Los Angeles, Calif. (November 22, 2021) – Breaking the mold of digital collectibles as expensive and exclusive, The Non Fungible Token Company (NFTCo), also known as Unblocked, is launching with the mission of connecting talent with fan communities, both online and in the real world. Its first digital collectible, in partnership with Primary Wave Music […]
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WhIsBe brings us their 3rd major NFT drop this week.
WhIsBe’s mysterious vandal gummy mugshots began appearing on the streets of Brooklyn in 2013 as wheatpastes and murals. Fast forward to 2020 and you can see 6 figure 7 ft sculptures all over the world, in museums, public spaces, even in the lobby of the World Trade Center in NYC. The image is now infamous with collaborations with brands, such as Coach and events like Burning Man and Coachella. He has sold out booths at major art fairs and is a staple of Art Basel week in Miami often with hotel/restaurant/club takeovers as well as being featured at major art fairs. To put his explosive career into perspective, collecting WhIsBe now is like collecting KAWS five years ago. In the last decade alone we have officially lost 11 animals to extinction, not just insects that we may overlook, but majestic beasts such as the Western Black Rhino and Pinta Giant Tortoise. we are poised to lose many more unless we take action. WhIsBe uses humor to bring to light the plight of animals on this planet, but with an underlying wake up call, there are actions we can take to prevent many of these extinctions, there are organizations striving to save these animals such as the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust where WhiSbe will be donating a portion of the proceeds from this drop. For WhIsBe’s third drop with us there is also a set completion element! Five 1/1 ‘Never Forget’ Vandal Gummy’s are available to redeem, for the first three people to collect all of the five ‘Species’ series, and the first two people to collect all of the five ‘Endangered Species’ series, may not be easy, but with a draw for a $1m 1/1 in this drop, certainly worth the effort.