Snuffy would be a name familiar to those in the New York art scene or tattoo world. It might be a new name for the NFT community. Tattooing is not out of the ordinary for NFTs. Scott Campbell aims to immortalise top tattoo designs with NFTs. Multidisciplinary artist Snuffy uses surrealist imagery to show emotion through visual narratives.
With a solid portfolio and years in the business, Snuffy has worked in many fields. This isn’t his first rodeo, having worked with Pete Davidson’s on their Nifty Gateway drop collaboration. He has experience as a creative director for musicians and directing art. Following that, Snuffy also has done merchandising and music videos with the likes of Universal Music Group, Netflix, and Calvin Klein. His experience has set him up with an interesting and personal project.
Snuffy has been collecting every stencil he has tattooed since he started, storing away his prized pieces of art for a rainy day. Thus far, that is 555 stencils. In the beginning, he has no idea why he was saving them but, it all became clear one day. Snuffy decided to scan the stencils one by one and create NFTs out of his artwork. The owners of the original tattoos can collect their pieces on the blockchain. Snuffy opened a submission form back in the fall to allow his past clients the opportunity to reach out and redeem their tattoos as NFTs via the Snuffy 500.
With his connection to the NFT community grower stronger and stronger, it isn’t difficult to see his collection becoming a must-have. Snuffy believes that if you would like one of his tattoos, you will need to own one of his NFTs at some point soon.
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