K-Pop group Aespa is set to launch their own collection featuring artists from the label.
The most rare items in our collection will grant their owners an all-expenses paid trip to South Korea where they will be able to visit the popular K-Pop group.
Aespa, a four-person Korean pop band from SM Entertainment, is releasing a blockchain collectible card game featuring its members.
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The first part of the series will be open source, which means the NFT can be created an unlimited number of times and will include one extra piece of digital art.
The second part, “Altars,” includes a set of 32 special, limited-run NFTs of each Aespa character. Each piece comes with a personal recording by one of the characters talking about the piece. The first editions of each of the Altar pieces will go to the highest bidders and come with a signed print from the artists and the four Aespan characters.
Altar, a series of digital art works created by Blake Kathryn for Aesop’s NFT collection.
The last and most rare work in our æ girls NFT series will be called Dreamspace. It will include a video recording from Kathryn, a virtual meeting with her, and most importantly, she’ll pay for your travel to Seoul so you can go see them perform live!
Blake Kathryn is an amazing artist who collaborated with us to produce this collection. We’re thrilled to be able to share these unique pieces with our fans.
The æ girls’ collection will be displayed at Sotheby’s gallery in New York and Hong Kong, and the collaborative project between Aespa and Kathryn was facilitated by the brand agency Connecting Dotts and INVENT.ATOM.