Hey awesome blog reader… you’ll probably be aware that I’ve been delving into the world of NFTs in the past few months. So far, it’s been both a success and an interesting adventure. That continues today with my 2nd drop on OpenSea. This set of NFTs is based around 50 of my favorite cities spanning all seven continents. There are a wide range of configurations (and prices) available and I’d love it if you’d check them out. If you thought an NFT mixed with physical art was odd last time then how about several NFTs, wrapped in an NFT… mixed with some Aave tokens which should appreciate over time??!
The first drop on OpenSea did better than expected and broke $100,000USD in the first three days. This second one already has a lot of interest as more and more collectors are getting into the NFT world. Jump on in! I’ll make a detailed video soon that talks more about what I’ve learned, mistakes I’ve made, some new ideas, and other interesting stuff from this wild wild west of cryptofun.
Also, if you’re an NFT curious artist, be sure to sign up for Passport where I’ve been sharing videos about my NFT experience so far. If you’re thinking about listing your own, you may find those helpful. Speaking of your own NFTs, I’m now starting to invest back into other projects so if you launch something cool tag me on Twitter and I’ll be sure to take a look. 🙂
OpenSea Preview for Passport Members
If you’re a Passport Member then you’ll see a fun sneak peek of an upcoming drop over there. I have a new strategy that will either be awesome or crash and burn. We’ll see! 🙂
The 50 Cities Drop
Here’s a sneak preview of the drop and a little bit about the pricing strategy. I don’t really know if it will work or not. I have very low expectations… so I guess we will see!
A Short Film
Here’s something a friend sent me…It’s called “IN SHADOW – A Modern Odyssey.” It’s really well done… maybe a bit disturbing for the faint of heart out there but still awesome.
Daily Photo – Over 7 Dials in London
I’m pretty sure this shot was 100% illegal, but I didn’t really ask first. That’s kind of my style, which only occasionally gets me in trouble. I took this one with that really big DJI drone… it was honestly too big and clunky to carry around, to get out of the box, to launch, etc. These newer smaller ones take just as good photos and they are much more convenient.
Daily Photo – Entering the Underground
I think because I grew up without a subway system that I get overly excited in cities that have them. People that grow up in London probably kinda hate the subways. I sort of like the confusion and the challenge of figuring out what the hell is going on down there and how am I supposed to get to where I need to go? Thank god Google Maps helps you out with this stuff… otherwise I would probably take 5x as long to get to the wrong place.
Daily Photo – Cool Hotel in London
I can’t remember the name of this hotel, as I didn’t stay here. I don’t think I did, at least. It is probably the kind of thing I saw from the street and invited myself in to take photos. When you see these sorts of cool textures, they are kind of screaming out for a photo. It makes me question free will itself.
Passport Sunday Audio Fun!
Today, Passport Members will get to hear the new podcast first. This one is entitled “Molecules I’ve Ingested: Ayahuasca And Hitler.” Yeah so you’ll be getting a full dose of this story! 🙂 Enjoy!
Ayahuasca And Hitler
In this new Podcast called “Molecules I’ve Ingested” you should find something quite unexpected, hilarious, and educational. Each episode features a crazy story about different molecules I’ve tried, from legal to illegal. Mostly the latter. Anyway, episode 3 is: “Aya and Hitler” and this pod will take you on a journey through the underworld to a completely different reality. This is the full story of my first Ayahuasca ceremony (an ancient tradition from the Amazon where you swallow a combination of natural plant materials) and it’s not for the faint of heart. It is quite hilarious, though, in the sheer lunacy of what I experienced in the altered state… you can hear about different things I learned and figured out about myself, and I throw in some references to Hitler just to keep the mood light. Enjoy and Aho!
Daily Photo – Arcade in London
Here’s another cool spot in London that I found by accident on my walkin’ around day. I try to set aside a few days where I have no responsibilities and I can just get lost. I now live in a little town in the south of New Zealand, so it’s always exciting for me to get to big cities like this. I don’t think I could live there with all that energy all the time, but it is nice to visit.
Daily Photo – Street Life in London
Here’s a little pre-Covid view of street life in London. I guess I could photoshop little masks on everyone and say I took it yesterday. Actually, I don’t even know if there’s a lot of people out on the streets there, but I suppose there are. I know Stu to runs all the tech and stuff for me is in full lockdown in Scotland… so there’s really none of this going on there, I suspect.
Daily Photo – London Shopping
I don’t shop very much at all, being quite the minimalist, but I do love taking photos of cool shopping areas. A lot of the newer ones have great architecture and cool lights at night. I hate to promote an over-consumerist society, but I guess if you’re a consumerist that you may as well shop in a sweet area!
Well, it’s another Sunday and that means we have another new video for Passport Members. Today’s was a rather challenging edit… but a lot of fun. You can see the finished result in today’s Daily Photo. Passport members get a little bonus section where they can see the final edit.
Attending the Theatre in London
This was a very fun and somewhat challenging edit. You’ll see, like any good story, this one has some twists and turns. Enjoy!
Daily Photo – Late for The Book of Mormon in London
Unfortunately, I was so into taking photos that I missed the first act of The Book of Mormon in London. I feel bad because I was going with my friend Simon and he was patiently waiting while I was futzing around taking photos… but, at least I ended up with a photo that I liked, even if we did have to sit out the first act. By the way, I can’t recommend The Book of Mormon more!