TikTok unveiled its very first NFT collection, TikTok’s best moments, with contributions from some of the app’s top creators.
Announced by the platform today, the six-piece NFT collection is inspired by trendy videos created by Lil Nas X, Rudy Willingham, Bella Poarch, Curtis Roach, Brittany Broski, FNMeka, Jess Marciante and Gary Vaynerchuk. For the series, the creators of TikTok have teamed up with NFT artists including COIN ARTIST, x0r, RTFKT, Grimes and more to recreate their content as limited edition NFT artwork.
TikTok creator and digital artist Rudy Willingham previously used Lil Nas X’s “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” to make a viral stop-motion video when the song was first released. But for their first official collaboration, Willingham upped the stakes and turned the artist’s cut-out images into 81 frames, which were then photographed against different colored backgrounds and put together into one video.
@rudy_willingham81 frames printed, cut and shot behind closed doors! Happy Pride Month everyone! #lilnasx #pride month #foryourpride #prideanthems♬ MONTERO (Call me by your name) – Lil Nas X
“As the designer economy continues to grow, we are always looking for new and differentiated ways to support our creators,” noted Nick Tran, Global Marketing Manager, TikTok “Now fans can take a moment on TikTok that helped shape the internet while supporting some of their favorite creators. ”
Each TikTok video from the NFT collection will be unveiled tomorrow at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, New York. The exhibition is called Infinite duos: co-create on TikTok and will post the videos from October 1 to November 5.
One-of-a-kind NFTs will also be available on Ethereum and will be powered by Immutable X. Fans can purchase NFTs from the official collection site. deposit site.
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