Ringo Starr puts his Beatles art up for sale in the Metaverse

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Ringo Star gets into the NFT game. The iconic Beatles drummer joins the metaverse with his “Ringo Starr NFT Collection – The Creative Mind of a Beatle”.

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Starr Art NFT Canvas

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The auction will take place on Monday June 13th at juliensauctions.com with part of the proceeds benefiting the Lotus Foundation and will offer a collection of original and unique digital artworks with their accompanying exclusive signed canvas prints.

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Julien’s Auctions Ringo NFT

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“The Creative Mind of a Beatle” is the first NFT collection created by one of the Fab Four. Starr’s visionary artistic and musical styles take center stage in these striking digital paintings, adding NFT’s original artist title to the beloved pop culture icon’s multi-hyphenate body of work.

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ringo with galaxy

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The pieces in the collection feature an original animated painting with an exclusive bespoke drum composition recorded and played by Starr – paired with flashing animated images throughout each NFT – and struck with a special audio/visual pattern from the times when Beatlemania peaked, as well as beacons of his present and future creative journeys. Each NFT comes with a 25″ x 25″ canvas print signed by the iconic musician/author/philanthropist/painter who owns the NFT allowing access to Starr for an exclusive virtual tour of the groundbreaking gallery experience digital, RingoLand. All winning bidders can join Starr in this virtual meeting place created by Spatial.io on Web, VR or Mobile via a private invitation after the auction.

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Each NFT (Non-Fungible Token) offered is a limited edition of 1 of 4. Five unique NFTs, each consisting of 4 for a total of 20 NFTs with their accompanying canvas print by NFT in the collection. An NFT is a unique, non-interchangeable unit of data stored on the blockchain.

Laura J. Boyer