Sir Anthony Hopkins, the Oscar-winning actor, sold out his debut NFT collection – called “the eternal collection,” in less than 10 minutes, stressing the growing popularity of NFTs among celebrities again.
The NFT collection, made in collaboration with Orange Comet Inc, an NFT, and web3-focused design firm, includes 1000 original cinematic art pieces motivated by the long film career of the world-famous actor.
The collection of the work “conceptualizes an interpretation of the vast character archetypes sir Anthony Hopkins has portrayed over his illustrious film career, drawing its potent energy from his stimulating body of art,” according to the collection’s description on OpenSea.
The imaginative visuals and animations with names such as “the jester,” “the lover,” “the ruler,” “the rebel,” “the giver,” and “the eternal” portray the numerous iconographic characters played by the Hollywood actor throughout his career.
According to reports, Orange Comet Inc, the design agency that makes NFTs and designs them with web3 as the core focus, claimed that the collection sold out in record time for OpenSea.
The Hollywood celebrity ushered thanks to the global NFT community in a tweet, saying that he couldn’t believe his collection had sold out.
“Thank you, everyone. I woke up this morning to this news, and I still can’t believe it”, Hopkins said in the tweet.
The one-of-a-kind 990 NFT images include a selection of randomly chosen utilities, such as receiving autographed dreamscapes, art books showcasing the actor’s paintings and drawings, personal conversations with Anothony Hopkins via zoom, and random selections of personalised NFTs with a letter from Hopkins airdropped into their wallets.
According to reports, the project claimed on Twitter that this is the quickest NFT collection to be sold off on OpenSea.