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We use NFTs so that you truly own your Fan Art - Learn more in the FAQs

How it works

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Collect Art

Selected artworks are officially endorsed by Tom himself and shared with other fans as collectible NFTs.

Submit Art

Are you a mega fan with the skills of the arts? Submit your best Tom Felton Fan Art for your chance to be selected and endorsed.

Support Causes

A digitally signed 1-of-1 of selected artworks will be put up for auction, sharing the proceeds with the artist and a charity.

Collect Limited Edition Fan Art

Selected Artworks are released to Fans for FREE through regular drops shared on Tom's social channels.

Artworks are only released in limited quantities, so act fast!

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Submit your Fan Art

Do you have a painting, illustration, video or other piece of Fan Art you'd like shared with the community?

It's as simple as uploading an image or video - Submissions go directly to Tom!

Submit an Artwork
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Help Tom Support Good Causes

Signed 1-of-1 artworks are auctioned, with proceeds split between the artist and a charity


Can't find what you're looking for?

Log in and click Support in the menu to speak with Tom's team

[fa icon="plus-square"]What is an NFT?

A Non-Fungible Token (NFT) is a special type of cryptographic token which represents something unique.

Unlike fungible cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, and many network or utility tokens, NFTs are not interchangeable.

NFTs can be traded on digital asset marketplaces, like OpenSea.

Some examples of items that may be tokenized as NFTs include:

  1. A collectible artwork
  2. A sword or shield in a game
  3. A unique piece of content, like a photo or song
  4. An offer from a brand or community

Learn more about NFTs in NFT.NYC's 101 Guide [LINK]

[fa icon="plus-square"]I don't have a wallet - Can I still collect Fan Art?
Fan Art can be claimed using only your email, name and phone number.
A free wallet is created for you on signup which holds your Fan Art.
Already have a wallet? 
Fan Art can be claimed using third-party wallets, like MetaMask or Portis.
[fa icon="plus-square"]I'm an artist - What kind of Fan Art can I submit?

The Fan Art platform supports images, videos and animated GIFs.

To increase your chances of being selected and endorsed by Tom:

  1. Make it unique!
    Only submit original artworks of which you were the creator.

  2. Keep it G-Rated
    This is a place for Fans of all ages!

  3. Ensure you provide high resolution images
    Images or videos that are low-resolution (or "pixelated") are less likely to be selected.

Click here to submit your Fan Art [LINK]

[fa icon="plus-square"]I submitted my Fan Art to Tom - What happens next?

Go team!

Tom and his team are notified ever time a submission is received.

New artworks are selected weekly to be endorsed and shared with the community.

If your artwork is not selected immediately, don't worry! We will notify you if you're chosen!

If your artwork is selected for a 1-of-1 signed auction, Tom and his team will contact you to gather any additional information (including where to send the proceeds of the auction!).

[fa icon="plus-square"]I don't like the Fan Art I received - What can I do?

Trade with friends!

If you have a piece of Fan Art that doesn't interest you, you may choose to:

  1. Give it to a friend - Send via SMS, email or directly to their username
  2. Sell or Auction it in the Marketplace
  3. Sell it on OpenSea - The largest marketplace for crypto collectibles
  4. Offer it as a trade for another artwork you love!
[fa icon="plus-square"]Can I sell the Fan Art I have collected?


Your Fan Art belongs to YOU and can be sold:

  1. In the on-platform Marketplace
  2. On OpenSea - The largest marketplace for crypto collectibles
[fa icon="plus-square"]Do I need to pay Gas to claim Fan Art?

Transactions on most blockchain networks incur a fee, commonly referred to as "Gas". This fee rewards the activity of the different nodes in the network for confirming your transaction.

Transactions using Ethereum mainnet incur Gas charges.

Transactions using the application's default Fan Art Wallet (on the Polygon blockchain network) do not incur any Gas charges.

Whenever a Gas fee is charged, it is displayed in the application, so there are no surprises!

[fa icon="plus-square"]Do I need ETH to claim or share Fan Art?


The Fan Art platform is powered by NFT.Kred, who provide all users with a default, free wallet on signup.

By default, your Fan Art is on the Polygon blockchain network and does not incur any Gas charges. You do not need any ETH to claim or trade your Fan Art on Polygon.

If you choose to transact using the Ethereum mainnet, Gas charges may be incurred for any transaction, payable in ETH.

[fa icon="plus-square"]Someone requested my Fan Art - What should I do?


When someone requests your Fan Art, you can choose to:

  1. GIVE it to them at no charge - Like a gift!
  2. SELL it to them, naming a price
  3. Do nothing - You are not obliged to give or sell your Fan Art!
[fa icon="plus-square"]How can I engage with other Fans?

The Fan Art platform is designed for fan engagement.

Browse the Explore tab to see who has Fan Art that interests you, and:

  1. Like it
  2. Leave a comment
  3. Send the owner a connection request


[fa icon="plus-square"]Who developed the Fan Art platform for Tom Felton?

The Fan Art platform was developed by NFT.Kred - The leader in custom NFTs.

NFT.Kred helps individuals, brands and communities create actionable Non-Fungible Tokens with their digital assets.

Learn more about NFT.Kred here.

Ready to dive in? Start Collecting!