NFTs are no longer a new thing. At this point, the world of non-fungible tokens is rapidly expanding to unforeseen categories. We’ve seen a number of highly successful sales and auctions, such as Beeple’s record-breaking sale or Grimes’ digital artworks auction. As digital creators of all kinds are stepping in the completely new market, contemporary artist Krista Kim’s latest project features the first-ever sale of a digital home called the Mars House.
Kim, who is responsible for high-tier collaborations with the likes of Lamborghini and Lanvin, just listed a neon-filled crypto abode filled with sharp, modern furnishings and complementing digitized adornments to boot. Most of the furniture items featured in the home can also be constructed in real life by glass furniture makers in Italy alongside MicroLED screen technology. The artist also teamed up with musician Jeff Schroeder of The Smashing Pumpkins to create an ambient soundtrack inside the virtual home.
“Everyone should install an LED wall in their house for NFT art,” the artist of the Mars House said to Architectural Digest. “This is the future, and Mars House demonstrates the beauty of that possibility.”