F.99 manifesto


Impact initiative for art and social good.

Bringing together artists, collectors, curators and charities to make an impact towards global issues.

Join a global shared space dedicated to shifting the art world from being about money to focusing on impact.

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Bid, Win and Help Humanity

What is the impact initiative? 

An open call employing art in service to humanity. Inviting artists, collectors, charities and curators to participate as a community to make an impact together towards social, political, economical and environmental issues like never before.

How it works



Respond to Open Call

Set up your wallet

Add 1-5 artworks

Choose your charity

Add charity percentage

Certify artworks (COA)

List artwork for sale

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Respond to Open Call

Set up your wallet

Confirm bidding range

Choose your charity

Add charity percentage

Share collection story

Bid on artworks

Respond to Open Call

Add issue area(s)

Meet exhibition criteria

Confirm judging range

Share impact story

Submit proposal (option) 

Bid on exhibiting artworks

Respond to Open Call

Set up your wallet

Share impact story

Tag issue area(s)

Add funding goal

Add charity to directory

Share registered # 

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Notable Issues


Front: David Hockney’s ‘Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures), 1972 and Back: Faith Ringgold American People Series #9 The American Dream, 1964.


Front: Syrian artist Abdalla Al Omari 'Donald', 2016 and Back: Ana Maria Pacheco, 'The Longest Journey I', 1987. 


Front: Ukrainian artist Dariya Marchenko 'The Face of War' from bullet shells, 2015 and BackKerry James Marshall, "Portrait of Nat Turner with the Head of his Master", 2011.


FrontIqbal Masih 'Child Hero Martyr,'  MZIRAY Collection, 2022 and Back: Soil And Bread print by Mohammadreza Momeni, 2015. 


Front: Edvard Munch 'The Scream' 1893 and Back: Tracey Emin “My Bed” 1998.


FrontSouth African artist, Ayanda Mabulu 'We Can't Breathe', 2015 and Back: Jean-Michel Basquiat, 'La Hara', 1981. 

Create Your Own Category

Front: The Raft by Armando Mariño, 2010.

What issues do you care to impact?

We believe that a key reason why societies fail to achieve progress is that we do not make enough use of existing research and data. Important knowledge is all over the internet, often right in front of us or stored in inaccessible databases, locked away behind paywalls and buried under jargon in academic papers.Therefore, our work is focused on producing free and open data as a resource for education that helps bring people to knowledge of the big problems we’re facing. 

Our map will be accessible and understandable. Highlighting notable global issues that artists, collectors and curators can choose from on our platform.

F.99 stands for FREE.99 which originally is street terminology for something that is free but of value. We took this word out of the street and gave it a more philosophical meaning. 

A meaning that now exists as the cost for freedom of expression.

Stay free with us.