The Artman

Art and Tech professional

Artmen are our 3D scan operators, craftsmen of technology who cares about assets using the most cutting-edge techniques. Through them, art can survive over time and become widely accessible. The Artman is a professional figure created by AerariumChain in the making, which will bring new skillsets in the industry enhancing the potential of other experts. We choose qualified specialists with a high mission: ensuring the art will survive to perpetuate our legacy.

They use the most advanced technologies to make art accessible for anyone through the metaverse and the NFT marketplace, thereby preserving the artistic heritage of museums, collectors and individuals.

Our Artmen are endowed with advanced scanning toolkits capable of generating accurate virtual copies of artworks at very high resolution. As a result, even the slightest changes in the artwork and its degradation over time can be monitored. We also provide scanning tools to museums eager to include the Artman figure among their staff: in this case, we take care of the training and certification of new Artmen.

AerariumChain goal is to create new skilled figures in the art field combining technologies and knowledge from different fields. By creating new opportunities for all the specialists involved, especially younger generations that presently have no access to work in the art field, we will grant continuity to our mission to preserve art for future generations.

Check out the video below! See how our ARTMEN work!

How it works


Artmen make a sharp and reliable 3D scan of the asset down to the smallest details of its surface

Creating UVI

By scanning, the Artman creates a unique 3D virtual image of the piece. Generating a digital fingerprint that captures the artwork’s identity and all its past experiences.


Within several months, the piece is carefully checked, and restorers then compare it with the unique virtual image created after the first scan


A second scan will check the artwork’s intergrity and state of conservation over time

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