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“SOCIETY GETS THE ART THAT IT DESERVES”: NFTS ARE DRIVING STUNTS AND DIVING INTO THE CULTURE WARS

ou have never heard of the artist known as the “Unnamed Artist” before, but by the end of the week (perhaps by the end of this article), he could end up being one of the most famous artists alive today. His work may end up selling for more than a Manet, a de Kooning, or a Picasso. “I have no idea what’s going on,” the Unnamed Artist told me in a phone interview hours before his first NFT was about to go live at auction. “But in this particular realm, no one has any idea what’s going on.” If, when you see the Unnamed Artist for the first time, he looks familiar to you, and even looks a little like John Cleese, the actor from Fawlty Towers, Monty Python, and A Fish Called Wanda, then you probably have no idea what’s going on, either. That’s because, on Friday, Cleese—also known, as of Friday, as the “Unnamed Artist”—is going to be selling an illustration of the Brooklyn Bridge he did on his iPad as an NFT. The “buy it now” price for this digital work is being set at $69,346,250.50.

The crazy thing is, he actually might get it.

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NYC man sells fart for $85, cashing in on NFT craze

The value of this art is all hot air.

A Brooklyn-based film director is simultaneously mocking and attempting to profit off the cryptocurrency craze for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) by selling a year’s worth of fart audio clips recorded in quarantine.

“If people are selling digital art and GIFs, why not sell farts?” Alex Ramírez-Mallis, 36, told The Post of his dank addition to the blockchain-based NFT market.

His NFT, “One Calendar Year of Recorded Farts,” began incubating in March 2020 when, at the beginning of the global coronavirus lockdown, Ramírez-Mallis and four of his friends began sharing recordings of their farts to a group chat on WhatsApp.

On the one-year anniversary of the US’s COVID-19 quarantine this month — by which point Ramírez-Mallis said he could darn near identify members of the group by their farts alone — Ramírez-Mallis and his fellow farters compiled the recordings into a 52-minute “Master Collection” audio file.

The top bid for the file is currently $183.

Individual fart recordings are also available for 0.05 Ethereum, or about $85 a pop. The gassy group has so far sold one, to an anonymous buyer.

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Lindsay Lohan Partners With Justin Sun to Release NFTs on Tron

Whether or not the non-fungible token (NFT) bubble – as newly minted millionaire and digital artist Beeple calls it – will imminently pop is a question for ongoing debate. But one thing is clear: Lindsay Lohan issuing her own NFTs through Tron is a signal of the market’s froth. The former Disney star plans to auction them off on March 20.

Lohan’s participation in the booming NFT scene comes during the technology’s seemingly overnight transformation into a fascination of the investing world. As CNBC runs multiple segments a day on NFTs, digital artists and musicians chase millions of dollars through auctions and sales.

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Lindsay Lohan Partners With Justin Sun to Release NFTs on Tron

NYC man sells fart for $85, cashing in on NFT craze

“SOCIETY GETS THE ART THAT IT DESERVES”: NFTS ARE DRIVING STUNTS AND DIVING INTO THE CULTURE WARS