David Chaum - The technical roots of Cypherpunk ideas on topics such as anonymous digital cash and pseudonymous reputation systems, described in his paper "Security without Identification: Transaction Systems to Make Big Brother Obsolete" (1985).
from the CYPHERPUNKS OF THE WORLD series
A tribute to the people who defined cypherpunk, described the idea and wrote the code.
Thirty years after, eleven creators of idea and code are putting on masks again, the same masks as in Wired magazine, May 1993. However, this time the masks take the form of raw painted profiles of the eleven individual faces. Satoshi Nakamoto, the king, who left only his imprint in the code, with his eyes open. On both sides, the creators and ideological founders of cypherpunk, dreaming of digital freedom with their eyes closed.
The title of the series is based on an introduction in which Timothy C. May presents the readers of the Cypherpunks mailing list with the text of The Crypto anarchist manifesto.
Printmaking: Silk-screen Print
Edition of: 21 copies
Print: 3 colours, acrylic
Format: 100 x 70 cm / 39,3 x27,5 inches
Paper: 230g Rainbow Creme
Signed and numbered
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Satoshi, Tim and Hal, three motifs from the Cypherpunks Of The World series are printed,
but I am still opening the entire series for sale,
because we know that Reputations will be of central importance
The entire Cypherpunks Of The World series will be silk-screen printed during July.
I will send out all orders at once on August 1st.
Printing 21 copies of each motif,
numbers 1, 2, 3 and 11 to 20 are for sale,
I store the number 21 in the archive
and I leave the numbers 4 to 10 for the future.
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