@GiantGiraffeNFT Collaboration

The @ collaboration features two common NFTs: one greyscale piece of art and a solid color “utility swatch.” Blend them to form a rare, full color version. Blend all three to redeem an even rarer black label version.

@GiantGiraffeNFT Collaboration


Learn more about @GiantGiraffeNFT and their amazing piece featured in this collaboration.


Please introduce yourself to our readers:

My name’s Cole. I’m 29 years old, live in Ohio, USA, and I’m an avid gamer and mediocre musician. Art’s my main focus and I like to think I’m good at it! LOL! For work I just work a desk job at a local tech company.

What was the inspiration for this piece?

Remember that old obsessive girlfriend meme? That’s kind of what I was going for here. Been trying to get better at drawing expressions!

How long have you been creating in the digital realm?

I’ve been in the space since late January this year and I’ve only been creating digital art since then! Always had the tickle to try art throughout life but never really stuck to till this year

Can you tell us about your workflow (what equipment and software do you use to create)?

Mainly photoshop is where I create, but I’ve done some work in character animate as well!

Who are your artistic influences?

I’m really inspired by adult cartoons, the greats you know? Rick and Morty, family guy and a few others.

What got you interested in NFTs/Crypto Art/Digital Collectibles?

I started listening to Gary Vee because I was interested in doing something greater with my life and start a business. When he got on his NFT kick I went in, started learning, and eventually by happenstance, landed on the wax blockchain!

Where can we find you online (Twitter, website, Instagram, OpenSea, Rarible, etc?)

All of my links and everything rests on my linktree:

Anything else you’d like to share?

I guess my closing thoughts would be a word of advice:

Get out there, collab, build together. There’s no competition here. The WAX Fam is about love, building eachother up and collecting for the sake of it. Everything you do, do for fun. And burnouts a normal part of the process! It’s ok to take breaks and your community will understand if you’re open with them!

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