Marilyn Monroe unveils trailblazing NFT collection courtesy of Zeblocks

Marilyn Monroe unveils trailblazing NFT collection courtesy of Zeblocks

Marilyn Monroe Estate, in collaboration with legendary artist pair Zeblocks, is set to unveil a state-of-the-art NFT project dubbed “Modern Muse,” which aims to revolutionize the digital art industry. 

Modern Muse launch

The highly hyped project will showcase the combination of Marlyn Monroe’s charm with the avant-garde tech of Zeblocks.

The anticipated NFT project, Modern Muse, will have a collection size of 3333 NFTs and will be available for trade on OpenSea on Feb 23.

The announcement by Marlyin Monroe Estate on Feb. 21 articulated the partnership with the leading duo of NFT creators, Zeblocks, to create enticing digital art.

Zeblocks’ reputation arises from the three efficacious digital collections in the NFT world. In a statement, Zeblocks expressed gratitude for working with Marilyn Monroe Estate in creating a feature that focuses on an iconic and highly gratified figure. “Monroe’s ageless beauty, irrefutable talent, and long-lasting legacy keep shining on the generations,” said Zeblocks. They also added that they felt honored to be part of the team sharing Monroe’s story with the rest of the digital world.

Who was Marilyn Monroe?

Marilyn Monroe was a trendy figure in the American theater industry, renowned for her moniker blonde roles in the 50s. She premiered in films like “How to Marry a Millionaire” and “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”, among others. She was decorated with approbation for her roles in films like “Bus Stop”. Her life ended in 1962 after an overdose of medication.

Modern Muse will amalgamate Monroe’s fantastic image from her films with a digital touch from the Zeblocks to make a highly enticing experience.

The NFT project aims not only to appeal to collectors but to every individual ready to learn about the life of Marilyn Monroe. In addition, the project involves new cohorts of the NFT community as it makes it possible to purchase through credit cards.

Follow Us on Google News