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How NFT GIF Are Changing the Way We Think About Art

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If you’re a fan of Star Wars, you’ve most likely seen the NFT GIF before. It has become one of the most popular memes in the fan community, thanks to its many uses in various media, from video games to comics. In fact, it has become so popular that Snoop Dog bought a GIF and has since turned it into a joke to make fun of detractors of NFTs. But what exactly is an NFT, and why would someone buy a GIF of one?

War Haul

Recently, a NFT gif called War Haul sold for over a quarter million dollars. The image shows barrels of oil smoldering to ashes. The artist has left the deeper meaning up to the public to interpret. He also has other creations listed on leading NFT marketplaces.

Originally, the GIF cost $7.66 ETH, but ten days later, it fetched more than that amount. Its creator, Seerlight, is an illustrator and crypto artist who lives in LA. Since then, the price has gone up more than tenfold.

X-Ray of William Shatner

William Shatner, 90, became a space tourist in October 2017. He was aboard the Blue Origin spacecraft’s first crewed flight in suborbital space on July 20. During the trip, Shatner was overwhelmed by the “overview effect.” As a result, his words came out in a halting cadence, sounding like poetry.

Shatner in Space tells the story of Shatner’s life-changing flight in space and his friendship with Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, who was inspired by the Star Trek series. The documentary is produced by Amazon Studios and is available for Prime Video subscribers. Prime Video subscribers can choose from a huge library of movies, sports content, and other content. They can watch these videos on hundreds of compatible devices.

There is a wide range of William Shatner items on the market. In addition to the X-Ray, collectors can purchase items related to Shatner’s personal life. There are cards with the actor’s headshots, images of him with Leonard Nimoy, and many others. There are also non-fungible token trading cards featuring images from Shatner’s life and career. Moreover, these cards can be traded among collectors.

William Shatner’s personal memorabilia will soon be available to fans in the form of digital trading cards on the WAX Blockchain. The cards will sell for $1 each and will also be available in multi-packs. Each card is authenticated by the WAX Blockchain infrastructure, which ensures authenticity. Additionally, they also feature details regarding the price and ownership history of each card.


The NFT gif, or network of animated images, is a very popular way for people to communicate with one another, and one of the most popular examples is the “Taco Bell” gif. The gif was created for Rarible, and sold for thousands of dollars within 30 minutes. Another example is the CryptoCrisp from Pringles, which sold for $2000. Another popular piece was an animated video by digital artist Beeple, which sold for $6.6 million. Chris Torres’ animation titled “Nyan Cat” also sold for over $590,000 and was the subject of a NFT gif.

The NFT gif was created to be a commentary on society. It was a response to the upcoming 2020 presidential election. The artist included each of the images from different time periods and places in a single piece. The piece was offered at Christie’s in March 2021 as a NFT jpg file. The bidding began at $100 and topped $69m during a two-week auction.

The NFT has become a popular form of art, and it allows artists to reward their audience with high-quality artwork while reaching new audiences. From simple animations like Nyan Cat to political pieces like Crossroads, NFTs are a great way to promote your art.

Another NFT gif is called “Present the Future.” These are sci-fi and fantastical. Tempah’s face is as big as a statue, the flowers of Bakhtiar fragment into fractals, and hooded men wear shiny athletic gear.

Everydays – The First 5000 Days

Everydays – The First 5000 Day’s compilation of Beeple’s work gives a comprehensive glimpse into his artistic journey. The book is a mosaic of Beeple’s work, from his beginnings as a cartoonist to his more recent experiments with digital art. His work has changed dramatically over the past five years, from being more abstract and using color to its fullest extent, to being more timely and reacted to contemporary issues and events.

Rather than a financial investment, Everydays – The First 5000 Day’s collection is an impressive piece of art. It is a work of visual art that is part of the comic book aesthetic. The artwork was initially available online for $100, but later was put up for auction at Christie’s. The bidding capped at $69,3 million, and has since soared.

Everydays – The First 5000 Day’s collection is comprised of over 5,000 images created by Beeple over a period of thirteen years. The piece was the first work of digital art to be auctioned by Christie’s. It set the world record for the most expensive digital art work and made Beeple the third-most-expensive living artist.

Nyan Cat

The Nyan Cat NFT was originally a gif that went viral on YouTube. However, its popularity soared once it was sold on the Internet for $453,807 by Chris Torres. The image has now been used in memes, pop-tarts, and rainbow cat memes.

The Nyan Cat was created by Torres and was first uploaded on April 2, 2011. He then used it in a YouTube video which has received almost two hundred million views since it was uploaded. He created the Nyan Cat using Adobe Fireworks, a program similar to Flash. This was a challenge for Torres because he wanted to maintain the pixelated look of the original image.

In January 2021, SuperRare accepted Torres’ application. During the waiting period, Torres remastered the Nyan Cat files for HD quality. He also uploaded the art as MP4 files and GIFs. In February 2021, a Nyan Cat NFT GIF was sold for 300 ETH (around $690,000). Torres set the floor price at three ETH.

Earlier in 2011, Torres posted a pixelated art of his own cat, named Marty. This image soon gained Internet popularity and spawned an entire meme culture. Torres later put the image to music and released a video of it with a song by the band daniwell. Soon, it was the most popular GIF on the web.

Chris Torres, the man behind the Nyan Cat gif, has made a profit from the virality of the graphic. He has sold the original image file of the Nyan Cat for 300 Ether on the crypto-art platform Foundation for over US$600,000. Chris Torres said he does not plan to sell another original image file of the Nyan Cat any time soon. Make NFT for your Business |

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