Street Artist Alec Monopoly Launches MetaMuseum in The Sandbox
According to The Sandbox, apart from showcasing Alec's new art and limited edition NFTs, MetaMuseum will be a place for all metaverse residents to jam out as well. Let's take a quick glimpse!
Alec Monopoly is bringing his lifelong artwork into The Sandbox metaverse
It looks like The Sandbox is about to become a livelier metaverse thanks to the arrival of renowned street artist Alec Monopoly! As part of the collab, Pixowl Inc. will create a virtual home dubbed “Alec Monopoly’s MetaMuseum” to house the artist's famous IRL and NFT art.
Given that, fans can look forward to the artist's upcoming art and limited edition NFT accessories in the virtual gallery. Being a DJ himself, Alec will also host live parties in the museum, dishing out electronic music to anyone ready to jam out in The Sandbox metaverse.
“The Sandbox is the leading Web3 metaverse and I am thrilled to partner and collaborate with them,” said Alec Monopoly. “From accessories to avatars to my new foray into Electronic Music, The Sandbox offers so much potential for me to share my creative energy with the community.”
To be exact, Alec Monopoly’s MetaMuseum will feature a curated collection of Alec's original art, 3D sculptures, and rare characters from his recently launched Rags to Richie NFT collection. Those who are holding a Rags to Richie NFT will also receive unique access to special content and giveaways in Alec's universe.
About Alec Monopoly
Alec Andon, also known as Alec Monopoly, is a DJ and street artist originally from New York City. Famed for using the Monopoly Man character in his artwork, the artist has worked in the urban environments of Miami, Los Angeles, Europe, Mexico, and Asia.
Make no mistake, Alec's playful, vibrant street paintings received much appeal from collectors around the world. So much so that his 30- x 40-inch canvas spray paint “Mr. Monopoly” sold out for a whopping $51,250 on July 8th, 2020.
Media outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Rolling Stone, and Playboy Magazine have also covered Alec and his work to various extents. With the latest announcement, Alec Monopoly is bound to bring his artwork to life in the metaverse, starting from The Sandbox.