The city announces its latest digital art collection: City Breaks
Manchester City today announced their fifth collaborative digital art drop, City Breaks, created by Perry Cooper.
Following the success of Manchester City’s existing digital art collections, the upcoming collaboration continues to strengthen the Club’s presence and the collecting community in the NFT space.
“City Breaks” includes five pieces by British 3D animation artist, Perry Cooper, Gym Bag, Moon Dance, It’s in the Bag, On the Road and Precious Cargo. The collection uses travel bags and everyday cases to represent different aspects of Manchester City and the team’s relationship with its fans. “City Breaks” is meant to encompass excitement, commitment, expectations and team history.
As part of the drop, there will be a limited edition collectors raffle featuring a sixth piece of artwork, Holdall Cityzens. Entry will be open to owners of Manchester City or Perry Cooper artwork, and the raffle winners will each receive one of the unique pieces.
The City Breaks collection will land on MakersPlace on Thursday, August 11.
Nuria Tarré, Director of Marketing and Fan Experience at City Football Group, said:
“We are extremely pleased to build on the success of our NFT collections to date with this latest collection, as we continue to showcase the club’s innovative and creative approach while building our reputation as a collaborative and authentic brand in the space. digital art.
“Perry Cooper’s signature style, combined with Manchester City’s intellectual property, has created an exceptional collection of digital artwork and we are very pleased to have been able to collaborate with him on these pieces.”
Craig Palmer, co-founder and CEO of MakersPlace, said:
“Continuing our partnership with Premier League champions Manchester City and renowned artists like Perry Cooper gives us the opportunity to empower digital creators beyond NFT and the art space. It’s a privilege to collaborate with like-minded teams who find innovative ways to present unique digital artworks.”
Perry Cooper, who produced the collection, added:
“I am beyond delighted to have collaborated with Manchester City on this collection. I wanted to capture some of the sights, sounds, feelings and atmosphere of the stands within each of these pieces. I am honored to succeed the other great digital artists Man City have worked with in the past ‘City Breaks’ was so much fun to create and the team at Man City have been great to work with.
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