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Ghozali Everyday

Ghozali Everyday is an Indonesian student who is known for clicking selfies every day for five years from 2017 to 2021 and selling them on the NFT marketplace OpenSea in January 2022.


Sultan Gustaf Al Ghozali [1]Kompas was born in 2000 (age 22 years; as of 2022) in Semarang, Indonesia. He completed his schooling at the Vocational High School, Semarang. He attended the Dian Nuswantoro University (Udinus), Semarang to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in computer science, D-4 Animation Study Program. [2]News Fox 24

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 5″

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Black

Ghozali Everyday


Parents & Siblings

Ghozali’s father’s name is Heru Kamdani, and his mother’s name is Erna Setyawati. He has two brothers.


He is unmarried.


  • He clicked selfies for five years from 2017 when he was eighteen years old to 2021 when he turned twenty-one.

    A collage of Ghozali's images of last five years

    A collage of Ghozali’s images of the last five years

  • In an interview, he revealed that he used to click selfies every day for a college project that he had to submit. He tweeted about this and said,

  • He had a collection with the name ‘Ghozali Everyday’ on the OpenSea platform where there were 933 images of Ghozali in the collection. The images showed Ghozali standing without any expressions in front of his camera.

    Ghozali's profile on OpenSea

    Ghozali’s profile on OpenSea

  • On 9 January 2022, he made the collection and the price of each photo was $3.
  • The Indonesian chef Arnold Poernomo tweeted about Ghozali and brought him into the limelight.

In an interview, he talked about Ghozali and said,

We have a dedicated discord for Ghozali and also newcomers or anyone who want to jump into the space. This discord we’ll dedicate to help and guide people who want to learn about NFT and the space.”

  • The NFT marketplace data showed that on the OpenSea platform, Ghozali came in the list of the top 40. In just three days after the sale started, Ghozali’s collection helped the OpenSea platform to grow its volume.
  • On 12 January 2022, in one of the tweets he said that only 331 photos out of 933 of his collection were left to be sold.

  • In 2022, he combined all his photos into a video and posted it on YouTube.
  • In an interview, he requested his buyers not to abuse and bully him for the selfies. He said,

    You can do anything [with my selfies] like flipping or whatever but please don’t abuse my photos or my parents will [be] very disappointed [in] me. I believe in you guys so please take care of my photos.”

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