David Goode is an artist of portrait and figurative sculptures from bronze who accepts Bitcoin payments in United Kingdom.
Born in Oxford in 1966, he grew up in the small Midlands town of Leek, Staffordshire, UK.
At the age of eighteen David began his studies at the Sir Henry Doulton School of Sculpture and at twenty-one he managed to become the youngest sculptor ever to be a portrait sculptor at the London Studios of Madame Tussauds.
Today David has his own company. His inspiration for work stretches back to a childhood fascination with myths and folklore, and of course he loves the works of famous English writer and author of “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy J.R.R. Tolkien.
David Goode has various works of wildlife animals and fairytale characters that could add something new to the comfort of your home and garden.
However, the sculptor’s interests go beyond the mythical with his recent decision to accept Bitcoin payments for his sculptures:
“For a brief trial period I will accept payment for my bronzes in bitcoins. I don't know whether this is a crazy thing to do or not but I am fascinated by the concept and the more people who are willing to accept it, the more interesting it will become. Let me know if you have bitcoins and fancy spending one or two on a bronze sculpture,” wrote David Goode. “The price will be set at the current exchange rate with a small discount as incentive to pay with bitcoin.”
For more information visit David Goode homepage.
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