Ethereum-based project Twin Flames is the latest trend to emerge among NFT collectors -Christie’s included! The prestigious auction house purchased one of the 100 digitalized photographs during its latest New York exhibition.
An insight into Twin Flames Christie’s auction
This week, Christie’s expanded its impressive NFT collection with a piece from Justin Aversano’s Twin Flames collection. The Twin Flame #83, called “Bahareh & Farzaneh,” is one of the 100 NFTs featuring real-life photographs of unique twin sets.
The auction house revealed its new purchase in a physical exposition called “Photographs” in New York. In fact, this is the only NFT showcased during the event. In addition, there will be physical photographs from Hiroshi Sugimoto, Ansel Adams, and others.
Furthermore, Justin Aversano also offers 100 physical prints for each Twin Flames NFT. According to Christie’s, the lot might have a total value of up to $150,000 (although the actual selling price might be much higher).
Christie’s isn’t the only notable name showing interest in the Twin Flames collection. NFT whales Gary Vaynerchuk and Snoop Dogg also own a set of twins. As a result, the collection has surpassed $13 million worth of trading value, according to OpenSea data.
A commemorative NFT collection
The Twin Flames collection is far more than an NFT project. Photographer Justin Aversano created the photo series to honor his own twin, who passed away while in utero.
Aversano has spent two years traveling the world, looking for twins to capture on camera. Each twin set decided where, and how, they wanted to be portrayed. The resulting collection, Twin Flames, is now the biggest photography NFT project – and it just keeps growing.