HV

Hurler & Vaulter

Buy / Sell artwork safely


How does it work

1

Simply CONTACT to send your artwork and your provenance documents

2

H&V creates a SECURE DIGITAL TITLE of ownership for your artwork, and CUSTODY your property titles

3

GET YOUR OWN EXPO in the Gallery to show your artwork to the world

4

PROACTIVE SALE OF YOUR ARTWORK

Our agents sell your artwork among our selected customers

H&V helps artists sell their work, safely

H&V creates identities for your artwork, secured by the Blockchain, and sells it worldwide

Secure Title

H&V creates a secure digital chain of ownership for your valuable artwork

Record Provenance

H&V secures your provenance documents and collects attestations from experts stamped on the blockchain

Prove Authenticity

Easily share verified information with potential buyers to easily prove authenticity

Proactive sale of your artwork

H&V agents sell your artwork among selected customers

Contact now with Hurler & Vaulter

The Team

Nicolás Vega

Initiator, leaper & brainlinker

Ulises Gómez

Hacker

Álex Dantart

CBO
Blockchain Chef

Félix Tena

Cross-Pollinator

Market Booster
Open position

Build, fly, and accelerate

Would you like to run a global startup?

Are you a MacGyver and do not care what you put in front of you?

You do not have to be a technician, you do not have to be an artist, ..., but you love the idea of hacking the art market. You do not know about blockchain, but you would like to get into a startup that uses that technology to exponentiate itself

If you are a viking (and you know why the vikings came to Pamplona and kidnapped their king)

If you thrive in an international and growing environment

If you are one of those who like to give your all for and change the world

If you aspire to be CEO of a startup

Keep reading ...

We are looking for a person who wants to hack the international art market: a Market Booster

Profile
Focused on the clientIs a makerInternationalKnows the global art marketWants to put skin in the game for six monthsLean spirit + collaboration + generosity + slicing pie + MacGyver
What
Initial setupOptimize marketing strategy
Build

Market
What's happening in the art market?Who is selling what to whom and at what price?Analysis of products adjusted to country requirements
Regulation
Global regulatory landscapeLocal regulatory framework
Target market
Define a target market
Fly
>>>>

Accelerate
>>>>

Feeling free

Una historia de sentimientos y sentidos

By
Sara Zanigni



    BIO

    Sara Zanigni (1992, Castiglione delle Stiviere. Italia). Arquitecto.

    Actualmente reside en Zaragoza desde hace un año y medio. Aquí ha tenido su primera experiencia de trabajo como diseñadora gráfica, y donde ha realizado una exposición para la Biennale di Venezia.

    Durante su último año de universidad, descubrió el encanto de la gráfica, así lo reflejo en su proyecto de fin de carrera y en su primer trabajo profesional. De esta manera tomó consciencia de los conocimientos que tenía en herramientas técnicas.

    Viajó de Erasmus a Cracovia, donde empezó a realizar sus primeros collages, desde ese momento comenzó a seguir a diferentes artistas que lo practicaban. Artistas en los que se inspiró para la realización sus obras ...

    De esta manera comenzó su proceso creativo.

    TÉCNICA
    Collage digital y collage en papel.

    BIO

    Acaba sus estudios de Magisterio y se dedica a la docencia durante 15 años. De forma casual llega a sus manos una pluma ancha y lo que al principio sólo eran juegos y experimentaciones se convierten en pasión y verdadero motor de su vida. Ha participado en numerosos talleres de caligrafía impartidos por maestros como Ricardo Rousselot, Luca Barcellona o Máximo Polello sobre los que destaca la pasión que comparten por el mundo de las letras en su expresión más física.

    Comienza a trabajar con pequeños encargos de caligrafía hasta que en 2015 un encargo para Aragón Exterior lo lleva a plantearse la necesidad de completar su formación en este ámbito. Así pues, comienza a estudiar Diseño Gráfico en la Escuela de Arte de Zaragoza aunque lo finaliza en la Escuela de Arte de Huesca donde actualmente tiene su estudio.

    En 2018 trabaja junto a una fotógrafa (Leticia Piazuelo) en relación al libro “La lluvia amarilla” de Julio Llamazares, hablando del éxodo rural y de los sentimientos encontrados que esto genera a través de caligrafías en la piel que posteriormente son fotografiadas en lugares abandonados del Pirineo Oscense. Este trabajo fue seleccionado para una beca expositiva en el Espacio Portalet durante el mes de Agosto y Septiembre.

    Aunque en los primeros años compaginaba su trabajo en el ámbito deportivo con pequeños encargos y talleres de caligrafía, actualmente se centra en el diseño gráfico y topográfico, intentando recuperar métodos tradicionales de rotulación aplicados a la publicidad sin dejar a un lado esa necesidad de experimentar con las letras y con la ejecución de las obras aquí expuestas.

    The story of
    Hurler and Vaulter


    Hurler and Vaulter were two great friends, lovers of good wine, food and art. They had met many years ago by chance, in the best private club in the city. Over the years they gathered one of the best private art collections in the world.

    Being very old, they decided to do something so that their impressive collection would not be lost after their deaths. Tireless, they traveled all over the world looking for a solution and meeting wise people to help them. But the months passed and the frustration increased.

    One day, after many hours of traveling and exhausted, they entered a bar, asked for a bottle of wine and remembered good old stories together. The waitress, listened to them while drying the dishes. When Hurler asked for the bill, the girl told them that she was a programmer who worked at a major software company and that she had a great idea that could help them. Vaulter wrote the address of the hotel where they were staying and they agreed to meet the next day.

    In the morning, in the hotel lounge, when the young programmer told them how to help them with a great technology that would change everything, Hurler and Vaulter did not hesitate to hire the technologist to immediately start working.

    The great fortune that the two old friends had, allowed the programmer to form one of the best technological teams that has ever come together.

    One hot summer day, Hurler sailed out on his sailboat. A violent storm broke close to where an old fisherman last saw him. Vaulter never heard from him again, although someone said they saw Hurler drinking a glass of wine in a bar, others promise to have seen him lost walking around the city. Who knows.

    Although very sad for the disappearance of his friend, Vaulter continued to work hard along with his young technological friend and the great team.

    In a few months the work was finished. Vaulter met with the programmer and proposed to launch a company that would help artists from all over the world guard and sell their artworks with unbreakable security.

    This website, hurlervaulter.xyz, you are visiting now, is the company that Vaulter and their amazing friend have left for humanity.

    Vaulter and me, satisfied and proud, opened one last bottle of wine and celebrated forever.

    —The girl at the bar

    hurl
    transitive verb
    1 : to send or thrust with great vigor

    vault
    intransitive verb
    1 : to leap vigorously
    especially : to execute a leap using the hands or a pole