Danny Cole collaborates with Devotion to debut a new NFT collection called “Splat” featuring 1,000 Tomato soups that can be used to vandalize any NFT inspired by the Van Gogh painting incident.
There’s been an ongoing campaign ‘Just Stop Oil’ by activists as a protest against fossil fuel production worldwide. Recently, two people threw tomato soup on Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” painting.
This incident made headlines because the painting holds historical significance displayed at the National Gallery in London. Inspired by this, Cole decided to create tomato soup for NFTs.
The Tomato soups can be splat on any NFT using the smart contract. Each soup costs 0.05 ETH and only one NFT can be minted per wallet. The splatting will officially begin today at 10:30 PM EST.
To splat soup on your NFT, simply buy the tomato soup can NFT, enter the Can’s token ID, the NFT’s contract address, and the NFT’s token ID on Etherscan. Note that the owner can only splat once.
“We extract the image data of your selected NFT direct from contract (very sneaky),” Wang added. “Then, !SPLAT.”
Splat collection is a unique way of utilizing the latest technology to join the campaign or raise awareness about dangerous oil production around the world to be released on Oct 19.