Welcome to this NFT collection, Llama Me Baby... Cause Llamas Are Fancy!
Don't you just adore llamas?
You must admit, llamas have style! From their long batting eyelashes to their curly wool, llamas deserve their spotlight as fabulous creatures. Their gentleness and friendliness only add to the allure, not to mention they are wonderful models! I mean—have you seen a llama pose for the camera? They are just fancy!
Here is the first art piece of this unique collection called "Love At Tiffany's", inspired by the "About Love" campaign from Tiffany & Co.
The loving and iconic duo, Jay-Z and Beyoncé, are in a tender embrace.
The famous film, Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961), starring Audrey Hepburn, inspired Beyoncé's dress and hair.
Since the discovery of the diamond in 1877, the timeless piece was only worn by four remarkable women. Audrey Hepburn, American socialite Mrs. E. Sheldon Whitehouse, Lady Gaga, and Beyoncé Knowles. Beyoncé is the first Black woman to ever wear the iconic 128.54-carat yellow Tiffany diamond!
The necklace and all other Tiffany & Co. pieces have come to represent undying love!
The famous photograph of Beyoncé and Jay-Z was taken by photographer Mason Poole.
The photograph also showcases other Tiffany & Co. pieces such as the Apollo Brooch worn by Jay-Z, which was created by Jean Schlumberger who was inspired by electrons circling an atom. The image also captures Jay-Z's wedding ring. A testament to their epic, enduring, true love.
Since I was a child, I have always had a fascination for animation. It was always my dream to become an author and artist and eventually pursue animation. For in the art of animation and cartooning, we can bring life into inanimate objects, nature, and animals. We can create characters, a personality, and stories revolving around things and creatures we don't usually relate to. My favorite childhood films celebrated fabricated forms of life, such as the (1996) Hunchback of Notre Dame's quirky Gargoyles, or the thousands of unique alien species in the vast world of Treasure Planet (2002). And many of you might wonder if it is possible to relate to a chicken, and I shall answer, "Very much so. Have you met the Bladebeak from The Quest for Camelot (1998)?" What about dangerous jungle beasts? And I will retort with the brilliant examples of Tarzan's and Mowgli's adopted parents, the apes and wolves. Because of this type of artistry, we can relate to things that are different from us as we learn that all forms of life have a story, character, and heart. My love for this art has bled into my love for life and all of its facets.
Llamas, just like any animal and creature, are important to the ecosystem, and we should continue to fight to protect all natural wonders!
The collection, Llama Me Baby... Cause Llamas Are Fancy, will continue to reimagine such pieces depicting the most beloved and cherished icons with a llama flair! You can find this collection on Open Sea.