Sweepstakes will be on until Tuesday, November 30.
As for the ultra rare collection, all the proceeds from the sales will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Earlier this month, firm managing member Guy Phillips urged the company to embrace digital assets and distinguish itself as a “World-Class New Age retailer.” He wrote:
“Macy’s should announce immediately that they are partnering with various Crypto platforms to allow digital payments. Macy’s can be one of the first major retailers to accept Crypto, joining companies like Starbucks and Whole Foods.”
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Martha Stewart, eine bekannte Geschäfts- und Kulturikone, bereitet sich darauf vor, ihre zweite NFT-Kollektion auf marthafreshmint.com herauszubringen. In einer Pressemitteilung vom 22. November wurde bekannt gegeben, dass die Kollektion 100 Fotos zum Thema Thanksgiving enthält. Darunter befindet sich auch ein animiertes NFT mit dem Titel „The First Thanksgiving remembering 1994“.
Der Pressemitteilung zufolge handelt es sich dabei um ein animiertes NFT mit einer Geschichte, die an das erste Thanksgiving erinnert, das Martha für ihre Familie ausrichtete.
Abgesehen von diesem Stück zeigt die Sammlung Fotoshootings von „Martha Stewart Living“, einem berühmten Wohnmagazin.
Martha Stewart has a long history as a magazine editor-in-chief, TV personality, and home goods guru, with her name appearing on everything from pots and pans to coats and a sold-out Halloween NFT line last month.
Now, Martha Stewart, who according to a press release was named “Queen of Thanksgiving” by Time Magazine, is returning to premiere 100 NFT photos and an animated NFT dubbed “The First Thanksgiving’remembering 1994.”
In addition to the story-based animated NFT, the Martha Fresh Mint collection includes photographs from older issues of Stewart’s famous home magazine Martha Stewart Living.
The NFTs include images of pies, sandwiches, cornucopias and strategically-arranged rooster sculptures in multiple styles.
The collection has a range of price points, from $100 for a photorealistic image to $1,000 for an impressionist rendition. Palette knife, watercolor and oil painting restyles cost $500. The most expensive NFT in the collection is the animated NFT, which is currently up for auction on OpenSea.
Bids for the piece start at 3 ETH.
In “The First Thanksgiving,” Stewart tells the story of a thanksgiving dinner with her family in 1994 New Jersey. She reveals that every year, she would wake up with her mother at 4am to start preparing the dinner, which would happen at 1pm.
Stewart has made animated NFTs before. This fall, she sold an animation of her dressed up as a character from a Roy Lichtenstein painting for 1 ETH.
Martha Stewart is getting into the NFT space. The lifestyle icon announced on Tuesday, Oct. 19, that she has partnered with Tokns Commerce and launched her first NFT collection, as well as her own digital boutique called FRESH Mint via Martha.com.
Stewart, 80, is collaborating with rising NFT creators, artists, designers, and photographers for her collection, which is available now.
She expressed her enthusiasm via Twitter with her 3.4 million followers. “A new and exciting venture! I am creating NFTs and I’m delighted to share with you little (and some well-known) pieces from my world,” she tweeted along with a photo of herself with one of the delicately carved pumpkins that is now an NFT titled Spellbinding Sorceress Carving.
In a press statement, Stewart added: “I’ve been so fortunate to collaborate with talented artists, creators and entrepreneurs throughout my life.
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ARCHAEOLOGY AFICIONADOS, TODAY IS YOUR DAY. A diver in Israel recently came across a number of objects, including a sizable sword likely used by a knight in the Crusades, NPR reports. “It is exciting to encounter such a personal object, taking you 900 years back in time to a different era,” an official with the nation’s Antiquities Authority said. (He’s got that right!) Meanwhile, in the Bavarian area of Germany, a grave has been found with an ornate ivory comb that dates back some 1,500 years, Smithsonian Magazine reports.
To celebrate that history, we created art in a new form through NFTs that would bring the magic of the Parade to a new generation while raising funds for our partner Make-A-Wish.”
The collection was designed by REOMETRY, a digital agency led by REO and Eth Brown. It features one of ten Macy’s balloons and depicts legacy characters and ornamental figures that have appeared in the 95-year history of the parade from the late 1920s to date.
Parade fans nationwide will stand a chance to win one of the free Macy’s NFTs on Thursday, November 25 at 10 am EST. The non-fungible tokens are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and as fans claim their NFTs they will also automatically enter a sweepstake to win $10,000.
There are two main types of NFTs, digital pictures of carved pumpkins and a handful of photographic art pieces featuring the 80-year old lifestyle personality. NYC-based Maniac Pumpkin Carvers were brought in for the pumpkin creations.
There’s a photo of Ms.
Stewart dressed up as a bloodied nurse in a nod to Richard Prince’s paintings. The auction has only been going for seven hours, but it only has six views and no bids so far.
“I’ve been so fortunate to collaborate with talented artists, creators and entrepreneurs throughout my life.
I see NFTs as a new canvas for creativity, and blockchain as a vehicle to protect artists’ IP and support their incredible work.”
The Carved Collection
Her first featured NFT drop is title Carved Collection, and as her tweet suggested, it’s here just in time for Halloween. Several of the NFTs feature super detailed pumpkin carvings of Stewart and her elaborate costumes, and are done by Marc Evan and Chris Soria of Maniac Pumpkin Carvers.
But there’s more than just jack-o’-lanterns. Stewart’s NFTs — which can also be found on popular marketplace OpenSea — includes a total of 50 items.
Martha Stewart is getting in on NFT craze.
The 80-year-old lifestyle guru is releasing her very first non-fungible token collection on her website Tuesday amid a digital asset boom, The Wall Street Journal first reported.
The mogul will be launching the collectibles as a series, she told WSJ, and she is planning to release regular collections tied to various holidays and seasons.