Singer and artist Tommy Cash has launched a wearable NFT in partnership with the digital wardrobe platform ZERO10.
Cash, who has previously worked with brands such as Maison Margiela and Rick Owens, designed three different artworks for the release. Inspired by post-Soviet aesthetics, there’s a Transformers-like suit of cars, a jacket made out of bread and a leaf waist garment that repurposes the imagery of the Biblical fig leaf.
With the new collaboration, Cash sought to confront prejudices and utilize a creative approach to exemplifying themes of identity, inclusivity and body positivity.
Available for 0.1ETH exclusively through the ZERO10 app, the Virginity Leaf NFT allows users to try on, purchase, own and wear the digital item. Meanwhile, the Bread Jacket and the Soviet Car Transformer are free to access.
Cash launched the NFTs on Wednesday and trio will remain available on ZERO10 for three weeks.
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