Graffiti Artist Alec Monopoly’s MetaMuseum to Start in The Sandbox

Jamal Molla
Written By Jamal Molla
I write about cryptocurrency, with a special interest in NFT and metaverse in particular.

According to several sources, Graffiti artist Alec Monopoly’s MetaMuseum to Start in The Sandbox is now verified. This emerged one month after Monopoly launched his ‘Rags to Riches’ NFT collection.

The MetaMuseum in The Sandbox is designed to be a convening spot for art lovers. Inside the LAND sector, users can experience contemporary art, events with musical performances by Alec, and access-restricted NFTs.

Alec Monopoly discussed this recently. He claimed, “The Sandbox is the driving force powering the Web3 metaverse, and I’m thrilled to endorse and cooperate with them.” From companions to portraits to my current adventure into Electronic Music, The Sandbox provides several avenues to share my creativity with the universe. “

It will be intriguing to watch how Alec Monopoly’s IRL artwork and NFT art from the ‘Rags to Riches collection will be integrated into the LAND. In another development, FC Barcelona Unveils First Ever NFT in Times Square, NYC. The NFT will showcase the history and legacy of the club since its existence.

Alec Monopoly is a prominent graffiti artist and DJ who was born in New York City and recently moved to Los Angeles six years ago. He is recognized for using the “Mr. Monopoly” avatar in the Monopoly board game.

Several celebrities have purchased his works, including Iggy Azalea, Snoop Dogg, Miley Cyrus, Seth Rogen, Philipp Plein, etc. The artist’s identity, “Alec Monopoly,” is a fake name, which is a mystery to his followers. He frequently wears a facial mask when streaming on social networks to hide his appearance.

Concerning his art career, he is an influencer for Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer. Furthermore, he is a newly-established DJ. His work has amassed an impressive Instagram following of 1.4 million subscribers.

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