The NFT Classic Association brings Antonio Stradivari's legendary violins to Web3. On June 20, the group will release a series of NFTs dedicated to Stradivari's Cobbett violin with audio files and 3D images.
According to the latest reports, the Cobbett NFT series will include three unique levels: Maestro, Virtuoso and Prodigy. The first level, Maestro, is a video art created from 360-degree photographs of the violin and a 14-minute performance by Bach Shacon. The second level, Virtuoso, is a series of 31 unique NFTs featuring original works of art inspired by famous South Korean digital artists Sho Jang and Sangeun Won's Cobbett. The third level, Prodigy, consists of 93 unique NFTs. Images are 3D generative art obtained by artificial intelligence from photographs of Cobbett Stradivarius. Of these three, Maestro NFT is the rarest and will be sold at auction. Other fixed value NFTs will decline in the NFT market OpenSea.
During the NYC.NFT festival, anyone in New York will be able to see these NFTs in person on June 20. The NFT Classic Community will also share more information about the Cobbett NFT series on Twitter and Discord.
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