Author : Mark
Date : Jan 10,2023
The six Rolls-Royce Phantoms, according to Jaffrey, "will each embody the spirit of the primeval force."
Six hand-painted cars with their NFTs will be made available from Rolls-Royce Motor, a British luxury car manufacturer, and Sacha Jaffrey, a well-known modern artist. "Six Elements" is a set of six Phantom Extended Series II vehicles. The well-known piece of art "Journey of Humanity" by Jaffrey also had an impact on the paintings.
Important details on Sacha Jaffrey NFTs and Rolls-Royce are provided below:
Sacha Jaffrey and Rolls-Royce worked together on the Phantom Extended Series II.
In order to create the Phantom "The Six Elements," Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Dubai and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Abu Dhabi worked together. Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II cars with original Sacha Jaffrey Gallery paintings on them. Additionally, one of the five elements—earth, water, fire, and wind—had an impact on each artwork. Between now and then, humanity will be the sixth component.
Together with Sacha Jaffrey, Rolls-Royce hopes to raise $1 million for good causes. The squad has not chosen a charity as of the time of publication. But Rolls-Royce said they will give to groups that put a focus on sustainability, education, and health.
The six Rolls-Royce Phantoms, according to Jaffrey, "will each embody the spirit of the primeval force." The "Six Elements" color scheme was inspired by the idea that the artistic process begins and finishes with passion and intention. Humanity itself, along with Earth, Fire, Air, Water, and Air, is a "new element." By adding, the essence of existence is improved.
What is the NFT project called "Rolls-Royce That Keeps Giving"?
Rolls-Royce will introduce "The Six Elements," an NFT initiative, at the same time as the Phantom. The project, named "Rolls-Royce That Keeps on Giving," comprises of six NFTs with flythrough animations. Each NFT is distinct and associated with six Phantoms. Owners of NFT can still sell their tokens on their own.
In particular, Rolls-Royce will give the chosen charity 20% of the proceeds from each NFT sale. This collection's goal is to help nonprofits continue to make money through NFTs, as its name implies.
British modern artist Sacha Jaffrey is well recognized for his large paintings that draw attention to the world's humanitarian issues. In 2021, his "Journey of Humanity" painting brought in around €58 million. Its sale made history and was the second-most expensive living artist's work ever to be sold at auction.
Jafri broke the massive picture into 70 pieces and sold them at auction for a combined sum of 1,595.76 square meters. André Abdoune, a businessman from Dubai who is French-Algerian, bought the products.
Currently, Sacha Jaffrey and Rolls-Royce are working together on a project that will change the world. Cesar Habib said, "Art and workmanship are converted into a deep, breathless representation of substance and significance through a cooperation between Rolls-Royce dealer partners in the UAE and a modern artist beyond comparison." Habib is the Middle East and Africa Regional Director for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.