Superrear Labs has released the first non-fungible token (NFT) drop made by renowned photographer Bill Bernstein and Legendary Studio 54. In addition, Superre has also unveiled the NFT Museum which showcases Studio 54’s 8-bit animation and music from Jitwam, Timory and Studio 54 music.
Studio 54 illuminates the nightlife with NFT photos from the iconic disco club and paradise garage
44 years ago, Steve Rubel and Ian Schreger launched a nightclub called Studio 54, which was at the top of the American disco trend. In a short time, the club became world famous, and stars such as Woody Allen, Betty Ford, Calvin Klein, Timothy Leary, Farah Fawcett, Liza Minelli, David Bowie, Cher, Rick James, and Mick Jagger appeared regularly.
The club closed on its own, and in 2020 the company expanded to a record label called Studio 5 Music Music, and Sirius XM has a radio station called Studio 5 Radio. Now the team behind Studio 54 has teamed up with non-fungible tokens (NFT) collectible marketplace superheroes and released several unique NFTs. The first drop began with the unveiling of four photographs by the famous photographer Bill Bernstein.
In 1977, Village Voice sent freelance photographer Bernstein to take a clear picture of Studio 54’s trend. “The four works include digitized film photographs, collages, mixed media slideshows, and contact sheets that have never been seen before, giving further context to the golden age of disco + New York City scenes between 1977-1981.”
Studio 54 Drops ‘Accurate Pixel Art Animation Inside Famous Disco Club’
In addition, Studio 54 has launched NFT 8-bit video game animation from the world-famous disco club with special music on the superstar. NFTs are considered “accurate pixel art animation of the interior of famous disco clubs”. The music with NFT Collectible stems from two releases from Studio 54’s official record label, Studio 54 Music. “‘Night Magic Volume I;’ is an EP remade of Studio 54 Anthem and led to the studio by modern New York City Disco Maven [and] Help yourself; ‘A maxi-single by emerging dance musicians Jitwam and Teymouri.
A statement from the Studio54 team sent to Bitcoin.com News emphasized that part of the proceeds from Bill Bernstein’s NFT sale would go to the Marshall P. Johnson Institute. A portion of the proceeds from the NFT 8-bit video game animation will benefit Sound Mind Live (SML) charity. SML’s mission is to “bring together musicians, music lovers, and pioneer think-organizations and build communities and harness the power of music to inspire open conversation-social change around mental health.”
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