NEWS FROM THE DIGITAL AND NFT WORLD – APRIL 8, 2021
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1) Singer M.I.A. announces her first NFT drop
British rapper M.I.A. has announced that she will be auctioning off her first NFT artwork, titled ” GIFTY 1″. The work is part of a larger series called “NFT GARAGE DANCE” and will be available for purchase on Foundation for 24 hours starting today. Afterwards, the artist will release another work, called ” KALA COYN”.
2) Mail-Art company Tellinga puts NFT up for sale
U.S. company Tellinga, which specializes in Mail-Art (the sending of drawings and illustrations by mail to share stories or messages) has announced the ability to create NFTs of submitted artwork. The company wants to create a digital version of each work created, while encouraging customers to create and tokenize their purchases as NFTs.
3) Giovanni Motta is among the first NFT artists trending on SuperRare
In November 2020 the Veronese artist Giovanni Motta published his first NFT work on the SuperRare platform selling it for 7.5 ETH. After only two months he became the number one artist in the SuperRare world ranking, and today he continues to occupy the first places among the best-selling artists thanks to Johnny Boy, the little boy alter ego of the author, as well as the main subject of his works.