner), AwnTV 2010 by Animation World Network (featured), Onedotzero 2010 (featured), Ottawa International Animation Festival 2010 (participant), Mundos Digitales Spain 2010 (participant), Cyber Brothers Moscow 2010 (participant), Designers' Identities (book), MIGZ Motion Festival 2010 (participant), Festival of Light Moscow 2014—2019 (lecturer), CG Event 2009—2019 (lecturer)
Luzhnetskaya nab. 2/4, build 16, Entrance 1, Room 307
Moscow, Russia