This weeks most anticipated digital art project is coming from Ryan Robinson, better known as Rhabbitz. The artist is known best for his work in the music industry, having worked with greats such as Gucci Mane, Juice WRLD, Kodak Black, and many more. Now his ‘Bunny Buddies’ offer fans a chance to own a part of his life work.
Robinson has become one of the main names for digital artwork in pop culture in the last decade. Whether it’s Juice WRLD, Gucci Mane, 21 Savage or Playboi Carti, the list is as long as prestigious. With his life work dedicated to the duality of life and the important topic of mental health, Rhabbitz is now ready to step into the spotlights, giving his fans what they have been waiting for.
In an edgy aesthetic and playful manner, the artist designed a collection of 8888 hand-drawn ‘Bunny Buddies’. The NFTs are exclusively available for Robinson’s fans and digital art collectors all over the world. They are integrated into the Ethereum blockchain, fully dedicated to take over the Metaverse.
8888 Unique Pieces, 8888 Chances To Mint An Extra ‘Legendary Bunny’
As fans and art lovers are getting in line to get their hands on a piece they personally identify with and turn its rightful owner, the ‘Bunny Buddies’ are of high collectability. And that future projects of the artist will only happen on even bigger stages, owning a first collection piece will come at a high price later.
Especially since the digital creative also announced a follow-up launch of 20 limited ‘Legendary Bunnies’, with major public figures and celebrities already in line for the premium pieces. But the special follow up is just as interesting for owners of the main collection, as every owner will have the chance to randomly mint one of the ‘Legendary Bunnies’.
All pieces are designed by Rhabbitz and express a wide range of personalities in combination with modern aesthetics. Robinson explains the creative process behind the pieces:
“I like the balance of cute with semi realistic aesthetics: make it bright but also have a sense of realism that’s why all the bunnies are half black.That’s how my life is. I’m a guy that has a bright side and a dark side like everyone and I like to use both in my creative process”
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