Kunć and

Turusu means "great" in the language of the Tupi Indians and Kunć means "woman". They are two young Indians who appear in three collections of NFTs whose setting is the Amazon Rainforest.

The Turusś project was conceived and developed by Joćo Hélios Figueiredo in partnership with the Brazilian artist Joćo Miranda. There are three collections (The Forest, The River and The Village) with an offer of 10,000 NFTs in each collection available for purchase on the OpenSea platform.

The objective of these three collections is to make people involved with technology, mostly young people, aware of the importance of preserving forests, because even if they are far away, living in big cities, young people may suffer in the future the consequences of not preserving themselves the Amazon today.

Part of the royalties received from sales of NFTs will be shared with organizations in defense of indigenous peoples and the Amazon.


The Team

Executive Director: Joćo Hélios Figueiredo Silva.

Retired from Petrobras where he spent more than three decades working in the company's operational area.

Artistic Director: Joćo Miranda.

Brazilian plastic artist since 2001 whose works have been exhibited at the Brazilian Museum of Sculpture (MUBE), Sćo Paulo Museum of Modern Art (MAM) and the British School of Arts (EBAC). A talented painter, his paintings draw attention to the lines inspired by Van Gogh. His paintings are acquired by collectors in North, South America, Europe and Asia. In 2021 he delved into the universe of digital art and NFTs.

Joćo Miranda's contacts: E-Mail | Instagram  |  Twitter  |  Artstation  |  Deviantart

Development Team: NFTrend Brazil