Supremely talented multidisciplinary artist and erstwhile 80s heartthrob, Luke Goss, has embarked on a new project that sees him tackle the lucrative realm of NFTs. Collaborating with movie producer, Peter Luo’s Stars Collective, the team will launch a fine array of animated tokens backed with brand new music.
As most people trundled through the pandemic with synchronized disillusionment, Luke Goss decided to get creative. So, over a period of uncountable lockdowns and unfathomable bureaucracy, the Death Race (reboot) star put together a mighty portfolio of 50 new songs. Then consequently, paired the best of the bunch with his critically acclaimed original paintings while sprinkling in a touch of animation magic to complete the non-fungible experience.
Dubbed “Love and Faith,” the first collection to hit the blockchain features his astounding serigraph painting, “Talitha”. The painting sees the colourful masterpiece accompanied by the tellingly titled track, “You Made Me Who I Am”. This magnificent collection contains 333 museum-quality artistic creations of significant merit, each of which will become available when the Stars Collective NFT platform launches this March. This is adds yet another string to Luke Goss’ already encumbered bow, while showcasing the Bros drummer’s musical and painting mastery.
The entire collection will launch via Peter Luo’s, Stars Collective. A vast organization designed to support a diverse range of creative storytellers while additionally branching into the metaverse to connect with next-gen entertainment. As a result, the platform is exploring NFT collaborations with almost 200 notable filmmakers and artists.