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Sixties fashion icon Pattie Boyd announces an NFT series

1 Sixties fashion icon Pattie Boyd announces an NFT series

Pattie Boyd will announce her initial NFT series on April 19. This will be a photo series available at Rarible and RR auction. In addition, it portrays George Harrison, The Beatles, and Eric Clapton.

Patti Boyd is a British music photographer who has been a cultural symbol for many years. Obviously, she seeks to give her loyal fans a chance to relive the ’60s and’ 70s.

“I am glad to begin this adventure into NFTs,” Pattie Boyd said. “Various versions of iconic photographs from her archive are displayed.

Photography Pattie Boyd NFTs

This series has 6 personal photos and 48 digital assets. The exclusive 1/1 photos will be auctioned at the RR auction in April. The drop is not limited to digital crypto, as potential purchasers can bid in Fiat. Particularly appealing to her non-web 3 native fans.

The second part, another aspect of this drop, will be sold on Rarible. These series’ will be auctioned for 14 days. Bids for the ‘Series’ drop will be accessible in ETH.

Ultimately, the last aspect of the drop is the ‘Edition’ that will be sold at a fixed price on April 19. As a result, for anyone seeking the lowest entry point, this series it is.

Zebu Digital is the studio that brings this NFT series to life. Their platform aim is to make Web3 brands important. They will certainly play an important role, as this is Pattie’s first investment in Web3. In addition to the fact that photography NFTs have not yet completely become mainstream in the NFT world.

About Tiffany Ellis

She is a smiley curious writer from the USA. She loves Cryptocurrencies, Arts an also NFTs.

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