Since the dawn of the computer age, Hungarian-born fantasy and science-fiction illustrators Zoltán Boros and Gábor Szikszai have been painting their dreams on book covers and designing characters for well-known games on monitors and cardboard pieces. In early June, they will launch their spectacular “Girls, Robots, Dragons” nonfungible token (NFT) collection for their fanbase.

The names Boros and Szikszai may sound familiar to many, with them having illustrated a wide range of science fiction and fantasy games and books in the past 30 years.


In their younger years, they established their international careers in Budapest at a fantasy book publisher. Since then the two illustrators, currently based in the United States, have worked for some of the world's most famous game companies such as Blizzard and Niantic. They have drawn and painted card decks for Magic the Gathering, monsters for Diablo and illustrations for Dungeons and Dragons. Few know that many of the best-known graphics for World of Warcraft and Star Wars were created by them.

Now, they're setting out to conquer a new and unknown world. In the “Girls, Robots, Dragons” collection, they dazzle their fans with amazing digital detail, with some pieces already available to view at Visitors can also experience new possibilities NFT technology brings, and some of the collection’s dynamic NFT features can be tried out on the site, where important information about the upcoming release can be found.

Unique technology

Great artistic performance is one of the collection’s elements: NFT owners can also purchase original Boros and Szikszai paintings, numbered prints and ask the artists questions during online meetings.

Dynamic NFT technology is cutting-edge new — even its inventors are constantly experimenting with the possibilities., a Singapore-based platform offering cutting-edge NFT technology, is fostering opportunities for fans to connect more directly and personally with the artists. Founded by András Kristóf, the company entered the NFT market in 2021 with its innovative solutions under the name Initially, the company proved the demand for technology beyond JPG-swapping in the NFT market with its self-funded NFT collection and added unique features to demonstrate more possibilities. In its first year, the company worked with celebrities such as Mike Tyson, Steve Aoki, Dirty Robot and up-and-coming basketball player LaMelo Ball.

Kristóf believes NFT technology can help artists and celebrities speak directly to their fans. In turn, digital technology can help artworks reach creators directly, bypassing complicated channels that have existed until now.

The “Girls, Robots, Dragons” collection launches this month with these aims in mind.