Madonna collaborated with Beeple, the nonfungible token king, to develop a series of X-rated images depicting her fully naked and giving birth to butterflies, insects, and trees. The NFT collection, dubbed “Mother of Creation,” features a 3D model of Madonna’s vagina, which can be seen in cartoon form on the collection’s NSFW website, if your sexual kink is animated granny erotica.
“I wanted to study the concept of creation, not merely the way a kid enters the world through a woman’s vagina,” Madonna said in a statement, adding that “all pieces were conceived with a 3D scan.”
The first cartoon, titled “Mother of Nature,” depicts newly single Madge sitting on the ground with her legs spread, giving birth to a large tree — sure to spark the curiosity of fictosexuals.
The site claims that “in a frigid laboratory setting with no evidence of life, an opening gives way to a branch that turns into a complete bright tree.” “It defies gravity and causes flowers to flourish.” The tree may bend or even shatter, yet it will continue to grow and reproduce. Madonna’s new text appears in this piece.”
The second piece, “Mother of Evolution,” depicts the “Material Girl” giving birth to butterflies, which the artists describe as “one of nature’s most beautiful creatures, and a sign of optimism.”
“The butterflies are a metaphor for the paradox that the world is burning down in a post-apocalyptic scene, but there is still evidence of life,” the site reads. “We continue to give birth, no matter what destruction is going on, no matter what oppression we face. It relays the important message that if you are waiting for the world to be perfect or for your life to be perfect to create art, it will never happen. For our own survival in this chaotic, uncertain environment, we must do it.”
Madonna’s lady bits are prominently featured in yet another video, “Mother of Technology,” in which she births insects to symbolize “the way science can likewise give birth light into the world, but only if employed with the appropriate consciousness.”
“We are free to do whatever we choose, but there are repercussions.” “In the end, nature will triumph,” the artistic team declares.
Madonna and Beeple, whose real name is Mike Winkelmann, worked on the raunchy “Mother of Creation triptych” for years, according to the website, with the goal of “representing a different manner of birth in our contemporary world.”
“Proceeds from the sale will help three NGOs,” according to Madonna, including the Voices of Children Foundation, City of Joy, and Black Mama’s Bail Out, all of which are “dedicated on supporting women and children around the world.”