Some of the best known NFTs

These examples showcase the diverse possibilities and creative potential of NFTs. They have also proven the appetite for unique, scarce, and innovative digital artworks among collectors and investors. As the NFT space continues to evolve, we can expect to see more innovation that pushes the boundaries of traditional art.

Several NFT artworks have stood out for their ingenuity, innovation, and success. These examples showcase the diverse possibilities and creative potential of NFTs. They have also proven the appetite for unique, scarce, and innovative digital artworks among collectors and investors.

Beeple’s “Everydays: The First 5000 Days”

Zoomed in look at Beeples NFT called Everydays The First 5000 days

In March 2021, digital artist Beeple (Mike Winkelmann) made headlines when his digital artwork “Everydays: The First 5000 Days” was auctioned as an NFT at Christie’s. The NFT sold for a staggering $69.3 million, making it one of the highest-selling NFT artworks to date. This auction not only demonstrated the potential value of digital art in the NFT space but also brought mainstream attention to art tokenization.

Larva Labs “CryptoPunks”

set of different crytopunks

CryptoPunks are one of the earliest examples of NFT art collectibles on the Ethereum blockchain. Created by Larva Labs, each CryptoPunk is a unique, algorithmically generated pixel art character. Despite being given away for free initially, CryptoPunks have become highly sought-after digital collectibles, with some individual punks selling for millions of dollars in the secondary market.

Beeple’s “CrossRoads”

Partial view of Beeples Crossroads

In February 2021, a virtual rendition of Beeple’s artwork titled “Crossroads” was tokenized as an NFT on the Nifty Gateway platform. The artwork depicted a person lying on the ground, surrounded by protest signs. The NFT was sold for $6.6 million, and 10% of the proceeds were donated to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

Krista Kim’s “Mars House”

Krista Kims Mars House

In April 2021, artist Krista Kim created “Mars House,” a virtual NFT art installation that was listed for sale on the SuperRare platform. The immersive digital artwork represented a futuristic home on Mars, combining elements of architecture and virtual reality. “Mars House” sold for $512,000, demonstrating the demand for unique and immersive virtual experiences in the NFT space.

These examples showcase the diverse possibilities and creative potential of NFTs. They have also proven the appetite for unique, scarce, and innovative digital artworks among collectors and investors. As the NFT space continues to evolve, we can expect to see more innovation that pushes the boundaries of traditional art.


Richelle Steyn
Richelle Steyn

Art lover and tech geek. Using Art and Web3 to create worth.

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