- The new release features two physical art prints and two digital NFTs.
- Both prints measure 8.5 x 11 inches and are printed on 290 GSM fine art paper.
- This is a rare chance for the public to take home a piece of art from BAYC with Rolling Stone’s stamp of approval.
Some big news is that Rolling Stone’s and Bored Ape Yacht Club’s second association on a new NFT collaboration.
The news release has two physical art prints and two digital NFTs to be auctioned on OpenSea. Created exclusively for the release, both the pieces will allow fans as well as collectors to possess something not only from one of the most prominent digital art collectives but also from one of the most historical magazines.
Talking the first fine art print, it features the iconic Bored Ape in his private paradise. In the illustration, Curtis can be seen lounging on the dock of the Bored Ape Clubhouse with a ukulele in hand and dreams of nautical adventures swirling around his head.
The second art print is a collaboration with Mutant Ape Yacht Club. It features the daredevil ape escaping from a mutant slime volcano on his motorcycle, outrunning and outwitting the barreling plume of lava behind him.
Apart from the collector’s-edition prints, two digital NFTs will be auctioned on OpenSea. The NFTs will feature the iconic Rolling Stone logo and unique BAYC/MAYC artwork. The winners of the two 1-of-1 NFT auctions will be awarded the associated collector’s item signed by the founders of Yuga Labs, the creators of Bored Ape Yacht Club, the artist, and the CEO of Rolling Stone.
The Rolling Stone x Bored Ape Yacht Club collaboration is now live and open to all. The fine art print is priced for $100 in ApeCoin and will be available for four hours, from 9 am-1 pm ET. According to BAYC, payment processing can take up to 60 minutes.
Bored Ape Yacht Club has announced through an official tweet:
Our new collab with @RollingStone is live and open to all! You’ve got 4 hours to shop the prints and 3 days to bid on the two 1/1 NFTs on @opensea. Print shop link, auction link, and details in 🧵— please only use the direct links posted here— Bored Ape Yacht Club (@BoredApeYC) June 22, 2022