Studio 54 reveals never-before-seen photos and NFT Pixel Art from the Famous Disco Club
Superrare Labs unveiledile the very first non-fungible token (NFT) drop designed by acclaimed photographer Bill Bernstein and legendary Studio 54. The NFT drop features nightlife photographs taken by Bernstein in iconic Studio 54 and Paradise Garage. Additionally, Superrare also unveiled NFT collectibles that feature 8-bit animations from Studio 54 and music from Jitwam, Teymori, and Studio 54 Music.
Studio 54 Lights Up Life nightclub with NFT photos of the Iconic Disco Club and the Paradise Garage
44 years ago Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager opened a nightclub called Studio 54, which started in the height of the American disco trend. In no time at all the club became world famous and stars like Woody Allen, Betty Ford, Calvin Klein, Timothy Leary, Farrah Fawcett, Liza Minnelli, David Bowie, Cher, Rick James and Mick Jagger regularly attended.
"3 AM at Paradise Garage ", photograph by Bill Bernstein.
The club itself closed and in 2020 the company grew into a label called Studio 54 Music and owns a radio station on Sirius XM called Studio54 Radio. Now, the team behind Studio 54 has partnered with the Superrare Non-Fungible Token (NFT) Collectible Marketplace and released a number of unique NFTs. The first drop started with Superrare unveiling four photographs taken by acclaimed photographer Bill Bernstein.
In 1977, the Village Voice sent freelance photographer Bernstein to take candid shots of Studio 54's trends. " The four works include digitized film photographs, collages, multimedia slideshows and contact sheets highlighting never-before-seen shots, "Superrare's announcement details. "To give more context to the golden age of the disco + New York scene between 1977 and 1981.
Studio 54 launches "precise pixel art animations from inside the famous disco club
In addition, Studio 54 and Superrare have launched animations gamex 8 bit NFT video from world famous disco club with special music. NFTs are considered "accurate pixel art animations from inside the famous disco club ". Music related to NFT collectibles comes from two releases from Studio 54's official label, Studio 54 Music. “‘ Night Magic Vol. I; an EP of Studio 54 anthems reimagined and conducted in the studio by modern New York disco mavens [and] "Help Yo Self; a maxi-single by emerging dance music players Jitwam and Teymori. "
Statements sent to Bitcoin.com News from the Studio 54 team highlighted that part of the proceeds from NFT sales of Bill Bernstein will attend the Marsha P. Johnson Institute. A portion of the proceeds from the 8-bit NFT video game animations will benefit the Sound Mind Live (SML) charity. SML's mission is to "bring together forward-thinking musicians, music lovers and organizations to build community and open a dialogue around mental health - harnessing the power of music to catalyze changesocial.
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