Every now and then a new drop arrives to remind us all that the NFT movement remains very much alive and kicking. This time around, it’s the turn of Tyler Hobbs and his rip-roaring QQL generative art project.
Stunning the casual spectator and filling the shrewd collector with glee, the latest drop accumulated a massive $17m in primary sales. It is now one of the most successful NFT drops in this new era of crypto uncertainty, while reinforcing Tyler Hobbs’ position at the forefront of modern digital art.
Best known for his hugely popular ‘Art Blocks Fidenza’ series, Monsieur Hobbs has now partnered with Archipelago founder, Dandelion Wist to usher a brand-new chapter in the mighty tome of the generative art movement. Therefore, distributing 900 QQL mint passes in a modified Dutch auction that eventually settled at 14 ETH apiece, while holding an additional 999 passes in reserve for marketing and collaboration purposes.
That’s a wrap! The #QQL auction finished at 14.0 ETH. Congratulations to all the purchasers – we can’t wait to see the beautiful art you create. pic.twitter.com/0qAOeaJOF0
— Archipelago.art (@archipelago_art) September 28, 2022
Through the QQL project, anyone can jump into Archipelago’s bespoke art generation interface and construct a masterpiece. However, only those in possession of a mint pass can transform their sweet designs into an official QQL NFT, resulting in one of the most coveted assets in the market, with the floor price for passes now eclipsing the 18 ETH mark.
Browse QQL mint passes on OpenSea >> Here