Do you remember Pixelmon? The absolute monster of 3D rendered characters that seem straight out of a fever dream? Whether you’re an avid NFT buyer or just a meme fanatic, Kevin’s horrifying face and his hideous banana palms have plagued the web since Pixelmon’s era 1 was released.
The infamous Kevin
After collecting more than $70 million in gross sales from number one, the crew demanded guarantees to refurbish the paintings. But, as you may have seen, those guarantees have by no means come to fruition.
Someone owes Kevin an apology…
But in the end, the web always wins. Kevin’s “chewed gum” frame and a decision on our look left the audience in astonishment laughing as Kevin’s memes filled the web. As Kevin’s recognition peaked, so did gross sales. Those lucky enough to get their hands on a Kevin all over mint may be able to re-promote him for only about $24,000. Right now, the land value for an excellent Kevin is 2.8 ETH. (sort of $8,000) With past sales remaining about 48 hours.
although with no activity and their Twitter, damaged warranties and failed artwork, the project takes on the type of every other failed project that scammed their group with their money. But those who are able to take advantage of the ill-depicted Kevin’s exposure seem to hold no grudges with one of Pixelmon’s failed attempts to sort out their NFT collection.
The buoyancy of NFTs has resulted in beautiful works by many artists similar to World Of Women, BAYC, and Beeple’s infamous works that are in a league of their own. NFTs have evolved from “useless JPEGs” to companies and artists internationally through numerous refinements and application developments. However, it’s the ones like our darling Kevin that give you the group with longer-term hope: motive if Kevin could make it… all of us.