The international party brand Space Yacht is preparing to release its second collection of non-fungible token artwork on the Nifty Gateway Marketplace on December 23rd.
The NFTs, titled “Space Yacht Iconography Collection” or Space Yacht Iconography Collection in Spanish, contain three of the brand’s core themes: pizza, smileys and the brand motto “WE ARE SO F☻CKED”.
The artwork also features original music by Rami Perlman, co-founder of Space Yacht, also known as LondonBridge.
12 months ago, Space Yacht was known for hosting more than 150 electronic dance music or EDM events worldwide each year. However, when the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, the events industry was practically closed.
The brand turned to the digital realm by creating a record label and hiring artists who would have previously opened at their events.
In summer, however Space Yacht launched its first NFT collection, a collaboration with renowned digital artist Goldweard. With over 230 parts sold in just 2 minutes 28 seconds, this became the best-selling NFT in the Nifty Gateway market.
The brand hopes to repeat its success for the second time with the Iconography collection.
Perlman has been a collector of physical art for 15 years and sees digital art as an exciting addition to that and a potential new source of income for musicians and artists.
“The more people get involved, the more practicable it is for the future. We are confident that NFTs will become a force in the industry and a new way for digital artists and musicians to monetize their work. “
While pizza has long been revered in the crypto world, Space Yacht’s use of pizza as a theme pays homage to a tradition that takes place at all of their live events.The founders distribute free pizza on the dance floor at 1 a.m.
Last week, electronic music producer and DJ deadmau5 and augmented reality designer Sutu sold their unique collaboration. In the light of the titan for 78 ETH or nearly $ 50,000 at current prices. Producer Guy J also jumped into the blockchain and sold the rights to future streaming license fees.