This page contains an overview of NFT wallets and platforms used by Jos Vromans, as well as a selection of notable collections. But first a few links to resources that explain NFTs and crypto art.

What are NFT's?

This excellent article by Matt DesLauriers gives a broad overview of the “crypto art” space, including the use of “Non-Fungible Tokens” (NFTs) as a digital art distribution mechanism

Dan Catt made these two YouTube video explainers:
What is generative art? Plus, NFTs & the blockchain.
What is Long-Form Generative Art?

Official links to all NFT collections by Jos Vromans

ETH logo On-chain art by Jos Vromans
ETH logo ArtBlocks
ETH logo
ETH logo (now self hosted)
TEZ logo FXHash
TEZ logo TEIA / Hic et Nunc (HEN)
MATIC logo Meraki
ETH logo Foundation

Original work by Jos Vromans is only created by the wallets: vromance.eth / vromance.tez
(Links to Etherscan / TzKT), or through one of the above platforms.
Here is a link to the OpenSea profile for this Ethereum wallet.

A few selected collections are described below. The work section on this website contains more information about selected works.


Jos Vromans | Artwork | Layers mint 2 and 13
Layers mint #2 and mint #13 (click on the mint number to go to the live view)

Layers is a collection of up to 144 mints, released on, one of the first open platforms on Ethereum. Mints are still available for 0.1 eth here! It is recommended to watch the live view of the mints in your browser, to watch how the code will draw the artwork pixel by pixel.


Attraction was published on ArtBlocks on December 17th, 2021.

Jos Vromans | Artwork | Attraction Mint 424
Attraction mint #424. (watch live view)

All 444 unique variations have been minted. The collection can be seen on the official ArtBlocks website and secondary purchases are possible through OpenSea.

All artworks are generated from 3327 bytes of pure JavaScript code, which is on chain.


Jos Vromans | Artwork | Astratta Mint 1 and 9
Astratta mint #001 and #009.

Astratta was published on on November 19th, 2021 and all 500 unique variations have been minted. Secondary purchases are possible through OpenSea.

All artworks are generated from pure JavaScript code, which is uploaded on chain here.

Triangle Subdivisions

Triangle Subdivisions is a showcase how little code can generate a lot of variation. Only 638 bytes of JavaScript are needed to generate the entire collection of 638 unique artworks. The code is pinned on IPFS, and the collection can be seen here.

Jos Vromans | Artwork | 9 variations of Triangle Subdivisions 9 unique variations of Triangle Subdivisions
Jos Vromans | Artwork | The code needed to generate all 638 variations
The 638 characters of JavaScript code that generated all 638 unique artworks.

I made this page to display all the 638 variations, ordered by their 'subdivision strategy', so they are grouped together.
As a bonus, you can add any mint number to that url, to tile the entire page with the same artwork. Example for mint #53.

Charity donations

The following donations were made from my Ethereum wallet. Clicking on the amount will link to the transaction on Etherscan.

1.0 ETH to COTAP to offset carbon (via The Giving Block)
0.5 ETH to The Rainforest Foundation
0.5 ETH to Coral Restoration Foundation (via The Giving Block)
1.0 ETH to The Ocean Cleanup

Two of my artworks 'Astratta for Ukraine' have been auctioned for a total of 0.205 ETH, with all the proceeds going to Unchain Fund, to support Ukraine with humanitarian aid. This auction has been initiated by and the collection can be seen here.
The total proceeds of the auction for this entire collection are transferred in this transaction.