Acclaimed deconstructed pop artist Matt Gondek launches Fight Club, latest NFT collection on MakersPlace


NFTs based on Gondek’s Iconic Compositions with Physical Utilities

SAN FRANCISCO, August 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — MakersPlacethe leading marketplace for rare and authentic digital art, announced today Matt Gondek, los Angeles-based pop artist known for his deconstructed paintings and sculptures will release his latest NFT collection, Fight Club. The advance sale continues 18.8 and the official collection will go live September 8, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. ET.

A deconstructive pop artist, Gondek uses his punk rock spirit and playful tone to showcase various iconic cartoon and comic book idols that often explode, melt or fall apart to celebrate rebellion and destruction. His creativity and brilliant artistry have contributed to his sold-out exhibitions around the world, including los Angeles, new York, Parisand Hong Kong Mediation of his hyper-bright acrylic paintings.

Gondek’s Fight Club NFTs bring to life his iconic compositions of custom-painted baseball bats. The NFT Collection consists of 280 tokens which are images of physical 1 of 1 custom painted baseball bats.

Five NFTs will be sold as a special pre-sale promotion. These pre-sale items are the only way for collectors to keep the NFT and receive both physical redemption items – a signed, hand-decorated print of their NFT and the physical bat featured in their NFT. These items will be available in an auction format with a reserve price of $2,000.

The Main Collection NFTs are released as a Mystery Box purchase with a fixed price of $1,500 where collectors must choose between two mutually exclusive physical usage options:

  • Submit the NFT to a Burn Wallet and receive the corresponding handcrafted physical club
  • Hold the NFT and receive a hand embellished print signed by Matt Gondek

To celebrate this launch and presale, MakersPlace, Matt Gondek and the Taglialatella Gallery will co-host an inaugural event to showcase its iconic collection. The party is on August 18, 2022 in the Taglialatella Gallery in NYC out 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ET. guests can meet Matt Gondek and experience his deconstructed images in person. The gallery will host a week-long exhibition following the opening event. Interested collectors can view the five pre-sale NFTs and their corresponding physical bats that will be auctioned at the event, 20 special collectible bats that will be sold privately by the gallery, and an infinite object wall displaying a variety of NFTs from the collection . The exhibition expires Friday, 08/19 through Friday, 08/26.

“I’m really excited to release Fight Club to a whole new audience and to offer my fans an experience unlike any of my other compositions. I’m honored to work with a leading platform like MakersPlace that understands my vision and can help translate my spirit and purpose of creativity.” – said Matt Gondek.

“We are very proud to be partners Matt Gondek to bring his visual and creative spirit to life. His passion for breaking traditional art norms is inspiring, and his ability to cultivate a celebration of rebellion and destruction captivates audiences worldwide. said Craig Palmer, CEO of MakersPlace. “We are honored to be part of his journey to bring his iconic compositions to the digital world and to make NFT projects like this an experience for all.”

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Around Matt Gondek

Matt Gondek is a renowned deconstructed pop artist based in los Angeles. Gondek’s paintings and sculptures are in high demand, with a growing number of sold-out exhibitions around the world including los Angeles, new York, Paris and Hong Kong. Usually painted on canvas with hyper-bright acrylic paint, the deconstructed pop art paintings depict various cartoon and comic characters, often exploding, melting, or falling apart. Gondek has been covered multiple times by Graffiti Art publications such as Hypebeast, Complex and the cover of the 2019 Urban Contemporary Art Guide.

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About MakersPlace

MakersPlace is the leading NFT marketplace for digital art. Launched in 2018, MakersPlace uses blockchain technology to facilitate the sale of authentic, original digital artworks, ensuring rarity and ownership for both creators and collectors. MakersPlace has prioritized accessibility since its inception and became a major mainstream as the first NFT marketplace to accept both cryptocurrency (ETH) and non-cryptocurrency (USD) payments, facilitated by crypto wallet/credit card transactions respectively -crowd attracted. MakersPlace helped catapult digital art and NFTs onto the global stage with the historic sale of Beeple’s Everydays: The First 5000 Days $69.3 million in partnership with the auction house Christie’s in March 2021 – the record price for any digital artwork. Our mission is simple: to enable a vibrant future for digital creativity.

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