Every year PROSPECT 100 uplifts emerging creatives with its design competition and other opportunities, and this year the platform is teaming up amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, to showcase 100 artists’ works in a fundraising NFT collection.
It’s a LiveAid but instead of music, PROSPECT 100 will be fundraising through digital art in a mission to combat the AIDS epidemic. Having already worked with NFT partner FAIR.XYZ last year, raising over $1.7 million to support Ukraine’s armed forces and civilians, the creative platform is linking up with them once again to put in the work.
Together, PROSPECT100, amfAR and FAIR.XYZ have brought together countless creatives to put their own imprint onto an NFT collection, that will then see 100% of its proceeds donated to amfAR. The brief is simple: be inspired by amfAR’s previous work and Pride month.
With so many artists’ submissions, PROSPECT 100 pulled through with a high-profile judging panel, who will pick their 100 favourite submissions to feature in the collection that will be sold. Of that panel, judges include Kate Moss, Kendall Jenner, J Balvin, Peggy Gou, Alton Mason, Jeff Koons and PROSPECT 100 co-founder Millinsky, as well as a few other familiar faces.
Speaking on the project, Alexander Daillance, AKA Millinsky, stated “The company was founded on the idea that design can be used as a force for good and we have been very proud to make this a reality over the past few years”, and this is particularly revolutionary, with it possibly being the most impactful digital art we’ve ever seen.
Submissions are now open on PROSPECT 100’s website until July 9.
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