Jason M Peterson is a master of his craft, renowned for his candid black and white style of photography. He has captured many cultural icons throughout his career. He recently broke into the world of NFTs, releasing a collection of Limited Edition Art and Artist Packs under the sceptical project name Yeah Probably Nothing, on the greatest Blockchain, Avalanche.
Influenced by artists such as photographic legend Harry Callahan, as well as more recent artists such as 13thwitness and Katia_mi. His Hard Light style is visually engaging and almost exclusively shot and then lightly edited on his iPhone.
There’s still time to get some of @jasonmpeterson‘s best photos from his storied career capturing the top music artists in the world.
5 NFTs in each pack, 20 #AVAX per pack. Dont miss it.https://t.co/Kajg6E9za3 pic.twitter.com/CcKf9DoeAx
— Avalanche 🔺 (@avalancheavax) November 9, 2021
41°53’07.9″N 87°39’04.9″W Mural took Jason M Peterson’s iconic Kanye West shot and in collaboration with Tubzilla, a Chicago native and renowned street artist, it was turned into a one-of-a-kind NFT that exists across both physical and digital worlds. A QR code was embedded in the original mural located in Chicago, that allows visitors to verify the ownership of the NFT on the Avalanche Blockchain. It was sold via auction for 1512 AVAX, which cements it as one of the highest Avalanche NFT sales registered to date.
His Art and Artist packs feature carefully selected images from his varied portfolio, including some of his favourite shots, such as Pretty Flaco, Die Lit, Strangeways here we come and Upside down.
A brilliant photographer decides to launch his landmark photos on Avalanche, and we think it’s Definitely Something.
Yeah Probably Nothing.
We think it should be called.. Definitely Something.@Jasonmpeterson https://t.co/skAxbGIthA
— Avax NFTs 🔺 (@AvaxNFTs) December 27, 2021
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