Che-Yu Wu x White Castle
Doodle Labs Corp, the non-fungible token (NFT) company dedicated to bringing established artists and brands to the blockchain, has announced its latest collaboration with globally-recognized New York artist Irene Mamiye for the upcoming release of the DeCiphers digital collectible drop taking place on April 27.
Doodle Labs Corp, an NFT company dedicated to bringing big-name artists and brands to the blockchain marketplace, collaborated with James Marshall, AKA “Dalek,” a graffiti artist known for his iconic Space Monkey character, and prolific artist duo Generative Artworks to create NEOGEN SPACE MONKEYS, an NFT project that revolves around freedom of movement, which released on February 1. Since the launch of the project on www.doodlelabs.io, they’ve already sold out 5000 mints becoming the latest sought-after NFT.
Today Doodle Labs announced their partnership with renowned artist Dalek and artist duo Generative Artworks. The latest project continues Doodle Labs’ commitment to bringing artists and brands to the blockchain and showcasing their work to the public. The project NEOGEN SPACE MONKEYS, revolves around freedom of movement and the collaboration is set to drop on www.doodlelabs.io in January.
To celebrate a major milestone, White Castle teamed up with Doodle Labs Corp. to create a series of NFTs. Che-Yu Wu, a celebrated media artist, created the collection, which is described as "generative art."
White Castle has teamed with Doodle Labs on a collection of 5,000 nonfungible tokens (NFTs) that commemorate the fast food chain’s 100th anniversary, according to a news release. Brandgenuity, White Castle’s exclusive licensing agency, is managing the rollout of the program.
Legendary graffiti artist Mr. Kaves generated more than $3 million from his first NFT drop, The Family Mooks.