CPG, or “Crypto Packaged” GOODS have just revealed their first set of artworks from their Pop Collection. It is safe to say that the collection’s unique designs, and high-profile collaborations, have set NFT Twitter on fire!
What are CPG Pop NFTs?
CPG‘s “Pop” collection consists of 2,777 generative ERC-721A NFTs with a full spectrum of rarity and one-of-one tokens. The team will use all proceeds from the collection to improve the member experience of Genesis and Pop members. Additionally, they will also be used to fund the development of product drops.
Art director Stewart Scott-Curran designed “POP”. However, an ensemble of 11 one-of-ones from 11 top artists is also included in the collection. These include Bobby Hundreds, Justin Mezzell and Jaime Derringer.
Drawing inspiration from pop art, the CPG Pop collection features modern interpretations of nostalgic products. Moreover, the artists use a variety of mediums (risograph, 3D models, etc.) to bring their pop-art interpretation to life.
CPG Pop NFT holders enjoy access to Pop chats and “Crypto Packaged” GOODS Incubator; access to Genius Calls, virtual events and IRL meetups as well as to the “Crypto Packaged” GOODS Data Room. Other additional perks include token-permissioned access to upcoming drops; daily digests of top Club CPG content and market reports; allow list raffles; and access to “Crypto Packaged” GOODS bots, dashboards, and WalletWatch feed.
About “Crypto Packaged” GOODS
Venture capitalists Jaime Schmidt and Chris Cantino founded “Crypto Packaged” GOODS as an offshoot of Club CPG. Club CPG began in 2020 as a community group on Clubhouse. However, it grew to a point that led Schmidt and Cantino to build an NFT community.
Crypto Packaged Goods is now a full-fledged Web3 alpha community and incubator. With such exciting drops and community-oriented initiatives, CPG is a community that is here to stay.