MF Doom’s art with Augmented Reality is a innovative approach to NFTs
MF DOOM, who is one of the most influential hip-hop artists in the game, has teamed up with NFT company Hybrid Assets to create limited-edition augmented reality art that fans can buy.
MF DOOM augmented reality NFT art is going up for auction. This is the second time it has been available for the public to buy. MF DOOM, a self-proclaimed supervillain, has released a rare piece of his artwork on the blockchain.
In addition to MF DOOM’s work, other artists, like Jeff Koons and Roy Lichtenstein are also featured in the project. MF DOOM has teamed up with NFT company Hybrid Assets to create limited-edition augmented reality art that fans can buy.
Augmented Reality is a technology that overlays digital information on the real world. Augmented reality allows people to experience things they would not be able to otherwise. For example, if you want to go to the top of the Empire State Building but cannot take the time off work, then you can see it in augmented reality.
The MF DOOM augmented reality NFT art is called “Sofa King” and was created by MF DOOM in collaboration with New York artist John Sims III and Japanese collective teamLab. What’s so special about this particular piece of art? It’s not just an ordinary painting – the painting brings you into the world of MF.
MF DOOM is a legendary rapper and producer who has been in the hip-hop game since the late 80s. The album cover for his debut album “DOOM” is being sold as an Augmented Reality NFT (non-fungible token) by CryptoPunks. CryptoPunks is an open platform for artists to sell their work in this type of virtual format.