Recently, a Bangladeshi artist named Sajol Hassan was selling his works on Fiverr for $25 to $50 to “award-winning artists.” A total of 60 pieces have been ordered since this initially started in May 2022.
NFT project founder not credited for her work
Sajol Hassan, an NFT creator, shared her piece of artwork on Instagram and Twitter, giving the impression that she was the author of these art pieces. She even started an NFT project called Spirit Gates that received $376k (281 ETH) in September 2022
She planned to ask Sajol for the sketches in order to make them seem more plausible and post them online and then went ahead to write on Twitter, “cooking up some.”
This communication was sent to her by Sajol, who also sent her the piece’s final draft.
Here is the Spirit Gate Twitter and OpenSea cover image. Sajol created the design once more.
She discusses an ongoing project in this passage. The sketches were really supplied to her earlier by Sajol. Additionally, Sajol produced the foundational model for the Spirit Gates NFT project. She got in touch with @jyxdi to inquire about this.
She asserts that he received credit on the website in October (a strange number of weeks after the project was launched?) she looked through the website archive but couldn’t find any proof of this.
Additionally, she claimed to have referenced Sajol in a Twitter conversation, but coincidentally, the Twitter conversation doesn’t appear to have been captured.
Sajol is not mentioned in the applications OpenSea, Twitter, or Discord. When she contacted Sajol, he claimed that he had requested credit a total of 4-5 times.
Jyothee was contacted, and she responded that he would soon be visible (we will see) one finds it unusual that she is sharing works of art that she didn’t make on her personal Instagram and Twitter.
A lot of people believe she wrote the comments if they read the ones. At the very least, purchasers of Spirit Gates’ artwork should receive a complete refund, and/or the true artist should receive just compensation.