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Famed Brit photographer Platon’s NFTs have stars in their eyes

British photographer Platon has been known for taking close-up photos of leaders around the world. Now, Platon uses NFT photographs of the human iris as a way to demonstrate how people can be reduced to a singular but unique image. One self-portrait was even done by Platon of his own eye, but if the image is placed in an iris lineup, it would be impossible for him to distinguish his from any other.

Platon says that he uses only one name, Prince.

Images from Eye Love You II and Eye Hate You II (Source LGND)

Photojournalist to the stars

Platon’s portrait of Muhammad Ali (Supplied)
Edward Snowden captured by Platon (Supplied).

Rewind to the beginning

Presidential suite

Esquire and Halle Berry recreated the Bill Clinton cover because it was so famous. (Source: Esquire)

Putin and the Beatles

Time’s 2007 Person of the Year cover as shot by Platon (Source: Time.com)

Pussy Riot NFT

Harvey: The problem

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.