Digital fine art marketplace MakersPlace announces its latest never-before-seen phygital collection – Tupac Shakur’s 2Pacalypse92: 17 Shots. The exclusive NFT collection features photos of Tupac Shakur’s 1992 performance at Prince’s Glam Slam. The collection by Lawrence “Loupy D” Dotson is available for purchase now on MakersPlace.
What Makes the 2Pac NFT Collection Special?
Lawrence “Loupy D” Dotson is a former managing editor at Kronick Magazine who captured some of the biggest names in hip-hop during the “Golden Era” of the genre. Loupy D’s photographs of rap legend Tupac showcase the artist’s captivating stage presence and evolution into a solo artist. The photos will also appear in FX Networks’ upcoming “Dear Mama: The Saga of Afeni and Tupac Shakur.”
In addition to owning the NFT, each holder also receives the original negative of the photo, offering collectors a physical piece of hip-hop history. Loupy D recalled Tupac’s performance at Prince’s Glam Slam, stating that “he wasn’t just a rapper, he was a performer. He had a theater background. Tupac knew he had to engage the crowd.”
The NFT collection is available for purchase on the official drop page. This is a unique opportunity for hip-hop enthusiasts and collectors to own a piece of history and explore the intersection of physical and digital art. Don’t miss the chance to own a glimpse into the rise of one of the most influential and renowned artists of all time!
MakersPlace is a leading marketplace for NFT digital art that launched in 2018. It leverages blockchain technology to ensure the authenticity and ownership of original digital artwork for creators and collectors. Additionally, as the first NFT marketplace to accept cryptocurrency (ETH) and non-cryptocurrency (USD) payments, MakersPlace has attracted a broad audience.
The platform plays a significant role in popularizing digital art and NFTs. It’s also where the sale of the historic Beeple’s Everydays: The First 5000 Days for $69.3 million took place. Moreover, this collection was in partnership with Christie’s auction house, setting the record for the highest price paid for any digital artwork. The goal of MakersPlace is to enable a vibrant future for digital creativity.