A York-based musician released a digital art collection this month to celebrate the launch of his virtual band’s first single.
Andy Watson, also known as Cold Culprits in Town, makes up the three “characters” of the band, Dojo Explosjo – as he said the change “felt right” to his music last month.
The group released their first single, titled “Pink Champagne,” on December 10 – and to celebrate that, Andy put together digital animations – known as NFT.
Around the same time he formed the virtual group, Andy said he got interested in these animations and decided to make his own.
“Thanks to blockchain technology, crypto artworks cannot be stolen or tampered with, and they are designed to exist forever, so I began to explore the possibilities,” he added.
The Dojo Explosjo sound is a combination of electronica, indie rock and hip hop.
This collection of 23 NFTs was created on the OpenSea marketplace using the Ethereum blockchain and will never be replicated. Unlike other collections which grow in thousands of permutations, there will only ever be 23 cryptographic works in the Pink Champagne collection.
To view Andy’s new collection, visit: https://bit.ly/3HzEATF