Pablo Picasso is one of the most famous artists in history. His “Guernica” showed the terrible face of war. Pacifists to this day show the canvas to all those who see nothing wrong in resolving issues with brute force. Ray Bradbury wrote about Picasso; he was worn in his arms during life and loved after death. The painting “Woman in a red-orange hat” is selling at an auction for $100 million.

NFT-artist Crypto Artist decided to honor the memory of the master of Cubism. A collection of 1000 generative pixel worms, CryptoWorm brought the artist 1.6 ETH. However, it turned out that he was warming up. Cryptoartist made 1000 more new worms. They were not on ETH. He went for Polygon this time and stylized his work after the great Picasso. The collection turned out to be an exploding bomb. The author collected almost 13 ETH, and more than 40k followers came to his social networks.

Thus, the NFT future of the Cryptoartist is a foregone conclusion. Now he can come up with new concepts, make collections and earn good money. He might even find someone to develop a blockchain game for him.  Worms Armageddon is a legendary game that a whole generation has grown up with. Why not do something similar?

Hype: 5
Originality: 4
Application: 5
Community: 5
Potential: 5
Overall rating: 4.8 / 5

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2 replies on “Picasso Worms”

  • November 18, 2021 at 8:23 am

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    • Nick
      December 10, 2021 at 4:14 pm

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