Apparently, the upcoming project will drop on the Coinbase NFT marketplace. Announcing the news on Twitter yesterday, April 10, Claire said she is “honoured” to partner with the basketball team.
“Now that I’ve signed the contract, excited to announce I’ve been asked by the Chicago Bulls to design an NFT for their Coinbase collection,” Claire Silver tweeted. “Am honored to represent AI-collaborative art while exploring the aesthetics of their iconic logo.”
Claire is famous for her works that she created in collaboration with artificial intelligence. Apart from AI, she also works with oil, acrylic, digital illustration, collage, photography, and more.
Actually, Claire Silver is not the only artist Chicago Bulls is collaborating with. Several top NFT artists have announced they have partnered with the team for their upcoming Coinbase NFT collection. For instance, Iranian-American NFT Artist, Sabet tweeted they are “excited to announce this news.”
Meanwhile, visual artist, Efdot and artist, musician, and animator, PROBCAUSE are some of the other collaborating artists. The latter tweeted that they are “excited” about the partnership with the Chicago Bulls to “create a collection of NFTs alongside some of the most talented artists in Chicago!”
However, Chicago Bulls is yet to make any official announcement.
This is not Chicago Bulls’ first stint with NFTs. Back in July 2021, the team dropped its first official NFT collection, called The Chicago Bulls Legacy Collection. What’s more, all the NFTs in the collection sold out within minutes. The collection features six unique designs, showcasing the team’s iconic six World Championship rings. They are available in three distinct tiers of rarity and you can buy them on their official secondary NFT marketplace.