Japanese artist Takashi Murakami has joined forces with Swiss luxury watchmaker Hublot in order to create a new line of watches that are linked to non-fungible tokens.
This is the fourth artistic venture by Hublot and Murakami. It includes 13 NFTs that were inspired by Japanese television shows and video games from the 1970s. The NFTs also take inspiration from the All Black Classic Fusion Takashi Murakami All Black Watch, launched January 2021.
13 watches will be presented at the Watches & Wonders2023 trade show in Geneva, April. Each digital replica comes in a unique rainbow color and includes Murakami’s famous smiling flower emblem.
Collectors who have previously purchased one of the 324 Murakami or Hublot NFTs will only be able to access twelve of the 13 timepieces Released April 20, 2222.
The last watch in the collection was unveiled in New York at an event on Thursday. It is called the Classic Fusion Takashi Murakami Black Ceramic Rainbow. It features a spinning flower embellished with rubies, sapphires and amethysts as well as tsavorites, topaz, and tsavorites.
OpenSea will allow you to resell the 12 NFTs until April 2024. One collector who can buy all 12 NFTs will be eligible for the Classic Fusion Takashi Murakami black ceramic rainbow watch. Hublot will auction the watch if no collector is able to acquire all 12 NFTs. This will help raise funds for charity.
Since the inception of his NFTs, Murakami has been involved. Murakami Flowers Collection in March 2021. He will be buried in November 2021. RTFKT, a digital wearables studio owned by Nike, has teamed up To release a special collection together with their avatar NFT CloneX. Murakami also released a special collection last April with their avatar NFT project CloneX. Cryptokicks NFT sneaker in collaboration with Nike This was sold for approximately $134,000.