Glorious Digital, a top-notch Web3 studio, announced a collaboration with luxury publisher Opus and Formula 1 founder Bernie Ecclestone to release two nonfungible token (NFT) collections commemorating the 26 iconic Grand Prix cars.
It has been reported that each NFT will be a giant Polaroid image, produced by using one of the world’s only 20” x 24” cameras. The 26 historic cars will come to life on the blockchain in two collections. The first collection, The Ecclestone Grand Prix Collection, will be a more exclusive drop.
However, this collection will consist of 26 unique digital artworks, each including 1 championship car. The lucky individuals who secure a one-of-a-kind NFT will have the chance to experience utility like no other. This includes an invitation to visit Bernie Ecclestone’s race track, a private tour of the 26 cars, trackside seats to watch some of the cars being driven, and more.
The report said that not only this but there is also the opportunity for the NFT owner and 12 friends, hosted by Bernie himself. The collection will launch as a digital auction and goes live on the Glorious marketplace from December 1st to the 7th. As for the second collection, The Grand Prix Trilogy Collection, it will be a little more accessible.
Likewise, to clarify, the collection will include 26 one-of-one edition NFTs using the images of the 26 cars, but in a unique set of three. The collection will be available to purchase on the marketplace for €500 from November 17 to 30.
The collaboration involves several entities. Firstly, Opus is a leading publishing company that has worked with the likes of Prince, Usain Bolt, Manchester United, Ferrari, Pelé, Her Majesty the Queen, the World Boxing Council, Formula 1, and more. Furthermore, Bernie Ecclestone is the former chief executive of the Formula One group. It’s through his efforts that F1 became the world-renowned sport it is today.
Thus, Glorious Digital, the NFT marketplace, and studio, who have worked with some of the world’s notable brands such as Wimbledon and the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
Source: NFT Evening