Trending NFTs: SUN SIGNALS, Doodles, and more
// A look at what’s hot across the metaverse.
Doodles is a 10k community-driven collectibles project featuring art by Burnt Toast. Each Doodle allows its owner to vote for experiences and activations paid for by the Doodles Community Treasury, and the Discord is, according to the team Twitter, a party.
The floor price currently stands at 0.9 ETH, and you can get involved right here on OpenSea.
Kevin Abosch’s latest drop – 1010 works informed by analyzing sun cycles and solar radiation on earth – kicks off this Friday at 1pm EST. Click here to get your bids in, and here for the sale details.
“The work is both a celebration of the star that powers all life processes on Earth while reminding us of the lethal spectre of climate change precipitated by industry. Sun Signals are generated “off the grid” using the artist’s solar-powered computer servers.”
mvhvma’s body language collection communicates anatomical expression through shadow work and movement. The series of 10 1/1 NFTs sold out just four minutes after the listings went live on Wednesday, and we can’t wait to see what the artist comes up with next.
Ones to Watch 2021
“Ones to Watch is the leading annual talent search for the world’s brightest emerging photographers. For the 10th anniversary edition, Art3.io presents a curated selection of 80 works from 16 of this year’s talents, available to buy as 1/1 NFTs, with exclusive unlockable content for collectors.”
The drop is slated for Tuesday 26th, but buyers are welcome to get their offers in ahead of the public sale. Track the team behind the curation on Twitter for all the latest news.
Spectrum by $tonez the Organic is a 3 part series exploring light, movement, color, and sound. We recently had the privilege of hosting the collection on the homepage as 300+ works were minted and listed over the course of 48 hours or so, and the ‘Buy now’ buttons didn’t last long. That means they sold. Really fast.
If you want to pick one up for yourself, the secondary market is alive and well.
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