When Tjo started out as a photographer, taking photos for fun 6 years ago with his father's old Fujifilm camera, he didn't yet consider himself an artist. Now, he's not only an artist, but also the creator of a movement.
Tjo's 1/1 piece "BLeU" is currently the hottest topic of conversation surrounding NFT Twitter. It has also led to hundreds of different pieces of art produced from the original.
Tjo's NFTs are CC0. That means he has "dedicated the work to the public domain by waiving all of his rights to the work worldwide under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights, to the extent allowed by law." When releasing an NFT under Creative Commons licensing (CC0), everyone is able to use the NFT artwork for any reason they like, including business.