Krew Studios, a Web3 business, has announced the release of a follow-up to its Masks NFT collection. While the previous release – dubbed Jordi Mollà – was the work of Spanish actor turned artist Jordi Mollà, the current – dubbed Pastel World – is the result of a collaboration between recording artist JVCKJ and animator Uriah Barrett-Thomas.
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Pastel World includes 8,888 generative PFPs dubbed Pastel Prophets, as well as a rich background that informs NFT collectors about the origins of the anime-inspired figures.
In a nutshell, these vibrant prophet avatars have been forced to quit their own planet in the far Pastel Galaxy due to its uninhabitability. All Prophets carry magical bags that contain enchanted living forms that must be nourished in order for the avatars to survive.
“Pastel World is unusual in that in order to exist and prosper, Pastel bearers must be perpetually in a state of growth and self-discovery,” argues JVCKJ, a musician living in Los Angeles. “We begin life at birth, and our hues deepen and diversify throughout our lively lives, tinted by our experiences. Our life path is progressive — in a Pastel World, we become more lively.”
While the collection’s debut date has not been announced, owners of three or more Mask NFTs will get a spot on the Pastel World whitelist, with the whole collection expected to be accessible on the pastelworld.io website. NFT collectors who acquire prophet avatars will also receive access to all Pastel World brands and control of the metaverse community.
The rapidly developing creative studios and consulting business is based in Los Angeles and is comprised of Web3 and NFT aficionados, as well as marketing strategists and creative directors. Krew’s first release, which included hundreds of unique digital masks based on Jordi Mollà’s hand-painted physical counterparts, resulted in the construction of an immersive Mask World metaverse, which serves as one of the pillars of the so-called Krew Universe.
The Krew creative team intends to fill Mask World with a slew of arcade and PvP games. Meanwhile, mask NFTs serve as party tickets. Owners of masks may join the fairground-style setting, play games, collect stuff, and earn prizes. Pastel World’s integration into the Mask World idea is unknown at this time – while it is feasible that NFTs may be provided as incentives.
The widespread acceptance of the metaverse idea has resulted in a surge in virtual property in a market controlled by platforms such as Sandbox and Decentraland. Sales of digital property exceeded $500 million last year, and desirable real estate continues to command exorbitant prices as investors place their bets on the assets increasing. Metaverse lovers will be eager to learn more about Mask World and to take advantage of the gaming and earning possibilities available there.
Meanwhile, the Krew Studios brain team anticipates great things from Pastel World. The popularity of CryptoPunks and Bored Ape Yacht Club has fueled interest in Avatar-based NFT projects. By combining engaging artwork with a feeling of investor FOMO, transaction volumes may rapidly increase.