5 NFTs on Tezos for Those Fed Up With Contemporary Art
NFT marketplaces are up to the brim with contemporary art, abstract art, and weird videos offered for thousands of tez. If you are fed up with that, check out those five NFTs that we believe are genuinely interesting.
We found charity tokens, games tokens, music tokens, and even slightly magical tokens at Tezos’s NFT marketplaces.
Paintings at Save the Chimps
Back in 1997, US Air Force have announced they halt experiments on primates. Dr. Carole Noone sued them and got custody of 21 chimps that had lived with the military.
Dr. Noone and John Stryker of Arcus Foundation bought 150 acres of Florida land to turn it into a new home for the apes, and that’s how the NCO Save the Chimps was born. By 2021, there have been 330 apes at the premises.
You can buy an NFT painting by a chimp. The money will be spent on the apes’ well-being. The prices start at $25.
Tezotopia world map
The gif.games team is developing Tezotopia, a blockchain game where players buy NFTs representing blocks of the game’s world. They may have the resources to build structures and produce armies. The players develop their industry, create armies, and battle each other. The winner gets a random reward: resources, in-game decorations, army improvements, or tez.
To start playing, buy Tezotopia’s NFT block at Kalamint. Prices start at 25 tez.
Harry Potter’s Lamborghini
Pixel car card
Harry Potter and his peers collected cards with living images of famous wizards. Tezos has such cards, too! The artist Selvam Shabarigirisan started drawing pixel cars with parallax effects. At Byteblock, you can buy Lamborghini Aventador and Lamborghini Urus for only 3 tez.
A screenshot of MISSION
Women’s clothing brand TTSWRTS offers an NFT video called MISSION advertising their products. The company will transfer the funds raised this way to Par’ley Global Cleanup Network who fights the pollution of oceans. The video costs $500.
Hollywood Composer Sells Soundtracks
Soundtrack Of Your Life homepage
The composer Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL wrote the scores for Mad Max: Fury Road and The Justice League. In June 2021, he placed a space-themed album of clips at AmplifyX and launched a unique auction called Soundtrack of Your Life.
Holkenborg will interview the auction’s winner about his or her most important and vivid memories and write a 20-minutes piece about this person. Holkenborg told Hollywood Reporter: “it encapsulates the unique victories, heartbreaks, memories and emotions that make up [the winner’s life] … it’s a chance to have one of Hollywood’s singular composers write your own audio odyssey.”
The auction is now over, yet you still can buy other unique works by Junkie XL for $100 or more.
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